In Brief: Good's technology links Lotus to wireless

June 26, 2006

Good Technology said Monday its new mobile messaging service allows the use of Lotus Notes on a variety of wireless devices.

The Santa Clara, Calif., company's Good Mobile Messaging for IB Lotus Domino provides secure wireless links with Palm's Treo, Nokia E61, Motorola's Q and other similar devices.

Good said in a news release that the product fits in with the growing market for support for mobile employees. Primary strengths include collaboration capabilities and the ability to connect to third-generation wireless networks and WiFi worldwide through Good GlobalConnect.

Good Mobile Messaging for Lotus will be available to the public next month.

Copyright 2006 by United Press International

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