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August 9, 2013  11:15 AM

Making the move from IT to ET



Posted by: Chuck Moozakis
analyst, change management, IT trends, network design, networking careers

Say bye to information technology. Say hello to enterprise technology. So says Nemertes Research President Johna Till Johnson. In a discussion highlighting Nemertes' 2013-2014 Enterprise Technology Benchmark study earlier this summer, Johnson said the shift from IT to ET will be no less dramatic...

May 10, 2012  1:07 AM

Again with the booth babes? Interop 2012



Posted by: Shamus McGillicuddy
booth babes, Interop, IT conferences and events, IT shop sexism, Networking, networking careers

LAS VEGAS -- As I was ambling toward an 8 a.m. meeting at Interop 2012 this week, I noticed a young woman dressed rather provocatively. She took the escalator just ahead of me and her appearance was striking. I thought to myself, "Wow, she is dressed inappropriately for this show!" A tiny black top...


March 16, 2012  11:02 AM

CompTIA helping wounded veterans gain IT certs



Posted by: Shamus McGillicuddy
Certification, CompTIA, Networking, networking careers, veterans

CompTIA, through its Creating IT Futures Foundation, is working with the Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) to help U.S. military veterans transition into IT careers. Last summer,...


January 9, 2012  12:13 PM

The IT jobs market: IT workers with business skills needed



Posted by: Shamus McGillicuddy
economy, Foote Partners, jobs, Networking, networking careers

According Foote Partners LLC, the technology labor market analysis firm, the United States added IT jobs in 2011, but companies are looking for a different kind of IT worker...


December 1, 2010  6:33 PM

Cisco Dynamips and Juniper Olive: A little clarity on router emulators, please



Posted by: Shamus McGillicuddy
Arista Networks, career, Cisco, Cisco certification, Cisco IOS emulator, IT certification and training, Juniper, Juniper JUNOS emulator, Networking, networking careers, Vyatta

Have you ever noticed that networking vendors rarely address the subject of emulators built with their router software? To some degree, network engineers seem fine with this. As long as Cisco looks the other way, engineers can continue to use

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