Thursday, September 20, 2012

Good Technology debuts new BYOD services for speedier migrations

Good Technology is rolling out two new services designed to deal with the prevalent BYOD (bring your own device) issue, but the motivation behind the solutions might be more telling.

Image source: Spark PR
Essentially, Good learned that customers such as Nationwide Insurance, UBS and Franklin Templeton wanted help accelerating their moves from BlackBerry to devices like iPhones, iPad and Android.

According to Good, many were originally planning for 3-year transitions, but later speeded that up to six months given the rocky future of Research In Motion.

What's your CU's mobile strategy? Are you migrating more quickly than originally planned? Read the article to see how Good could help with your migration.

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