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9/30/2011 01:17 PM EDT
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nicolas.mokhoff   10/1/2011 4:47:28 PM
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yalanand--Sorry; your guess is as good as mine. They made the tablet company specifically unknown, but I think that no matter who that is it will be an advantage for that company: data is becoming the knowledge advantage in the war of information exchange and all security gaps must be closed, including the ones in consumer devices.

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yalanand   10/1/2011 4:24:17 PM
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@Nicolas which is that major smart phone and tablet manufacturer ? I guess it should be between Apple and Samsung.

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yalanand   10/1/2011 4:22:59 PM
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@Kiran why do you think these products are not necessary? I feel these products are very much necessary to secure the data. I am sure these products will be in huge demand in future.

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elctrnx_lyf   9/30/2011 7:04:42 PM
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are these products are really necessary for the consumer mobile and tablets?

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