The World in Which in We Live cartoons are created by ROELBOB. Humor, art and technical insight come together to explore the world of modern technology via thought provoking cartoons and illustrations.
Sometimes small things can keep you awake at night.
Any segment of your network can slow you down. The consequences are painful.
Penning a clever cartoon caption could be your ticket to Interop ITX in May.
Never underestimate the value of multi-factor authentication.
Pyramids and cathedrals are so old school.
Happy holidays and a joyous new year to all!
Virtualizing the network solves many problems, but could also create new ones.
There will always be a place where human intelligence is required.
Sometimes the internet will take you to places you never expected to go.
As recent DDoS attacks demonstrated, smart things can make unwise choices.
In networking, every decision has a consequence.
Sometimes there's more to network definition than hubs, firewalls, and routes.
In ancient times before software-defined networking and automation, it was all very manual.
If your end users still write down their passwords on sticky notes, perhaps it's time they got help.
Your Cisco certification won't help you down there.
Look a little closer and there's more to those OSI layers than meets the eye.
Explaining enterprise networking to others can be challenging.
Metal heads have nothing over data center managers.
Does your cable have the fiber you need to get the job done?
As networks become more defined by software, so too will the engineers that run them.
Proximity is everything.
Do size and speed really matter that much? When you're in IT, they do.
Here's an important question every network engineer should be able to answer.
Some companies will take drastic measures to ensure a great WiFi signal. Motivation is everything!
According to Cisco, "You should use static routes in environments where network traffic is predictable and where the network design is simple."