Good Technology

While many believe security and mobility are in conflict, we believe both of these needs can exist in harmony. It's why we’ve created solutions to these challenges and built something transformational—enabling organizations to fundamentally change the way they do business to prepare themselves for a successful future. Good Technology delivers the world's most comprehensive secure mobility solution, and continuously develops new innovations—innovations that fuel our passion for security, manageability, scalability and usability. This passion results in technology that enables users and business leaders to pursue new and bolder strategies. The results: a world where business moves freely, where people focus on what matters, and where security and mobility are not an either/or proposition. It's why we are Good Technology. Established in 1996 and headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, more than 6,200 organizations in over 190 countries use Good Technology solutions, including FORTUNE 100™® leaders in commercial banking, insurance, healthcare and aerospace and defense.
Type
Subsidiary
Parent Company
BlackBerry
HQ
Sunnyvale, US
Founded
1996
Good Technology was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in Sunnyvale, US

Key People at Good Technology

Andrew Jacques

Andrew Jacques

Senior Vice President, Worldwide Sales

Good Technology Office Locations

Good Technology has offices in Sunnyvale, Austin, New York, San Diego and in 22 other locations
Sunnyvale, US (HQ)
200 430 N Mary Ave
Hong Kong, HK
183 Queen's Rd E
Melbourne, AU
3 480 Collins St
London, GB
Lancaster Pl
Hellerup, DK
12 Tuborg Blvd.
Stockholm, SE
60 Mäster Samuelsgatan
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Good Technology Summary

In total, Good Technology had raised $556.4 m. Good Technology is a subsidiary of BlackBerry

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Good Technology News and Updates

This is why you should be terrified of the Wikileaks Vault 7 data dump

Beautiful. Unethical. Dangerous. That’s how Lucius Fox described Batman’s hacking wizardry in part two of Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy, The Dark Knight. In the film, the caped crusader took Fox’s single-cellphone sonar concept and used it to light up every microphone on every mobile phone …

Goldman Sachs announced a big promotion in its new online business

Goldman Sachs has promoted a technology expert to chief information officer of its retail arm, GS Bank USA. Boe Hartman has been named head of consumer and commercial banking technology and chief information officer of GS Bank USA, which operates the online-lending platform …

Meet The Startups Helping Broke-Ass Millennials Invest Their Couch Pennies

Companies like Stash and Wise Banyan are growing fast. Will their success be their own undoing? Companies like Stash and Wise Banyan are growing fast. Will their success be their own undoing?If you're a first-time investor with, say, $15,000 in savings, you have plenty of optio…

Benchmark’s Scott Belsky: Stop Catering To Your Power Users

User experience — not the underlying technology — makes or breaks a product, according to Scott Belsky, partner at Benchmark Capital. We have several driving human tendencies that shape our perception of products, said Belsky in a keynote address at … Continued

China’s Meitu, an Aspirational Beauty App, Goes Public

The popular software gives users power to lighten their skin and reshape their faces — a definition of beauty that may not work in other places.

Earth woefully unprepared for surprise comet or asteroid, Nasa scientist warns

Scientist recommended Nasa build an interceptor rocket, with periodic testing, alongside an observer spacecraft to stop catastrophic fireballs from hitting usHumans are woefully unprepared for a surprise asteroid or comet, a Nasa scientist warned on Monday, at a presentation with nuclear scientists…
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