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10 Nerdy Gifts For Networking Pros

Does your favorite IT guy or gal have just about every Dr. Who, Star Wars or Star Trek collectible known to man? Are you looking for something a little different for that geeky loved-one or fellow cube-dweller? Have no fear, Network Computing has come to the rescue with this year's ultimate IT gift guide. We've got a range of gifts appropriate for stocking stuffers, gift exchanges, employee appreciation gifts and just plain old fun gifts for roommates or family members.
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Price:$1.88-$2.99

A security breach, software rollout or upcoming compliance inspection can certainly make the IT department feel like the zombie apocalypse is upon them. And it's those times when caffeine is an absolute survival necessity. Having a bandoleer of energy drinks at hand could help a lot. ZombieBlast is a two-ounce, sugar-free energy shooter with tons of caffeine, B-vitamins and a spiffy reusable shotgun-shell-shaped bottle that will look pretty cool sitting on a desk alongside various cartoon bendy-toys.

 

Ericka Chickowski specializes in coverage of information technology and business innovation. She has focused on information security for the better part of a decade and regularly writes about the security industry as a contributor to Dark Reading.  View Full Bio

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