Trusted computing? Nothing to do with us, says UK IT

Monday, 16 January 2006, 2:20 AM EST

How interested is the computer industry in trusted computing? Not as much as you might think, suggests Eddie Bleasdale of netproject. "They've nothing to sell in this area," he told The Register, "so they're not interested." Bleasdale is mounting a reprise of netrproject's successful 2002 Trusted Computing conference.

At The Register.

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