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The multi-hop routing in wireless sensor networks traffic by identity deception through replaying routing Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) provides limited security against identity...
Benefit corporations offer a new standard for businesses that want to be socially responsible, and tech startups could be the catalysts for positive change.
Information security is gaining increasingly more importance for real-time automation networks. Multicast communication is used widely especially on field and process level to cope...
Cloud computing was the long-held dream of computing, which has the potential to transform a large part of the Information Technology (IT) industry, shaping the way that IT hardwar...
Mobile commerce is an evolving area of e-commerce, where users can interact with the service providers through a mobile and wireless network, using mobile devices for information r...
An important part of your overall Information Technology security strategy needs to account for how your application will handle user identity. Claims-based identity as a strategy ...
Single-Response Metric Analysis of Adaptive Fault Tolerant Replication Routing Protocol for MANETs Using Taguchi Approach
Mobile Ad hoc NETwork (MANET) comprises of a set of mobile nodes connected through wireless links that are capable to communicate and share information without any centralized infr...
The convergence of Movable computing and cloud computing enables new multimedia Function that is both resource intensive and interaction-intensive. For these Function, end-to-end n...
Link Stability is a crucial factor in designing routing protocols for Mobile networks. Most of the routing strategies that supports for link stability are designed to meet some QoS...
Wireless sensor networks consists of small low cost sensor nodes, having a limited transmission range and their processing, storage capabilities and energy resources are limited. T...