A Webex Wedding: This Cisco Family Shares How Webex Saved the Day
Luis and Liz are a brother & sister working at Cisco. When global events kept family from attending Liz's wedding, Luis helped to save the day with Cisco tech - before walking Liz down the aisle!
What's the perfect way to show you #LoveWhereYouWork? Shawnita recruited her husband and mom to work at Cisco too!
From The Marine Corps to Cisco Network Engineer – One Veteran’s Journey
From Marine Corps, fire fighter, and air traffic controler to Network Engineer - Leighton S. shares his journey to Cisco.
#CiscoChampion Radio, S3|Ep. 12: What can DevNet do for Network Engineers?
#CiscoChampion Radio is a podcast series by Cisco Champions as technologists. Today we’re discussing what DevNet can do for Network Engineers with Cisco expert Chris Oggerino. Get the Podcast Listen to this episode Download this episode (right-click on the episode’s download button) View this episode in iTunes Cisco Guest Chris Oggerino (@coggerin), Cisco DevNet Cisco Champion Hosts Bill Carter […]
So You Want to be a Network Engineer. Here’s Where You Should Start!
First lets talk about what a Network Engineer is. According to The Free On-line Dictionary of Computing. Retrieved April 27, 2015, from Dictionary.com website a Network Engineer is: “A high-level LAN /WAN technician who plans, implements and supports network solutions between multiple platforms. A network engineer installs and maintains local area network hardware and software, […]
Is Networking Cool — Again? Yup!
I don’t think that anyone can deny that being in the IT industry at this time is exciting and interesting. It’s also exhausting. There is a ton of hyperbole floating...
We all start at Square One
I’ve been thinking about what to write for a while now. I’m involved in some really cool projects right now, pervasive wifi in a theme park, using CMX with many zones at that same theme park and upgrading some public schools to newer equipment with full coverage wifi in the classrooms. I think each of […]
The “Next Gen” Network Engineer
A subject very close to my heart at the moment is what skills I will need to have in order to support the Next Generation of Software Defined and Application...
Guest Blog: Migrating High Density University Networks to 802.11ac
Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Joe Rogers, Associate Director of Network Engineering for the University of South Florida (USF). Hear Joe speak about his experiences with next-generation wireless in high density environments on next Tuesday’s webinar: “Migrating Enterprise Networks to 802.11ac” at 10am PST (Dec 17) (Register here) Joe Rogers is the Associate […]