Good Technology (established in 1996) is a mobile security solutions provider headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, United States. The company serves more than 6,000 organizations worldwide in industries such as financial services, healthcare, manufacturing, energy and utilities, legal, government, and technology. Good makes products for managing and securing mobile data and devices in a business environment.
Today’s Good Technology is a continuation of the company as founded in 2000, but also of internet pioneer Visto, founded in 1996, which acquired and assumed the name of Good Technology in 2009. Good Technology holds the longest track record for innovation in secure mobility, with more than 270 patents granted or pending, and many prestigious industry awards.
Good Technology has continued to expand its portfolio through corporate acquisitions, including Intercasting Corporation (May 2009), Copiun (2012), AppCentral (2012), BoxTone (2014), Fixmo (2014) and Macheen (2014).
Good’s comprehensive solution consists of a secure mobility platform, mobile device management, mobile service management, a suite of collaboration applications, and a broad third-party application and partner ecosystem.
The Good Dynamics Secure Mobility Platform serves as a foundation for the Good Collaboration Suite, and also for the Good Mobile Alliance ISV Ecosystem, in which independent developers create and distribute apps of their own leveraging Good’s leading security framework.
Part of the Good Dynamics Secure Mobility Platform, Good’s mobile service management provides organizations with real-time end-to-end visibility and efficient support by proactively monitoring multiple mobile services through a ‘single pane of glass’ including Good for Enterprise, Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync, BlackBerry and messaging proxy services.
The Good Collaboration Suite includes Good for Enterprise, Good Share, Good Connect and Good Access secure mobile apps. These apps simplify access to email, calendar, contacts, tasks, instant messaging, browsing and document sharing, and are built using Good’s next-gen containerization model that enables secure data sharing and app-level encryption independent of the device used.
Good for Enterprise, the core component of the Collaboration Suite, provides a strict separation between personal and corporate content, allowing both to coexist on an employee's device without compromising security.
In September 2013 the company’s Good for Enterprise (GFE) solution became the first cross-platform mobile collaboration solution to achieve Common Criteria Evaluation Assurance Level 4 Augmented (EAL4+) and the only containerized solution to meet this level of security certification on either iOS or Android.
Other recognition includes: * Good Technology is a Leader in Gartner’s EMM Suites Magic Quadrant for the 4th consecutive year (2014) * Good Technology is a Leader in Forrester's EMM Wave (2014) * Good Technology is a Leader in IDC's EMM Marketscape (2014) * Good Technology is a Leader in Aragon's EMM Globe (2014)
Visto acquired Good Technology in 2009 and renamed itself as the acquired company.
Funding Rounds (11) - $310.3MUpdate
|Date||Amount / Round||Valuation||Lead Investor||Investors|
|Sep, 2014||$80M / Private Equity||—||—||0|
|Jun, 2014||undisclosed amount / Secondary Market||—||—||1|
|Apr, 2014||undisclosed amount / Venture||—||—||2|
|Feb, 2014||$5M / Venture||—||—||0|
|Dec, 2013||$65M / Private Equity||—||—||7|
|Jun, 2013||undisclosed amount / Secondary Market||—||Founders Circle Capital||1|
|Apr, 2013||$50M / Series E||—||—||4|
|Jan, 2007||undisclosed amount / Debt Financing||—||—||1|
|Oct, 2006||$51.3M / Private Equity||—||—||4|
|May, 2004||$45M / Series D||—||Oak Investment Partners||13|
|Oct, 2002||$14M / Series B||—||—||0|
Current Team (15)Update
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|Jun 10, 2016||Network Asia - BlackBerry unveils single console for mobility management|
|Jun 8, 2016||CIO Australia - BlackBerry unveils single console for mobility management|
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