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Keynote - Karen Sandler - YouTube
Why free and open source software is the right and true thing.
security  medicaldevices  wireless  bugs  software  testing  se  video  keynote 
september 2014 by kme
Wi-Fi Direct vs Ad-hoc [http://www.edaboard.com/]
Wi-Fi Direct is not the same as ad-hoc networking: The most significant difference between traditional ad-hoc wireless networking (traditional peer-to-peer networking) and Wi-Fi Direct is security. In Windows ad-hoc networks, the highest level of security supported is WEP in mixed client environments (Windows 7 will support WPA2 provided all adapters support it, as well). Wi-Fi Direct, as mentioned, supports WPA2. Another difference, Wi-Fi Direct devices can also simultaneously connect to existing wireless networks. More granular control and better discovery of devices also differentiate Wi-Fi Direct from ad-hoc networking.
question  wifi  wifidirect  wireless  networking  solution  ascomparedto  adhoc 
january 2014 by kme

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