I'm working on a new article for SQL Server Central talking about physical security and SQL Server and I was going to include coverage outside of the data center, especially with products like Microsoft CRM 3.0 putting potentially sensitive data on a laptop. There are significant legitimate business drivers to do this for business so therefore we IT professionals are charged with trying to secure that data as much as possible while still enabling our business folks.
Coincidentally, this blog post on Windows Mobile security came out this week, Windows Mobile Security Resources, which has good links to on-line resources in this regard. It's written by Security MVP, Jim Wilson, and includes a link to an article on the Windows Mobile Security Model, which he wrote earlier. If your organization uses Windows Mobile devices, especially if you have databases or mail on them, you may want to check out the link.
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