I don’t profess to be an expert programmer or a skilled security researcher, but I’ve spent a lot of time over the last dozen plus years working on recovering old passwords in StuffIt archives. StuffIt was the popular compression tools for Mac users until the Mac OS X-era, when it was overtaken by the standard ZIP format (and price per gigabyte of storage reached a point where compression just wasn’t as critical). You can still purchase Stuffit Deluxe 2011 for both Windows and Mac, but for most people there will never be a need.
I was approached with a challenge to craft a solution that will do the following:
– Allow a presenter to wirelessly display a presentation
– Allow the presenter to walk around with the device (preferably a light Windows based tablet to be held for 2-3 hours in one hand)
– Mirror the content to two television screens at once, with the content being readable on two large (40-50 inch) TVs
– Allow the presenter to utilize PowerPoint’s Presenter View to keep tabs on timing and have access to notes
– Keep the cost down while also getting it ready in three days