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Wednesday, March 23, 2016

How Much Work Will It Be To Set Up The Internet Of Things (IoT) In Your Home?

Wi-Fi Access for the Internet of Things Can Be Complicated

Our success in securing enterprise Wi-Fi networks presents difficulties when connecting Internet of Things sensors and devices.

Peter Thornycroft | March 21, 2016

Most large enterprises run remarkably secure WLANs. They minimize open-authentication access points – and those use captive portals – and implement WPA2-enterprise authentication and encryption protocols, which are very difficult to crack.
However, well-configured access points inhibit the growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) over Wi-Fi. The emerging IoT model (from the residential world) connects headless sensors over wireless connections to a cloud service that manages them and collects traffic. This service then offers a portal for analytics and smartphone-based user-control.

"The reality is that the IoT allows for virtually endless opportunities and connections to take place, many of which we can't even think of ...". Source:

<more at; related articles and links: (SXSW 2016: The unintended consequences of the Internet of Things. March 21, 2016) and (Research on the Complexity in Internet of Things. Kai Zhang, Dahai Han, and Hongping Feng. Proceedings of AIAI2010. [Abstract: With the development of communication technology and human society's unceasing approach to a higher level of informationization, research on Internet of Things (IOT) is being continuously extended in breadth and depth. The set up of many different types of networks in large scale will bring about the concepts of network hierarchical network domain. Different from the Internet or sensor networks, IOT is based on the extension of the Internet, thus inherited both its complexity of Internet services and its complexity of structure. This article focuses on the complicated laws that gradually emerged out of IOT and describes its characteristics based on previous work done on the IOT and with the help of an analysis on wireless sensor network and Internet network. The possible impacts of these characteristics on the future development of IOT is also considered and discussed.])>

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