Good Technology, Inc. develops and provides secure and managed enterprise mobility software solutions. The company offers Good Dynamics, a mobile application platform that enables enterprise developers and ISVs to create secure mobile applications; Good for Enterprise that allows clients to provide secure access to enterprise data and applications to mobile workers; and Good for Government to provide security, visibility, and manageability to mobile deployments used for critical communications with constituents, vendors, and other agencies. The company also offers Good Vault that extends two-factor authentication and secure/multipurpose Internet mail extension email signing and encryption to...
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Founded in 1999
MobileIron Announces Very Favorable Jury Verdict in Patent Case with Good Technology
Aug 5 15
MobileIron announced a very favorable jury verdict in its patent case with Good Technology. The jury: upheld MobileIron's Enterprise App Store patent, U.S. Patent No. 8,359,016, as valid; held that two of Good Technology's patents are invalid; held that MobileIron's products do not infringe any of the Good Technology patents in the case; rejected Good Technology's Lanham Act claim for false advertising; and awarded no damages to either side. Three of Good Technology's Patents Invalidated " one by court and two by jury In a summary judgment order shortly before the trial commenced, the court invalidated Good Technology's Patent No. 6,151,606, which Good has said covers a workspace data manager to synchronize data on a smartphone. This patent was the centerpiece of past Good/Visto lawsuits against Microsoft, BlackBerry (formerly Research in Motion), and others. In trial, the jury further held that two additional Good Technology patents were invalid as obvious: Good Technology's Patent No. 8,012,219 covering a technique of selective wipe, and Patent No. 7,970,386 focusing on certain device monitoring technologies. None of these three patents can now be asserted against any other vendor, pending appeal. Finally, the jury also rejected Good Technology's Lanham Act claim that certain communications from a MobileIron salesperson contained false or misleading statements about Good's products, holding instead that the statements in question were not false or misleading. On Good Technology's one patent that survived invalidation by the jury, Patent No. 7,702,322 which covers a particular implementation of software distribution, the jury found that MobileIron's products did not infringe. The jury also held that MobileIron's products did not infringe the two Good Technology patents that it invalidated. In addition, Good's product was held not to infringe MobileIron's patent.
Good Technology Delivers First Hardware-Protected Trusted User Interface and Secure Key Storage for Enterprise Mobility Management
Apr 21 15
Good Technology announced the first Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) and secure key storage for enterprise mobility management (EMM). The Good TEE solution is based on a standard being adopted by Android handset manufacturers that enables hardware key protection for higher security and greater ease of use on a broad range of Android devices. By partnering with cybersecurity expert Intercede, Good is adding hardware backed security capability to all Android Good-secured apps, including Good apps as well as more than 1,600 partner and customer applications developed on the Good Dynamics® Secure Mobility Platform. The Good Trusted Execution Environment offers a single solution for a range of Android devices, including personal smartphones and tablets being brought into the enterprise.
Good Technology and Vmware Announce Cross-License Agreement
Apr 15 15
Good Technology, Inc. and VMware, Inc. announced that they have entered into an agreement that resolves all pending litigation between Good and VMware, including VMware's subsidiary, AirWatch LLC. While the full terms of the agreement are confidential, the parties have agreed to a long-term patent portfolio cross-license agreement and to discuss opportunities for joint interoperability that could benefit their mutual customers.