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|Title: ||secured blackberry used in e-learning|
|Authors: ||Princen, Tom|
|Issue Date: ||2010|
|Publisher: ||International Association of Online Engineering|
|Citation: ||Auer, Michael & Schreurs, Jeanne (Ed.) Academic and corporate e-learning in a global context, p. 853-862|
|Abstract: ||Nowadays employees are often on the road. This results in wasting time when waiting on airplanes or other means of transport. Companies and employees try to solve this problem by doing some of their work while in transit. Laptops and smartphones can be
used to do some studying on the road, called mobile learning. But there is a risk when
using a smartphone to access the company network to retrieve information.
Authentication and privacy are two crucial points. There are a lot of threats to mobile
applications, browser attacks and mail client attacks being the biggest. The
professional use of these mobile applications requires the formulation of a company’s.|
|Type: ||Proceedings Paper|
|Appears in Collections: ||Research publications|
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