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Stone W.R.,Stoneware
IEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine | Year: 2015

From the Screen of Stone first appeared in the December 1987 issue of the AP-S Newsletter. It has since appeared either as a separate column or in a "lite" version (appended to my Editor's Comments) in almost every issue of the Newsletter and Magazine. The scope is quite literally whatever crosses my screen, with an emphasis on computer hardware and software, but always trying to provide information that engineers will find of personal practical value. Mahta was kind enough to allow me to continue the column, although it may be somewhat limited in length (and therefore, some of the discussions will be more terse than usual). The topics in this issue include the end of life cycle for Windows 7, one reason why your computer may be slowing down, using the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) to plan technology purchases, something to consider if you need a dental crown, and a note about DOCSIS 3.0 cable modems. © 2015 IEEE. Source


Stone W.R.,Stoneware
IEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine | Year: 2015

The topics for this issue include an exciting new digital travel zoom camera; an improved Logitech Anywhere MX mouse; some thoughts on buying a smartphone (and an iPhone, in particular); a number of useful accessories for an iPhone; and essential software for users of the iPhone and a Windows PC. © 2015 IEEE. Source


Various methods for server-side recordation and playback of a remote desktop session are provided. One example method may comprise receiving data related to a remote desktop protocol session. The method of this example embodiment may further comprise providing for storage of the data at a location other than the device associated with the remote desktop protocol client of the remote desktop protocol session. Furthermore, the method of this example embodiment may comprise receiving a request to reproduce the remote desktop protocol session. The method of this example embodiment may also comprise retrieving the data from storage. Additionally, the method of this example embodiment may comprise facilitating reproduction of at least a portion of the remote desktop protocol session based at least in part on the retrieved data. Similar and related example methods, apparatuses, systems, and computer program products are also provided.


Various methods for the secure exchange of private keys for authenticating a user to an RDP service are provided. One example method may comprise receiving a request comprising a session token to provide a user with access to an RDP service, and retrieving a username and password associated with the user using the session token. The method may further comprise assigning a time period of validity to the password. Furthermore, the method may comprise generating a first secret key based on user information, generating a second secret key based on the first secret key and a salt, and encrypting a packet comprising the password and the time period using the second secret key. Additionally, the method may comprise transmitting the username and encrypted packet to the device for authenticating the user with the requested RDP service. Similar and related example methods, apparatuses, systems, and computer program products are also provided.


INDIANAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Stoneware, Inc., the leader in classroom management software, announces the immediate availability of LanSchool 7.8.1. The release contains several enhancements to our award-winning software that allows educators to take control of technology in the classroom to monitor, collaborate and communicate with students more effectively. In LanSchool 7.8.1, we have made some important enhancements to the LanSchool Connection Service (LCS). The LCS now supports up to 10,000 connections, will auto direct the Student and Teacher to the correct LCS, and includes the ability to auto update the Teacher agent. “The theme of this release is all about meeting the challenges of the modern classroom,” said Rick German, CEO of Stoneware, Inc. “We know that a myriad of devices continue to enter the classroom at a dizzying pace, and our solution helps teachers manage and control that technology to ensure a distraction-free environment.” In addition to the LCS enhancements, we have upgraded the functionality of the Chromebook extension to include popular LanSchool features such as View Student, Show Student, Save Snapshot and Chat. Other new features in LanSchool 7.8.1 include: LanSchool 7.8.1 is a free upgrade for customers under a current maintenance agreement. LanSchool educational pricing starts at $30 per device. Site licenses, volume and educational discounts are available. Established in 2000 and acquired by Lenovo in 2012, Stoneware delivers workspace and classroom management software that gives people the freedom and flexibility to work more productively. Stoneware’s webNetwork™ software creates a unified workspace where workers can access cloud apps, native applications and legacy systems from any device, regardless of where they are located. Stoneware’s LanSchool™ classroom management software enhances the learning experience by enabling instructors to easily manage classroom technology and monitor student involvement. Despite today’s complex technology environments, Stoneware gives users a single view of their diverse resources while providing IT with central oversight. For information, visit www.stone-ware.com.

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