Good Technology's Enterprise app for Windows Phone releasing soon
We reported a few weeks ago that Good Technologies was planning on releasing their Secure Enterprise Messaging app for Windows Phone in a deal with Microsoft giving business users a new tool in their arsenal.
This morning Good is evidently alerting users that their app should be hitting the Marketplace in the next 24 hours:
That's some good news (morning pun!).
As we previously mentioned, Windows Phone has not been the strongest contender for enterprise even with Exchange support. Giving companies the additional option of having Good Technology on board in combination with the extremely popular Nokia Lumia 900 seems like a win-win for Microsoft in getting their mobile OS the attention it deserves and a nod to enterprise.
The full feature set for the Good for Enterprise™ Windows Phone® app is listed after the break. We'll keep you posted when it goes live in the Marketplace.
Thanks, WPMan, for the heads up
Good for Enterprise™ Windows Phone® Key Features included in this release:
- Email push notifications
- Message synchronization status bar
- Folder subscription with email history
- Type-down Addressing to select email address
- Move messages between folders
- Filter messages by unread, flag or Urgent
- Flag for follow-up
- View image attachments
- Search email folders
- Bulk email/move/delete
- Out of office auto-reply
- Customize email signature
- Calendar reminder notifications
- Show meeting as free/busy/tentative/OOO
- Busy-meter in month view
- Corporate directory lookup
- Add, edit and delete Contacts
- Search Personal and Directory Contacts
- Pin up to 9 favorite Contacts
New feature updates to the first release of Good for Enterprise – Windows Phone will be available in the near future! Stay tuned!
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