Teamwork - Network Installation

I've been wanting to write a blog for a little while now on the subject of teamwork. This, of course, is against the backdrop of what we do as a company - network design and commission. For many outsiders, it's a surprise to see that there's actually a fair bit of manual work in network deployment, and there in lies the great opportunity to work and[…]
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The Long Road to Cisco CCIE Emeritus

I took my Cisco CCIE around 18 years ago now, but like everyone who's attempted the lab, you don't forget it quickly! Passing the lab is no easy feat - there's a pre-qualification exam, followed by the lab itself. I've heard it said that 80% of people that start the CCIE journey never pass, so there's a reason it's right up there with the hardest[…]
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Travels in Silicon Valley - facebook and Google

I paid homage to the tech companies in Silicon Valley while on holiday (geeky I know). Having worked with Cisco technologies for over twenty five years now, I just wanted to take a look at the Cisco campus and see for myself what it looked like - might as well throw in a few other tech companies while I was at it, I thought.
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Travels - Uros Islands

I took a trip to South America at Christmas a few years back and on the itinerary was Peru - Machu Picchu and Lake Titicaca. A lot of trips to Machu Picchu start from Cusco, which is where we flew in to. Travelling to Lake Titicaca is a bit of a hike, its fair to say. Let's hear more!
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Japan Land of (mostly) High Technology

It seems like an eternity ago now, but a few years ago, I went on holiday to Japan. Japan is a country with a lot of high tech of course. It can be a complicated maze to navigate sometimes though!
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Wi-Fi Travels in Canada

In December 2015, I was travelling to Canada and along the way took note of the Wi-Fi installations. I know it's a bit geeky.. when you work in Wi-Fi a while you kind of naturally end up looking at the ceiling in a lot of buildings.. and assessing how well Wi-Fi is installed when you travel overseas.
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Human Factors in Network Deployment

I work for a Cisco Partner who employs around 15 engineers, predominantly designing and optimising Wireless networks. We were awarded an amazing opportunity in the first quarter of 2020 : designing and implementing the wired and wireless network for a hospital destined as a COVID recovery facility. And best of all: have it operational in 6 weeks of[…]
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Free eBook: Top 8 Secrets to Great Wi-Fi.

FREE eBook Download: Top 8 Secrets to Great Wi-Fi We all love Wi-Fi these days – whether at work, travelling or just at home with Netflix. Wi-Fi has become both ubiquitous and something we truly rely on for our day-to-day work; it’s become business critical for many companies.
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Travels with Wi-Fi: In-Flight Wi-Fi

Now that we're starting to get back into the air.. let's take a look at some travels with Wi-Fi: In flight Wi-Fi to be precise!
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Bringing Our Wi-Fi Expertise to the Home

In today's digital age, a strong and reliable Wi-Fi connection is the lifeblood of our homes. Whether you're streaming your favourite shows, working from home, or connecting with loved ones, a well-optimized home Wi-Fi network is essential. As experts in this space here are some best practices for setting up and maintaining a fast and reliable home[…]
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