I’m Tom Hollingsworth. I’ve spent been in the Information Technology industry since 2001. I’ve worked with enterprise networking and wireless, server virtualization, and unified communications. A large part of my career was spent in the K-12 education market, so I look at many things from the perspective of education IT. Nothing like the perspective you get from working with enterprise-class networks on small business budgets.
I am CCIE #29213, as well as holding a variety of certifications from Novell, Microsoft, VMware, and ISC2.
I am currently an Event Lead on the Tech Field Day event series, focusing on networking and wireless events. I help enhance interactions between social media influencers and members of the greater IT community.
What I Do
I write about technology and trends in the industry. I analyze networking topics and provide insight and explanation. I also participate in industry events and podcasts in the same capacity. I use my unique perspective to help the community understand difficult technology topics.
I also help encourage writers in the community to begin blogging and create better, more engaging content. By adding voices to the community, everyone benefits from the knowledge and perspective of the members.
What I Don’t Do
This blog is my own personal creation. It represents my thoughts and perspectives. It is not open for sponsored posts or guest blogging of any kind. It has been and will continue to be a repository for my own content.
I also do not provide technical support for issues. And posts that contain technical content are provided for information reasons only. Any steps described that fall outside of supported actions are not the responsiblity of the writer.
The opinions expressed on this blog are my own. The do not represent any employer past or present and should not be construed in such a manner as to be representititve of any organization.
Blog content is ©2010-2016 by Tom Hollingsworth & networkingnerd.net. Please feel free to quote my writing or link back to my articles, but do not appropriate my content and pass it off as your own. I’ll send the Tumblbeasts to your house.