Good Technology has announced that the GoodLink system for wireless messaging and corporate data access will be available for handhelds running Microsoft Windows Mobile for Pocket PC in a few months.
GoodLink is a standards-based wireless messaging and corporate data access system that provides mobile field forces with a two-way wirelessly synchronized connection to Microsoft Exchange Server (enterprise email, contacts, calendar, notes and tasks) and other critical applications like CRM, ERP and SCM.
The latest version, GoodLink 3.0, offers customers enhanced security, advanced fleet management and administration capabilities, and the ability to wirelessly enable popular applications.
In addition, customers will be able to use one system to support multiple carriers, devices, and operating systems. Customers using the Good G100, the palmOne Treo 600, or a Pocket PC device will have access to the full features of GoodLink.
GoodLink 3.0 for Windows Mobile-based Pocket PCs will be available early in the second quarter of 2004.
This won’t be the only system of this kind available for Pocket PC users. Last year, Research in Motion announced an agreement that will bring its BlackBerry email service to both versions of Microsoft’s Windows Mobile operating system.