PostOffice: Mobile users and security (Update)

PostOffice: “Mobile users and security (Update)
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we finally have also the abstract and the agenda of the Clusit training that Alessio Pennasilico and I will held.

here you are(check clusit website for registration and location)

https://edu.clusit.it/

At first was the computer on the desktop. The, a day the modem comes home, and VPN and then laptop computers. And desktops were changed by laptops, and then mobile phones and we started to use them as modems, exchange mails, then arrived wap browsing, and after that the full browser ones, and complex web applications and smarthphones, tablets…

http://www.clusit.it/homee.htm”

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Antonio Ieranò
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