The Network Hub

July 2008

Network management and monitoring

  • Is pervasive mobility perverse?

    Tessa Parmenter - Contributor 11 Jul 2008
  • In my last post I quoted a description of a phone from Craig Raine's poem “A Martian Sends A Postcard Home:" "In homes, a haunted apparatus sleeps, that snores when you pick it up. If the ghost ...

  • Cisco: No quick turnaround for tech spending

    Michael Morisy - TechTarget 10 Jul 2008
  • Those hoping for a major boost in IT budgets shouldn't hold their breaths: Cisco CEO John Chambers said he doesn't expect a sales rally for at least five quarters, sending the companies shares on a ...

  • Good times at Cisco Live! (Networkers)

    Ron Richard - Ron Richard Consulting 09 Jul 2008
  • I promised to write more about Networkers, and here it is already almost two weeks later, and I haven't followed through. For the moment, instead, I'll share my personal videos from Orlando: One of ...

  • Can your access point help arrest a thief?

    Michael Morisy - TechTarget 09 Jul 2008
  • I got a chance to meet with the fine folks over at wireless networking vendor Colubris for the first time yesterday, and they were kind enough to give me a tour of their offices as well as explain ...

  • The IT Guy: The binary tattoo

    Ron Richard - Ron Richard Consulting 08 Jul 2008
  • "Angelina looks cool, but a tattoo in binary would be so inefficient!" > View all our IT Guy cartoons on

  • Cisco certifications aren't what they used to be

    Michael Morisy - TechTarget 02 Jul 2008
  • We knew the economy was bad, but did Cisco really have to drop their impressive medallions for plastic plaques? Arden Packeer, CCIE 20716, blogged the run up to his CCIE: Routing & Switching ...

  • What's up with WhatsUpGold

    Ron Richard - Ron Richard Consulting 01 Jul 2008
  • I just happened to be sitting next to an Ipswitch representative on my flight from Boston to Orlando last week for Cisco Networkers, so I decided to stop by their booth and take a look at their ...