Monthly Archives: March 2011

Who Do You Trust?

Let me start off by reminding you that I work for a corporation that is considered an end-user of technology services. I am not a consultant and I don’t work for a vendor. I do a lot of vendor research … Continue reading

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Things Worth Reading – 29 March 2011

  Some of the more interesting things I have read courtesy of RSS feeds, Twitter, Google searches, e-mail, and….. well, you get the idea. E911 and Energy Efficiency – A deadly combination? Mark Fletcher makes a great point about phone … Continue reading

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I apologize in advance for the length of this post! Introduction Quick! Make me a list of parts needed for an enterprise wireless rollout covering a couple of large buildings with a requirement for 2.4GHz and 5GHz radios. Pretend the … Continue reading

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HP Networking – Part 2(More vision…)

If you haven’t read my first post on HP Networking, you can read it here. I covered the marketing aspect of it. In this second post, I wanted to talk about the technical approach that HP is taking. However, there … Continue reading

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HP Networking – The Vision(As I Understand It)

As part of Tech Field Day 5, I got a chance to sit in on multiple briefings from HP. I was very interested to hear about their particular product set and how it fits within the data center. The following … Continue reading

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