Wireless "reliability and security have improved"
Oh yeah ? Since when ?
It is still trivial to hack into a wireless router, and I've read that even so-called "secured" routers can be broken into by knowledgeable hackers.
As for stability, am I to understand that wireless is now just as reliable as a good ol' Ethernet cable ? No more trouble with walls or floors/ceilings ?
Somehow this "report" smacks a lot more of joyous/immature optimism than actual fact-finding and reporting.
Do any of the people who drafted this piece of wishful thinking have any experience in securing a wireless router ?
I don't think so.
Besides, if the NHS is anything to go by, the first guy to have his pacemaker hooked up to a wireless antenna will also be the first casualty of the scheme. I wouldn't trust those goons anywhere near me, that's for sure.