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October, 2007


October 30, 2007  7:25 PM

The IT Guy: Cable under the table

Posted by: 2020viip
Cartoon, Geek culture, IT humor, Network, Network cable, Technology, The IT Guy

IT Guy cartoon Oct. 2007 > Continue reading part 2,...

October 26, 2007  4:07 AM

Network management can be just plain ugly

Posted by: SusanFogarty
Network management, Networking

I've been a writer and editor in the enterprise networking market for 11 years now, and one topic I dread being asked about is network management. I didn't really understand it when I...

October 23, 2007  4:56 PM

What’s the opposite of networking?

Posted by: 2020viip
Geek culture, Networking

Last night I was watching Attack of the Show again and they mentioned a site called BuzzFeed, which picks up the latest and greatest Web trends and conversations and...

October 19, 2007  3:57 PM

You mean I won’t get paid more for getting this cert?

Posted by: Tessa Parmenter
IT certification and training, Network, Networking

Tell me you haven't heard this before: Getting a certification earns you more pay. This week, however, Foote Partners LLC released a

October 16, 2007  4:23 PM

The problem of network management

Posted by: 2020viip
Network, Network management, Networking

Back in July, I wrote in a SearchNetworking newsletter about the challenge of choosing the right network management tool:

There's not only overlap among these tools, but also a lot of variation in what they aim to manage -- so much so that an apples-to-apples comparison is...

October 15, 2007  2:47 PM

“Most awesome router ever”

Posted by: 2020viip
Networking, Routers, Routing and switching, Wireless

Belkin N1 Vision Last Friday, G4TV's Attack of the Show named the wireless Belkin N1 Vision the...

October 12, 2007  11:34 PM

Bizarro VoIP: Is it evil? Do you care?

Posted by: 2020viip
Network, Networking, Open source, VoIP

Recently, Tom Keating at TMC wrote in his blog about Digium acquiring Switchvox, a proprietary Asterisk-based VoIP solution. Keating had interviewed Asterisk inventor and Digium CTO, Mark Spencer, who explained that one of the goals of that acquisition was to assimilate some...

October 12, 2007  4:13 PM

Is NAC stuck in the mud?

Posted by: 
Juniper Networks, NAC, Network, Network security, Networking

Around this time last year, network access control (NAC) was the be-all, end-all for network security. Performing pre- and post-admission checks on devices before allowing them access to the network and applications was still a relatively fresh concept.

October 4, 2007  8:05 PM

The “other” kind of networking

Posted by: 2020viip
Network, Networking

For about as long as routers, switches and cables have been connecting critical functions of the business network, people have been using that same technology to connect socially -- whether for sharing notes on open source tool configuration, trading MP3s of their favorite...


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