The Network Hub

April 2008

  • Outsourced and automated network skills: Is it the end of the keyboard cowboy?

    Michael Morisy - TechTarget 15 Apr 2008
  • Aside from Angelina Jolie, the movie Hackers just didn't have a whole lot of redeeming factors if you took it too seriously: overwrought dialog, an improbable eco-terrorism plot, and CGI "hacking" ...

  • Cisco to add a job-matching service

    Tessa Parmenter - Contributor 11 Apr 2008
  • Cisco certifications recently reached 1 million but long-time rumors of the program starting an official job matching service may be actualized this summer. In an interview conducted by news writer ...

  • Vint Cerf wows 'em at SHARKFEST

    Susan Fogarty - TechTarget 03 Apr 2008
  • Earlier this week, I wrote a post about the SHARKFEST conference, a small and focused networking event that features some very high-powered speakers, namely Internet pioneer Vint Cerf and protocol ...

  • Lost in Translation

    Michael Morisy - TechTarget 02 Apr 2008
  • So I'm not going quit my day job and run off to The Onion anytime soon, but my recent efforts at spoofing a Cisco announcement did at least fool someone, some of the time. The article stated Cisco ...

  • Win an iPod shuffle -- no joke!

    Ron Richard - Ron Richard Consulting 02 Apr 2008
  • Yesterday was April 1, better known in U.S. office culture as April Fool's Day. Internet news pranks abounded, including the sighting of a Steve Jobs slime mold. On SearchNetworking.com, Michael ...

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