Profile of Edward HorleyPrincipal Solutions Architect, Groupware Technology
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Edward Horley is the author of Practical IPv6 for Windows Administrators from Apress and is a Principal Solutions Architect at Groupware Technology in the San Francisco Bay Area. He is actively involved in IPv6 on the North American IPv6 Task Force and serves as the co-chair of the California IPv6 Task Force. Ed presents on IPv6 regularly at a variety of conferences, including the Rocky Mountain IPv6 Summit, the North American IPv6 Summit, and the Texas IPv6 Summit. He co-chairs and is presenting at the annual gogoNETLive IPv6 conference in Silicon Valley. He has also presented at both Microsoft TechEd North America and Europe in 2012 and presented at TechMentor conferences in Redmond, Orlando, and Las Vegas. In addition he co-chairs the IT professional conference TechDays in San Francisco, which happens annually in the spring. Ed is a 10-time Microsoft MVP awardee (first awarded back in 2004) and has spent the last 18+ years working in networking as an IT professional. He is actively involved in the Pacific IT Pros users group located in Northern California. He received a BS in civil engineering from the University of the Pacific. He enjoys umpiring Women's Lacrosse when he isn't playing around on IPv6 networks. He blogs at www.howfunky.com.
Articles by Edward Horley
posted in January 2014
Carriers and enterprises can try to squeeze as much life out of IPv4 as possible, or make an orderly transition to IPv6 now. Which will you choose?
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