You may have noticed a change when visiting the Network Computing site.
We recently launched a new version of the site. It offers a cleaner, modern look. And beyond beautification, we now include several features to make it easier to find the information relevant to your job.
About halfway down the home page, you will find articles by our featured writers. Some of our contributors have a sizeable following. Maybe you'll discover a favorite by perusing the most recent articles written by our contributors.
A bit lower in the page, we've broken out recent articles by topic. Again, the purpose is to make it easier for you to find relevant information faster. Whether it's Networking, Data Centers, Cloud Infrastructure, or something else, you can get an instant peek at four or five of the most recent articles in each topic area with a glance of the page.
We know that our slideshow series is very popular. You may have noticed a technical issue with some of those slideshows after the migration, however. Please note that our development team is working to fix the bug affecting the past shows and that we are working on some fresh slideshow features as well.
What hasn't changed?
The one thing that we kept the same is our coverage. We aim to provide community members with in-depth analysis on new and emerging infrastructure technologies, real-world advice on implementation and operations, and practical strategies for improving their skills and advancing their careers.
We will accomplish this as we have done in the past by bringing together experienced editors, expert consultants, and IT professionals -- providing a forum for them to solve problems, exchange ideas and build relationships.
In the coming year, our contributors will help us expand our coverage to include the newest infrastructure technologies and issues that impact organizations today. We'll be looking into intent-based networking (IBN), 5G, AI Ops, and more. And we plan to bring you more articles careers and training.
If you have not done so already, take a closer look at the site and explore its new features.
We welcome your comments.