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President & Lead Network Architect, West Gate Networks
Blog Posts: 20

Andrew has well over a decade of enterprise networking under his belt through his consulting practice, which specializes in enterprise network architectures and datacenter build-outs and prior experience at organizations such as State Farm Insurance, United Airlines and the University of Chicago Medical Center. Having lived and worked in South East Asia for nearly three years, Andrew possesses a unique international business and technology perspective. When he's not consulting, Andrew enjoys writing technical blogs and is the author of two Cisco certification study guides published by Sybex.

Articles by Andrew Froehlich

Where Is Your Cloud?

7/23/2014
Depending on its location, a cloud data center may be at risk of natural or man-made disasters. Be sure to weigh the risks of the physical location of your data.

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Why IBM May Abandon SDN

2/18/2014
The news that IBM may sell its software-defined networking division seems to fly in the face of reason. Why exit a burgeoning market? The answer may be more obvious than you think.

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The Buck Stops At BYOC

1/29/2014
IT professionals gave into user demands with BYOD. But allowing employees to mix corporate data and personal clouds is going a step too far.

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Don't Give Up On OpenStack

12/5/2013
Analysts may be bad mouthing OpenStack, but all the open-source cloud platform needs is a well-defined technology roadmap to become a contender in the enterprise.

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