Hewlett Packard and Good Technology have partnered to implement a technology for the U.S. Navy to secure mobile devices, data and applications across the Navy’s enterprise.
HP integrated the Good for Enterprise mobile collaboration tool into a mobile device management platform the company has built for the Navy Marine Corps Intranet network, Good Technology said Tuesday.
“We are proud to partner with Good Technology to bring Navy personnel the ability to connect anywhere, anytime with an expanded mobile device choice,” said Denby Starling, vice president and account executive for Navy and Marine Corps at HP.
GFE is based on the Good Dynamics secure mobility platform and designed to separate enterprise and personal data as well as remove data on a lost or stolen device.
Good Technology also designed the tool to comply with the Department of Defense Directive 8100.2, Federal Information Processing Standards and Homeland Security Presidential Directive-12.