Mobility solution provider Good Technology on Wednesday announced secure solutions for web apps for Windows.
The new offerings are Good Work and Good Access. The first one is secure email and collaboration application and the second is secure browser.
“As the diversity of end-point computing platforms continues to increase, enterprise customers demand the ability to deploy and manage new devices rapidly with government grade security and scalability,” said Christy Wyatt, chairman and CEO at Good Technology.
Good Technology said its suite of EMM solutions solves this need with a set of secure collaboration apps that can be used on almost any platform including Android, Android Gear, iOS, Apple Watch and Windows.
Good Access for Windows further enhances this solution by providing a secure environment for deployment of HTML5 apps. Good Access secures corporate web apps in containers, ensuring data never leaves enterprise control while providing a rich user experience including the first HTML5 offline access in a secure browser for Windows.
IT can confidently enable access to a broad range of web apps and more quickly develop additional apps knowing that corporate data will be secure.
“With Windows 10, Microsoft is smartly unifying its approach across various devices and form factors,” said Nick McQuire, vice president, enterprise at CCS Insight.
“By doing so, enterprise IT departments will need to carefully consider how to manage their full fleet of Windows devices in a manner similar to other mobile devices, regardless of the device format used by the employee or contractor.”
Regarding the availability, the company said Good Access for Windows is available in beta immediately. Good Work for Windows will be available in beta later this year.
Additionally, the company expanded its enterprise mobility management solution to Windows at the 2015 Good Exchange Cyber Security Summit.
Separately, the company said South Tyneside NHS Foundation Trust will improve the quality of its mobile health services with the help of Good Technology.
The Trust is implementing the Good Collaboration Suite to securely mobilize vital content and applications. Eventually, the Trust will enable 1,000 community care staff to deliver more effective integrated care and services to patients at their homes or at hospital.