Nokia's iGMLC Privacy Manager allows subscribers to retain full control over what location information their cell phones transmit. Some of the phone maker's products are designed to enhance security for workers connecting to corporate networks remotely; others aim to help manage privacy. Some of the new tools from the Finnish cell phone maker are designed to enhance security for workers connecting to corporate networks remotely; other products are intended to help manage privacy. Nokia also introduced interfaces for creating new Web services applications. The company's first mobile Web services interfaces for the Nokia MMS (Multimedia Message Service) server are designed to bring Web services into the mobile domain. The company hopes such services will act as a bridge between mobile network servers and Web application servers.
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