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Deniz Tuncalp, Turkcell

By Dave Birch posted Oct 20 2008 at 3:18 PM
[Dave Birch] Deniz Tuncalp is the founder of the mobile digital signature service in Turkcell. In addition to his work with Turkcell, he lectures on technology management and organisation in several universities in Istanbul. He is also doing research in the adaptation of individuals and organisations to new technology. In this podcast, he talks about Turkcell's operational mobile digital signature service and explains how it is developing the market.

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