Oakland, CA (PRWEB) September 25, 2012
Today, Breezy released the all new “Breezy for Good Technology” mobile printing app — a strategic addition to Breezy’s existing line-up of iOS, Android, and Blackberry offerings. The Breezy for Good app adds mobile printing to Good Technology’s array of third-party, secure, mobile enterprise productivity tools and applications. As a Good Mobile Alliance member, Breezy can successfully combine its leading mobile printing technology with Good’s mobility and security expertise to deliver mobile apps that meet the exploding demand for tools that enhance end user productivity, while meeting the security requirements of enterprise IT.
Breezy for Good offers enterprise users the power of Breezy’s full platform, including its international Partner Network of thousands of printing locations, coupled with Good’s proven security infrastructure. Good® users can now print documents and files securely, without ever leaving the protection of the Good container.
“Mobile devices are a great business tool, but unfortunately can be a huge security risk,” said Jared Hansen, CEO of Breezy. “Breezy for Good eliminates vulnerability for Good users, letting companies and their employees embrace mobile technologies that improve productivity.”
Good Technology™ is the leading solutions-provider for enterprise-grade mobile security and compliance. With Good Dynamics®, companies facing the challenges of rapid mobile device adoption, expanding BYOD policies and mobile application usage, now have the ability to empower their employees and meet end-user needs without introducing unnecessary security risks.
“Today’s businesses are going mobile in droves in order to help increase employee productivity, improved customer attention and satisfaction, as well as keep pace with today’s quickly changing and competitive marketplace,” said Herve Danzelaud, vice president of business development, Good Technology. “Today’s companies need professional-grade mobile applications that are designed with security in mind in order to tap the benefits of the mobility wave and Breezy’s mobile printing application uniquely addresses this need.”
Breezy’s mobile printing platform, built from the ground up with security and productivity in mind, is the core of the Breezy for Good app. Key features of Breezy’s platform include:
- Cross-platform and device-agnostic compatibility (iOS, Android, and Blackberry)
- Best-in-class mobile security and protection
- Enterprise-ready management and scalability
- World’s largest fully-secured network of printing locations
- The industry’s easiest-to-use interface and functionality
With Breezy for Good, mobile workforces running on Good Technology™ have security-driven mobile printing at their fingertips starting today.
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Breezy is the world's most secure mobile printing platform. Breezy's software lets users print to any printer from any device, and can mobile-enable existing printer fleets in a matter of minutes. The Breezy Partner Network, with thousands of locations worldwide, is the world's largest fully secured printing network, and the Breezy API, slated for use in a growing number of popular productivity apps, can add secure printing capabilities to any app on any platform.
About Good Technology
Good Technology, the leader in secure enterprise mobility solutions, creates a world where employees can securely connect, communicate, and collaborate using their personal iOS, Android, and Windows Phone devices. A world where IT can manage mobile apps, devices and enterprise data simply and safely to increase overall business productivity. A world where business information can travel wherever it needs to go, without putting sensitive enterprise or personal data at risk. Good Technology’s customers include more than 4,000 organizations worldwide, including FORTUNE 100™ leaders in financial services, healthcare, retail, telecommunications, manufacturing, legal, and government.