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Monterey Credit Union Accelerates Mobile Productivity and Ensures Compliance with Good Technology

Good for Enterprise Enables Mid-Market Financial Services Provider to Deliver Enterprise-class Mobile Security Across Organization

SUNNYVALE, Calif., Aug. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Good Technology™, the leader in secure mobility, today announced that Monterey Credit Union (MontereyCU) is using Good for Enterprise® (GFE) across multiple mobile operating system platforms to meet stringent requirements for securing member and financial information, while enabling employees to work more productively.

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MontereyCU's executives and managers routinely work remotely and need to stay connected while visiting branches, meeting with members and conducting business on-the-go. At the same time, MontereyCU's IT department is responsible for ensuring the company is meeting the stringent security requirements set forth internally and by financial regulators. By using Good for Enterprise, employees can search, read and compose emails, review contacts and manage tasks remotely, improving productivity while also protecting corporate data with end-to-end mobile security. Good's next-generation containerization technology provides a secure perimeter around the business applications on users' devices, ensuring corporate data stays encrypted and under IT's control, while ensuring end-user privacy and leaving the employee's personal data untouched.

"Good for Enterprise is an essential part of our strategy to enable employees to be more efficient while protecting information to meet strict regulatory compliance," said Andrew Bono, senior network administrator and information security officer at MontereyCU. "In addition to the productivity benefits we're realizing, Good has a turnkey approach with minimal setup and no need to invest in additional expensive equipment, which aligned with our budget and will allow us to adapt and scale as we grow."

MontereyCU has a mixed deployment strategy, with both bring-your-own-device (BYOD) and company-owned devices in place across their organization. Good for Enterprise gives IT the flexibility to control devices and tailor the user experience based on different user profiles and functions, allowing MontereyCU to deliver secure mobility to a much broader group of management and staff that were asking to use their own devices at work. The coupling of Good's cross-platform solution and secure containerization model allowed MontereyCU to put mobile productivity into the hands of more users, without infringing on the rest of the device experience and without compromising on data security.

MontereyCU also turned to Good for Enterprise for a secure mobility solution that harnesses a cloud-based deployment model. With minimal setup, MontereyCU was able to place servers behind firewalls, ultimately allowing them to focus on their core business without worrying about the availability or security of their mobile infrastructure.

"One of Good's biggest differentiators is the superior service built into each and every product. Good's customer support isn't just 'good'…it's 'great.' Completing the migration of the Good server was easy, thanks to the all-hours customer support I received and Good's well-written documentation," added Bono.

"Across industries, we're seeing a heightened focus on secure mobility and regulatory compliance," said Andy Jacques, senior vice president of worldwide sales at Good Technology. "Monterey Credit Union is part of a rapidly growing list of organizations who are realizing that with the right end-to-end secure mobility solution, they can still meet stringent security requirements while transforming the way they do business with mobile at the same time."

Good for Enterprise is a cross-platform solution that works across iOS, Android and Windows Phone devices, and is the only cross-platform mobile collaboration solution for iOS and Android to achieve Common Criteria EAL4+ certification.  Good for Enterprise is a part of the Good Collaboration Suite, which also includes Good Share, Good Connect and Good Access.

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Karen Reynolds
Good Technology Corporation
430 N. Mary Avenue, Suite 200
Sunnyvale, CA 94085
Phone: +1 (415) 606-6708
Email: [email protected]

About Good Technology 
Good Technology is the leader in secure mobility, providing the leading secure mobility solution for enterprises and governments worldwide, across all stages of the mobility lifecycle. Good's comprehensive, end-to-end secure mobility solutions portfolio consists of a suite of collaboration applications, a secure mobility platform, mobile device management, unified monitoring, management and analytics and a third-party application and partner ecosystem. Good has more than 5,000 customers in 184 countries, including more than 50 of the FORTUNE 100™ companies. Learn more at

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