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September 9, 2008  5:42 PM

Juniper on the WLAN acquisition prowl?



Posted by: Michael Morisy
Aruba, Juniper Networks, Meru, Network, Wi-Fi, Wireless networking

Juniper wants meat! Juniper's had no qualms in hiding their enterprise ambitions, and now they might...

September 8, 2008  8:12 PM

Goldman Sachs ♥’s Cisco



Posted by: Michael Morisy
Cisco, Network

Despite Cisco's own lack of self-confidence, at least somebody's rooting for the little guy*: Reuters reports that Goldman Sachs has named the networking giant one of its favorite...


September 3, 2008  7:37 PM

Networking skills are in demand



Posted by: Shamus McGillicuddy
career, career advice, Network, Routing and switching, Wireless networking

If you're looking for a new job and you have networking skills, you are in luck. Even in this weak economy CIOs are looking for...


September 2, 2008  5:17 PM

What would you do with a 288 TB network time machine?



Posted by: Michael Morisy
deep packet inspection, DPI, Ethernet, logging, Network, Network analysis, network monitoring, network montioring, Networking

GigastorSAS Who needs a DeLorean and its one point twenty-one jiggawatts when you can have a GigaStor...


August 20, 2008  9:27 PM

Repent! Repent! The IPv4 end is near!



Posted by: Michael Morisy
Arbor Networks, IPocolypse, IPv6, Network

The End is Near That's the message received when I got on the phone with Arbor...


August 14, 2008  7:24 PM

The chronicles of an awful manager



Posted by: Shamus McGillicuddy
Geek culture, IT humor, Network

A new blog popped up this month that any IT pro who has ever hated his manager can relate to. "Where is Bob? Tales of an absentee manager" appears to be a clever blend of fact and fiction. I guess it's up to you to decide just how real it is. The...


August 12, 2008  4:31 PM

Are the Olympics IT’s worst nightmare?



Posted by: Michael Morisy
Blue Coat, Cisco, Network, Olympics, WAN optimization

IT Friend or Foe? It sure sounds like it from where I sit sometimes. Shamus has a piece where he reports on how


August 11, 2008  4:52 PM

If MIT students ride your subway system, you’d better beef up network security



Posted by: Shamus McGillicuddy
Network, Network devices, Network security

Shocking news: The RFID fare card system that the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) uses on its buses and subway is totally hackable. This past weekend, three Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) students (Alessandro Chiesa, RJ Ryan, and Zack Anderson) were supposed to...


July 22, 2008  4:14 AM

Brocade grabs Foundry Networks, challenges Cisco in the data center



Posted by: Shamus McGillicuddy
Brocade, Cisco, DataCenter, Ethernet, Foundry, Network, Routing and switching, Storage

There's one vendor out there who is poised to challenge Cisco Systems' dominance in the data center networking market. No, it's not Juniper with its new line of EX switches. ProCurve Networking by...


July 11, 2008  3:41 PM

Is pervasive mobility perverse?



Posted by: Tessa Parmenter
IT conferences and events, Mobile, Network, Networking


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