fun communications GmbH, located in Karlsruhe, offers customised all-in-one IT solutions, products for the banking sector, as well as smart card based applications for the Internet. fun communications has been successfully establishing itself on the market for e-banking applications for several years. Buhl Data Service, FIDUCIA, Lexware and Postbank are just some of the companies who put their trust in solutions from fun communications. The company is actively involved in the "Initiativen baden-württemberg" programme: connected (bwcon), CyberForum e.V., Mobile Region Karlsruhe, Initiative GeldKarte e.V., Freiwillige Selbstkontrolle Multimedia-Diensteanbieter (FSM) and internationally on the Liberty Alliance Project and the European technology platforms eMobility and NESSI.
|Apr 22 ‑ Apr 25, 2008||
European Identity Conference 2008
For hundreds of Identity Management professionals, the European Identity Conference provides an unbiased source of new insights and ideas on a broad scale from business-oriented briefings to hands-on like workshop sessions, with a great number of best practices presentations from real world deployments. With its community-like social networking and knowledge sharing opportunities, the European Identity Conference has become an annual must-attend event.
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