Show 29 – IT is about SKILLS not Business

This week on the Packet Pushers we had


Josh O’Brien @joshobrien77

Matthew Norwood @matthewnorwood

Jeremy Filliben @jfilliben

Marko Milovejic @icemarkom

Topics Discussed

  • Matthew recently posted about Myths of IT where he points out the IT people don’t REALLY need business skills just commonsense.
  • Looking back at Cisco’s marketing for the year. Hah!
  • How the future of Cisco networking products looking …. not too good.
  • What do you do during your commute. If you have one (don’t be hating Jeremy because he works from home)
  • And lost of other stuff. Listen in to the general chat from this week.


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About Greg Ferro

Greg Ferro is a Network Engineer/Architect, mostly focussed on Data Centre, Security Infrastructure, and recently Virtualization. He has over 20 years in IT, in wide range of employers working as a freelance consultant including Finance, Service Providers and Online Companies. He is CCIE#6920 and has a few ideas about the world, but not enough to really count.

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