Cisco Blogs / Jody Lemoine
"No sensible decision can be made any longer without taking into account not only the world as it is, but the world as it will be." - Isaac Asimov
Jody Lemoine is a network architect and Cisco Champion based in the Niagara region of Ontario, Canada.
He has developed a track record of designing and deploying a wide variety of successful networking solutions in areas of routing, switching, data security, unified communications and wireless networking. These range from simple networks for small-to-medium business clients with limited budgets to large infrastructure VPN deployments with over 350 endpoints. His broad experience with converged networks throughout Canada and the world has helped answer many complex requirements with elegant, sustainable and scalable solutions. In addition, he maintains a current CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure (41436) certification.
Today, Jody operates tishco networks, a consulting firm specializing in the wholesale provisioning of networking services to IT firms for resale to their respective clientele.
At home, he is both a husband and father and contributes to his community by serving as an RCAF reserve officer supporting his local squadron of the Royal Canadian Air Cadets.
On Being Wrong
I have always found it easy to confidently stand on what I know. I have found it even easier to stand on what I think I know. The difficult part is finding the line where one becomes the other. When does confidence become overconfidence? Sometimes, I only find out when my assumptions are proven wrong […]
Crucible and Chrysalis: The personal value of the expert-level certification process
Introduction The choice to begin pursuing an expert-level certification is often made lightly. After experiencing the training, study and testing process of the associate-level and the professional-level certifications, it is understandable to expect that the expert level is more of the same; more advanced, but essentially a logical progression. This is a fair conclusion and […]