BT: universal access

December 2005
MarketWatch: Global Round-up;Dec2005, Vol. 4 Issue 12, p180
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The article presents information on British Telecom PLC's (BT) MobileXpress, that allows organization networks for remote users to securely access enterprise applications from 150 countries. MobileXpress enables the users to gain connectivity through an easy-to-use client interface and to use a number of different access technologies, such as Wi-Fi hotspots, in-flight wireless and 3G mobile services. According to Aaron McCormack, vice president of global products for BT Global Services, MobileXpress would help BT to foray into digitally networked mobility solutions.


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