Welcome to the New Networking Newsletter

Our new networking newsletter keeps our signature mix of expert guidance and in-the-trenches advice while expanding on our mission to keep networking professionals abreast of developments in IT's most far-reaching discipline.

By Michael Hall | Posted Feb 2, 2010
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Welcome to the new Internet.com networking newsletter. For over a decade, Enterprise Networking Planet has been bringing you our signature mix of top quality, high-level guidance and in-the-trenches advice, serving an audience as diverse as the networking world itself. We understand that the modern enterprise network has become the lifeblood of organizations, touching every aspect of business.

Our writers have established themselves in the real world as network administrators and respected consultants, and they bring that experience to their work here. Rather than repeating tired press releases or rehashing specs you can find in any product brochure, they provide the insight you need to put together a modern network that serves your business needs.

With our new format, we’re improving what we bring you and we’re stepping up the pace. Besides insightful analysis and practical information, we’re adding a faster moving news feed, more information direct from leading networking vendors, and a selection of the best content from around the Web. Each day you can expect:

In the coming months, be on the lookout for professional video tutorials, networking community surveys and more. And if you think there’s something we’re missing, let us know: We’re here to help you do your job, keep your network running, and stay abreast of happenings in the one IT discipline that allows all the others to connect. If there’s some way we can do that better, please get in touch with me at mhall@internet.com.

Michael Hall is senior managing editor of Internet.com’s Networking Segment.

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