Looks like Verizon is pushing Android for enterprise pretty hard: they've inked a deal with Good Technology and are bringing some pretty major enterprise features to Android. Specifically, the company provides encrypted and high security email, messaging, and mobile access, as well as features such as remote wipe.

Good is a fairly major player in the enterprise space: in the first half of 2010 alone, they added 1,500 enterprise clients. Obviously, this is bad news for RIM (the makers of BlackBerry), who currently rule the business market; losing a competitive edge certainly isn't going to help their already sagging market share.

[Source: ZDNet]