Secure Mobile Data Comes of Age

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I've just spent the day with O2 (, the new name for what used to be known as BT Cellnet in the U.K., Viag Interkom in Germany, Esat Digifone in Ireland and Telfort in the Netherlands.

The newly rebranded company is taking advantage of the 'Europeanization' of its various country operations to consolidate its research and development, as well as launch a number of pan-European mobile data offerings. One of O2's first mobile data offerings, the Research in Motion (RIM - ...

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