Good for Enterprise
By Good Technology, Inc.
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Good for Enterprise App Store Description
IMPORTANT NOTE: Good for Enterprise® is a comprehensive mobility solution delivered to you by your organization. Please contact your IT administrators to better understand which capabilities have been enabled for your particular environment.
Good for Enterprise® securely manages data and devices and accelerates day one employee productivity with secure email, calendar information, contacts details, browser access, tasks management, and document data. Good for Enterprise increases employee productivity without compromising security, employee privacy or the personal user experience on the device. From a single application, employees can access corporate email, calendar, Intranets, documents, an enterprise app catalog and more. It also integrates mobile device management (MDM) and mobile application management (MAM) capabilities, giving IT complete visibility and control of the mobile deployment.
For employees, Good for Enterprise lets you work when and where you need to. Get more done with mobile access to critical business applications and information. Because Good for Enterprise cleanly separates personal and business data, your personal content stays private. You can freely use native device features and personal apps while complying with corporate security requirements.
For corporate IT, Good for Enterprise protects corporate data in motion, in use and at rest using government grade encryption. With a unique container-based approach, it allows IT to set granular security policies at the application level, such as strong password requirements and control of data sharing with other Good-secured apps or cloud-based services. IT can also remote wipe or lock corporate data while preserving personal information.
End user features include:
• Improve collaboration by easily composing or replying to messages
•Find specific emails by sorting or filtering message by date, sender, subject, priority, unread and flag
•Improve responsiveness by viewing, editing and sending attachments
•Speed-up decisions by taking and sending pictures from meetings or job sites
•Manage your Inbox by flagging emails for follow-up
•Access all your emails with the personal subfolder sync
•Set out-of-office auto-reply from anywhere
•Improve efficiency by scheduling meetings anywhere, anytime
•Reduce scheduling headaches with free/busy look-up
•Simplify joining conference calls with one-touch conference dialing
•Prepare for meetings by reviewing meeting attachments
•Reply to meeting invitations as accept, decline or tentative
* Reply, Reply-all and forward
•Search for contacts in personal contacts and corporate directory
•View map and driving directions with a single touch
Tasks / To Dos
•Stay Organized with real-time sync of Tasks or ToDos
•Create, view and edit Tasks or ToDo items, including due date and priority
•Access Intranets and other web-based apps with an integrated browser
•Save and access documents and photos in a secure file repository
•Personalize your experience with a customizable navigation bar
•Integration with other Good® and Good-secured mobile apps
Want to connect with other Good users? Join the Good Community, (https://community.good.com/welcome). It’s a great resource for Good mobile users and IT administrators to connect and share tips and experience.
Got feedback or a feature suggestion? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What's New in Version 2.8.1
Security Enhancement to address HTML Injection issue (CVE-2014-4925)
Hard to believe my employer pays for this
Good is awful. If you have an alternative, up to and including smoke signals, you should use that.
It is unmercifully slow, and your email will only load if you have the crispest of cellular connections (but often fails to tell you when it failed to refresh). The functionality is more limited than my late-2000's BlackBerry. Search in email text? Nope. Auto-fill email addresses? Limited only to your personal contacts. See recipients' free/busy calendars? Forget it. Reschedule an existing meeting? You can do it, but you still can’t see everyone’s free/busy time, and you’ll never trust that Good actually sent it anyway.
Like most, I’m forced to use this app by my company. And the app also seems to know I have no choice and it taunts me. It is constantly popping reminders for meetings that were deleted/cancelled. I can’t delete it again, Good. The developers also taunt me by referring to ‘conversation view’ and ‘starting the week on Monday’ as “new features.”
Somehow Good also convinced my company to implement some mobile apps in Good’s “secure browser.” It is so brutally slow that I have given up on it entirely and gone back to pulling out my laptop for such tasks.
Looking forward to the next release, guys. Maybe in the next version, when I set my out-of-office reply on the app, it will actually show up in Outlook.
Notifications unreliable, password woes
The badge app icon is always wrong. You can't set up notifications for new emails, like every other email app in the world. Email syncing upon opening the app is clunky - you have to wait while emails fly on and off the inbox as the app gets up to speed, because apparently it can't continuously communicate with the server in the background, even if you have the app running in the background. No Touch ID support, which is much-needed since you're forced to have a password (despite my phone itself having one). If your phone settings are such that a password/fingerprint is required immediately after it locks, and it locks after 60 seconds, as mine does, this app should not also require a password. Obviously you've proven yourself by unlocking the phone in the first place. I'm also not allowed to have it on my iPad - we can only register one device (why?). I'm sure no one would use this app if not forced into it by their employer. It's the most behind-the-times app on my phone. iPhone 6 support is the only respectable attribute.
Slow, doesn't update, but I have no other choice
The Good app is the only app my work lets you access emails and your calendar from your phone. The app is terrible. While great in concept and can come in handy, it is extremely slow to update calendar invites and especially emails. Time and time again you scroll down from your inbox to update emails, in which it will clearly state afterwards "updated as of xx/xx/xxxx date," as you stare at emails days old that you know aren't recent. Doesn't update subfolder inbox emails unless you continually go into that folder... And then you get the same ussr above where you know the emails aren't updated. I will say the calendar is the best feature of the app, along with the meeting reminder messages. And I like the fact that you can pull up your company's master email address box when you want to email someone. Okay... I guess I just talked myself into changing my rating from one star to two. Please fix the email delay issue. That would be great.
- Category: Business
- Updated: Feb 03, 2015
- Version: 2.8.1
- Size: 20.9 MB
- Languages: English, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish
- Seller: Good Technology
- ©2009-2013 Good Technology. All rights reserved.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus.