Today’s featured member, MNorwood, hails from Nashville where he blogs about networking. He’s also been a great help around IT Knowledge Exchange the past few weeks, answering questions about LAN, Cisco, Windows Server 2003 and wireless. Here’s Matthew’s take on the IT and networking industry:
I’ve been in the IT industry for about 15 years. I love technology and can’t seem to stop myself from learning as much as I can. I guess the thing I love the most about IT and networking is that you can NEVER learn it all! That means I get paid to learn, and that’s never a bad thing.
We’re excited Matt’s included IT Knowledge Exchange in the learning and teaching process! He doesn’t have any badges yet, but I have a feeling he’s well on his way!
- What are people using for IP KVM?
- Packet loss in a Cisco 3750 stack
- Enabling QOS on Windows Server 2003 network
- Logical wireless extension to my corporate network running Cisco equipment?
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