"What it does is, on the router we have a physical button that you press. And then on the software side, on the client side, we have an icon in the software that you need to click. That's all you need to do as a consumer to configure wireless connections between the router and adapter and also it sets up a security protocol." It's a great idea…and makes securing a wireless network simple. One problem is the One Touch system is designed to work only with Buffalo Technology hardware. But if you are starting from scratch…the solution makes sense….
"Over 70 percent of current wireless LAN users are not setting up any security. And they don't know how dangerous that is." Buffalo is working on software to allow its security system to work with Intel's Centrino processors with built in wireless capability. Bloomberg Boot Camp, I'm Fred Fishkin.