Over twenty plus years, Greg has worked Sales, Technical and IT Management but mostly he does Network Engineering and Design. Today he works as a freelance consultant for F100 companies in the UK focusing on Data Centers, Security and Operational Automation. He does actual networking during the day and has clouds in his pockets. He believes that cloud computing is just a new focus on technical operations, that software quality is vital and networking is the unrealized future of everything because it's all about bandwidth. At night he finds it cathartic to write about networking at Network Compting and also at his blog . Because someone asked, he also talks about networking at http://packetpushers.net. He is known for practical opinions, technical viewpoints and being graceful when getting it wrong. Mostly.
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