Microsoft's bid to equip Obama securely

01/28/2009 | Telephony Online

Noting the National Security Agency's concerns about President Barack Obama's retention of his BlackBerry, Microsoft has offered Obama the option of using one of two $3,300 handsets, which the company said carried its most secure technology. In an interview, Microsoft mobility executive Randy Siegel discussed security issues and how it can apply its experience with Obama to the mass market.

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