CellTrust’s Sean Moshir to Present as Guest Lecturer at University of Utah
Lecture will Focus on Critical Issues, Challenges and Opportunities in Mobile Technology for Consumers and Business
Scottsdale, Ariz. – March 21, 2011 – CellTrust Corporation, the recognized leader in mobile secure messaging and secure applications for mobile phones (www.celltrust.com), announced today that Sean Moshir, Chief Executive Officer of CellTrust, will be presenting as a guest lecturer at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City for the MIS Club hosted by Dr. Rohit Aggarwal.
Moshir will discuss how mobile sites, mobile security, mobile apps, mobile payments and all things mobile are becoming a priority for companies that want to remain competitive and stay connected with consumers. The session will highlight meeting the opportunities and challenges ahead in mobile, targeting the consumer, and positioning companies to succeed.
University of Utah
March 30, 2011
Salt Lake City
Members of the media are welcome to attend the lecture by sending an RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
About CellTrust Corporation
CellTrust is a leading provider of secure mobile messaging and applications. CellTrust’s patent pending SecureSMS Gateway™ featuring the SecureSMS™ Appliance and a suite of mobile applications provide advanced secure mobile messaging and information management across 200+ countries and over 700 carriers. CellTrust ensures the secure and trusted exchange of information on mobile devices to the financial services, healthcare, government, education, energy, information technology, marketing, and travel, among other global industries. For more information about CellTrust’s Global, African, North American and Australian operations: www.celltrust.com www.africa.celltrust.com www.celltrust.com.au
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