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is a popular application that can recover data from iDevice, iTunes and iCloud. Photo: iTrader / Shutterstock.com Former Nokia CEO Stephen Elop wasn't sure he could get back into action. While still prime minister, Elop decided to step down as head of a division that deals exclusively with mobile technology. The company's business model was to profit from the use of mobile, rather than traditional, paper products. In 2011, Elop appointed former ex-Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer to the position of CEO, and he himself began to work in senior positions in social networks. Last year, a project was launched, within which Nokia is going to invest up to $800 million in it. It will be launched in the autumn, and the head of Microsoft will become one of its owners. However, the main goal of this project is to create a mobile bank for small and medium businesses. Such small companies cannot even afford to have their own IT department, and only large companies that fulfill government orders can use banking products. It makes no sense for them to buy expensive developments. Firstly, they do not have the opportunity to dispose of them in full, and secondly, when a large purchase becomes available, it is not a fact that there is a point in it. This is exactly what the Nokia Fintech project is trying to do. Its founder is the former CEO of Leo Burnett in New York, Jeff Nishikori, who emigrated from Thailand in 2002 and then found an opportunity to realize his idea. Jeff understands that the device he created for the Finnish company is very popular now, but no company can offer the desired functionality. Soon he will be able to present the Finns with a mobile application for making money automatically. In fact, it will be a service that will run a mobile office that will help the owner of the company to understand that his tasks are not solved solely in terms of information and finance, and it's time to start acting. Over the past few months, Elop has been giving interviews in which he shared his plans for the future. However, in his comments and speeches, he couldn't help but talk about Nokia and its Lumia 925 smartphone. He also mentioned that he wants to sell his business and focus on working at Microsoft. Today, the Finnish company is under the direction of appointed CEO Jonathan Ive.