Timico Looking Good for Mobile

Timico has been revealed as the first mid-market UK Managed Service provider to offer Good Technology’s Good Dynamics Secure Mobility Platform.

The company’s newly-formed mobile services division will lead the charge with Good Technology’s solutions, solely focused on servicing the growing demand for the management of smartphones and tablets in the corporate environment.

As smartphones and tablets evolved from email and browsing devices, so too has the enterprise security needed to protect them; transforming from simple mobile device management (MDM) to full business productivity systems.

Along with the increasing availability of 4G, remote working on tablets is now becoming a reality for many businesses. In fact, according to Gartner, 70% of mobile professionals will conduct their work on personal smart devices by 2018, making reliance on secure mobility platforms an increasingly business critical issue.

Andrew North, Director of Mobile Services at Timico, said: “Businesses have embraced the flexibility of mobile working but IT departments are facing the challenges of delivering seamless, secure collaboration across ‘three screens’ for employees. The Good Collaboration Suite is the ideal technical answer and its monthly per-user pricing makes real commercial sense. As geographical coverage of 4G mobile increases we believe adoption of the Good platform will accelerate.”

Stuart Brinicombe, Head of Channel at Good Technology, said: “Timico are interesting because of their mid-market focus, history of innovation and understanding of mobile internet. A company of such expertise and heritage is the perfect partner to elevate our new platform to the next level.”

Pricing options are now available on a monthly basis per user from as little as £4 per month, enabling seamless working across multiple devices – complete with the most comprehensive enterprise mobility solution. Timico is also in the unique position of being an ISP and mobile provider offering 3G and 4G integration to private MPLS networks, adding an additional layer of connectivity.

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David Dungay

Editor - Comms Business Magazine