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Wednesday, 30 March 2011


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"corporate IT pushed back with a litany of excuses to not do wireless: "it's not secure, we can't control who's on it, it's not as fast as wired Ethernet, adapters are finicky"

These are not expressions of fear, they're facts. Wireless is flaky as hell.

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