Wireless handheld computing software and service provider Good Technology has announced that key components of its GoodLink and GoodAccess technologies will be integrated into future HP iPaq handhelds.
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To complement its Worldwide Mobility Initiative for 2005, HP plans to include client technology for Good’s wireless messaging system, GoodLink, and the newly announced platform for developing and deploying mobile enterprise applications, GoodAccess, on future HP iPaqs.
The HP iPaq, GoodLink and GoodAccess combination aims to keep mobile professionals connected to their mission-critical applications at the point of business.
“We are extremely pleased to partner with HP, a dominant force in mobile computing, to deliver more choice to mobile professionals in need of an integrated voice and data connectivity tool,” said Sue Forbes, marketing vice-president at Good.
“GoodLink and GoodAccess give customers a secure, easy-to-use, end-to-end solution for staying connected to e-mail, Oracle, Salesforce.com, Siebel and other applications they rely on to do business.”
Good currently offers GoodLink and GoodAccess for the HP iPaq h6315 Pocket PC. As HP introduces its next series of HP iPaq Mobile Messenger handhelds this year, customers will be able to deploy GoodLink and GoodAccess faster and seamlessly by taking advantage of the bundled hardware and software.