Interesting meetings Vol.2
Tõnis Mäe, Operational Manager for HP in Estonia says:
Likes it, a lot. For him Wiferia is technicaly nothing more than a unified access web site and security feature. His main question was: what do you actually mean by security? Brought in the concept of third party security. While e have been worried mostly about the security of hotspot owner and hotspot user, he pointed out that also the content reached through the Wiferia should be protected from the assault. If Wiferia can not quarantee that, a lot of resources of large multinationals e.g. is prohibited to be accessed through Wiferia by companies themselves. Tõnis promised to surf around HP intranet to find HP initiatives and information about possible ready-made software to configure the routers.
Lauri Makke, GNT product manager & A Very Big Eastern European Linksys Hotshot say:
Linksys says we can do whatever we want to do to their routers. They do not pay for configuring and for warranty they want to get them back with our bit of software uninstalled. But they think it is a good idea and GNT as a wholesaler could contribute to the project in order to gain bigger sales of routers. We all can benefit from Linksys experience with FON.
Meelis Malk, missing link between software engineers and people with an idea for software, says:
Meelis states it is an interestin and appealing idea although with several risk factors. First of all: why should people start to use Wiferia. Promised to help us by talking to software engineers at Oskando Ltd., a company recently acuired by Skype programming team.