Cisco Blogs / Edward Henry
Senior Network Engineer
Ed Henry has been working in the technology industry for over 8 years through many different organizations including healthcare, education, government and manufacturing. He started his career as an entry level PC Technician and has worked his way to Sr. Network Engineer designing various managed services from managed VoIP to cloud based solutions within the educational and government sector. A believer of Clarke's third law, he spends his time trying to remove the veil of magic and help others understand the ins and outs of the fast paced networking industry. He currently holds in CCNP, has passed his CCIE Written, and is siting for the lab in early 2014.
When Ed isn't solving the world's technology problems, one "it depends" at a time, he enjoys spending time with his wife and three young sons in South East Connecticut.
Balancing certification studies with family and work
When it comes to furthering your career in technology, the name of the game is certifications. But studying for certifications requires time and energy and both of those are pretty scarce when you’re already working full time. You’ve just gotten out of work where you’ve had to use your body and brain for the last […]