In the ultra-competitive global recruitment market, speed of information, relationships, and quality of contacts are paramount to SThree. Read how the Good deployment provides several benefits including a Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) program that lowers IT costs, increases productivity, and improves work- life balance for employees.
Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating
Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating, a division of Mitsubishi Electric & Electronics USA, is a leading supplier of heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems. It relies on a vast ecosystem of distributors, contractors, engineers, and architects to sell its HVAC systems to both commercial and residential markets.
Mitsubishi Motors North America (MMNA) was seeking an enterprise-class security solution to support the company’s bring your own device (BYOD) initiative and also protect its expanding portfolio of corporate mobile appliances. The IT team had long recognized the value of mobile computing, but did not have the necessary tools to securely deploy and efficiently manage an integrated solution
With Good’s enterprise mobility and management solution, we saw the benefits right away. Good greatly reduces day-to-day management and simplifies access to corporate applications. Also, with Good, our employees are happier, our costs are lower, our company information is more secure, and our IT staff has more time for critical projects.
Active Interest Media
AIM was an early and loyal user of BlackBerryTM to provide employees with remote secure access to their corporate email messages. This was a great solution for several years. However, as AppleTM iOS and AndroidTM devices became more popular, employees began asking AIM’s IT department to support these smartphones and tablets at work.
As Union Bank’s employee base moved away from using Blackberries to embrace iOS, Android, and other mobile devices, the bank was challenged to deliver secure email access on those devices. Additionally, the bank wanted to move beyond basic messaging functionality to provide secure mobile productivity applications—such as document editing, intranet access, and real-time collaboration through instant message—on mobile devices.
As one of Austria’s leading banking groups, Raiffeisen employs around 4,000 people in the State of Styria, and they see customer focus, flexibility, and accessibility as their top priorities. As an innovative IT service provider, the data center relies on the use of smartphones in order to offer users state-of-the-art devices and the best possible level of usability
Like most businesses and government agencies today, a significant segment of Napa County employees love to use Apple's iPhones® and iPads®. So much so, they insist on bringing these devices to work. “To accommodate this demand while balancing the unique responsibilities of a county government, Napa embraces both individual- and county-liable models depending on the needs of each agency,” says Gary Coverdale, Chief Information Security Officer and Assistant Chief Information Officer for Napa County.
After 70 years in business, Industrial Bank remains committed to fostering the health of an increasingly diverse community as a trusted financial resource partner. The bank is also proud to be the third-largest minority-owned financial institution in the U.S. and would like to move up a notch or two on Black Enterprise magazine’s prestigious list.
Fender Musical Instruments Corporation
As with many other global companies, Fender provided its employees with HP laptops and BlackBerry smartphones with service from Verizon and Vodafone for mobile business communications. To support BlackBerry users, Fender's IT group maintained multiple BlackBerry RIM Enterprise Servers.