Please respond to the following post. Below is a copy of the original one I posted. They can be relatively short to make 275 words.
First colleague….People often say that the invention of the internet brought knowledge to every household, but that unfairly excludes wi-fi. Wi-fi has aided and is extremely important to the pursuit of personal computers. It grants access to the internet at a now affordable price in one’s own home. Before, it was necessary to travel to a public library of sorts to find information. Wi-fi brings the internet and all of its effects to households, which in it of itself is game changing. This expands the everyday person’s productivity, convenience, and overall way of life in today’s technology driven age. Speaking of, wi-fi has evolved from a luxury to a necessity in most countries. Even though it is a genius innovation, most people can no longer go without it to function properly in either educational pursuits or the workforce. Wi-fi is one of the most modern inventions that slowly became a required household necessity, like sinks or light fixtures.
2nd colleague…..Great post. I enjoyed your inclusion of packet fragmentation and how it prevents wi-fi from colliding with other wireless devices and networks. What do you think the future of wi-fi security will look like and is it possible to reduce the vulnerabilities we currently have or does that come with the nature of wi-fi being so accessible?
Skylar Surguy posted Mar 24, 2021 11:42 AM
The introduction of Wi-Fi changed the way that people access the internet and think about IoT devices entirely. The ability to connect to the internet from anywhere in a location where wifi is present is massively powerful. This allows a lot more flexibility from users accessing wifi and has made internet access essentially a staple of modern society. Wi-Fi has had such a massive impact on technology, that the ability to connect to the internet at any location is now expected instead of a privilege. The effect it has had on mobile devices is heavily important. Now that mobile devices such as phones, laptops, tablets, and etcetera can connect to the internet with ease, we have an immediate connection to others across the world at nearly all times.