Wireless peer-to-peer networking
, sometimes called "fourth generation" (4G) wireless, was originally conceived by the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), the same organization that developed the wired Internet.
makes it easier for people to collaborate.
and Net44 are just smart connectivity.
It provides the peer-to-peer networking
that users want, displacing the hierarchical, mainframe-centered approach that IBM pioneered and fought to preserve for many years.
With human nature what it is, the peer-to-peer networking
[and] need for human contact will always be there."
Broadband carriers adopting the new release can control the costs incurred through peer-to-peer networking
while also generating extra revenue from broadband-on-demand capabilities, according to Bridgewater.
Court ruling or not, peer-to-peer networking
technology is out of the bag, and only strong encryption built into music and video files is likely to prevent users from taking advantage of it.
Its "peer-to-peer networking
" capability lets every user access the company's main hard drive or individual hard drives.
Larger clients also praise the company's ownership of the I-4 organisation as an excellent peer-to-peer networking
opportunity outside of consulting engagements."
Following the wake of the publicity generated by Napster, peer-to-peer networking
has become The Next Big Thing.
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means you don't have to go up one chain of command and down through another to communicate with someone.