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Good for Enterprise

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Description

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:

Email
• 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

Calendar
•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

Contacts
•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

Additional Features
•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 iphonebeta@good.com.

What's New in Version 3.0.4

Critical bug fixes

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Customer Reviews

Not good, not horrible

I can agree with many of the reviewers here that this isn’t the most sophisticated application and it does have a lot of room for improvement from a feature set prospective. However it works well enough to be able to read and respond to emails on a mobile device and to update and check your calendar.

I did notice that there are a lot of complaints about password functionality and security. This has NOTHING to do with the app itself. These problems are occurring because the IT team administering the backend of the application has set up the security like that. You can get very granular with the backend configuration on the server side and its 100% up to you IT team if your even required to have a password, much less the complexity. That has nothing to do with Good.

The only issue from a technical prospective that I have run into is when you push out policy to lock down the phones (such as password requirements, etc.) when the app is uninstalled those settings remain in place and the user is unable to change them after without wiping and resetting the phone back to factory settings. That is something to keep in mind if you have a lot of BYOD users.

Too many inconsistencies

There are too many simple things that they just cannot seem to get right.

Take as just one glaring example the indicators of how many unread messages you have. The app icon on the phone's home screen may say you have X unread messages while once you open the app (but before logging in) the app says you have Y unread messages. Then once you log in to check your messages the app shows you actually have Z unread messages (or maybe none at all). Unfortunately, this three way discrepancy is the norm rather than the exception! And, this situation has persisted for multiple iterations of the software.

There are several other very basic things they just can't seem to get right too. If they can't get the simple stuff right, why does anyone (other that corporate IT, who has completely bought into this app) believe they are getting the more critical details correct?

A few more improvements

I like the app quite a bit, but two things it really needs:
We use Cisco phone systems and when I get a voicemail it sends us an email with the message as an attachment. When I play the voicemail through GFE it plays through the phone speakers. I have to either let the world hear it, or plug in headphones. Need the ability for the audio to be played through the phone earpiece as an option.
2. Allow me to see calendars of other people in my organizations contact list. I can see mine, and when I set a meeting it evaluates their busy status as an invitee, but I'd like to be able to open another persons calendar to view.

Good for Enterprise
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • Free
  • Category: Business
  • Updated:
  • Version: 3.0.4
  • Size: 33.1 MB
  • Languages: English, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus.

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