• IT Pro file: Mark Crawford, network design specialist

    Some people are just born to live in a data center. Mark Crawford and computers have always been on the same wavelength. Being an IT guy "came naturally to me," he said. Meet IT pro Mark Crawford, who shares an IT problem-solving story and his IT best practices dos and don'ts.

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  • Tools that simplify network design

    Chris Fuller focuses on products that make the daunting task of network design almost simple.

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  • What’s the most important factor to consider with network design today?

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  • Network design considerations checklist for providers

    There are many network design considerations that every solution provider should take into account before embarking on a network design project. Knowing these trends and caveats will help you make the best network design planning and network design choices for your customer.

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  • Power and cooling considerations for data center network design

    The network architect involved in data center design needs to be aware of issues that factor into networking the data center beyond the network itself. This tip will introduce physical facilities considerations of data center design, such as power consumption heating/cooling issues, which can have...

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  • Managing IP address allocation during network expansion

    IP address allocation is part of proper network design, which is crucial to the performance and expandability of a network. Learn how to properly allocate IP addresses for a new network -- and your options if you run out of IP addresses.

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  • What is the client’s network topology?

    The network topology is the structure of your client's network, and it has to be taken into account before beginning a network design project. Then the topology can be modified to suit current and future client needs.

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  • What is the client’s IT budget for the network design project?

    While all clients have expectations for their network design projects, not all have allocated the money needed to accomplish their objectives. Learn why asking about IT budget will help you and your customers get more clarity about what can and can't be accomplished in terms of a network design...

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  • Network design checklist: Six factors to consider when designing LANs

    Designing a local area network from scratch is the project most consultants dream of. When it finally lands in your inbox, do you know where to start? This checklist of six potential design issues will help ensure your LAN project is a success.

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  • What is the purpose of the network being designed?

    Before beginning any network infrastructure design project for a client, the first question to ask is what the purpose of the network is. Knowing the answer to this question is vital as you scope out the project.

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