David Scott Brown
Throughout his career, David has worn many hats. He has been a writer, a network engineer, a world traveler, a musician.
As a networking professional, David has had a varied career. David started out troubleshooting frame relay and x.25 with Sprint, and soon moved to Global One, the international alliance with Deutsche Telekom and France Telecom. Since then, he has worked for many national and multinational network providers and equipment vendors, including Sprint, Deutsche Telekom, British Telecom, Equant (Global One), Telekom Austria, Vodafone, o2/Telefonica, ePlus, Nortel, Ericsson, Hutchison 3G, ZTE, and Huawei.
As a writer, David's portfolio includes technical articles, short stories, poetry, song lyrics, journals, novels, essays, and content marketing. A stint as a Poet-in-Residence was one of David's first paid writing engagements. Since then he has primarily written work-related documents, including problem assessments and local working instructions.
David is also a world traveler and musician. He was based in Frankfurt, Germany, for 13 years as a freelance technical professional. Currently he provides musical entertainment across America to seniors, an activity that works hand-in-hand with his freelance writing career.
Recent Questions by David Scott Brown
- How does software-defined networking differ from virtual networking?
- What is the difference between convergence, hyperconvergence and superconvergence in cloud computing?
- What are the benefits of converged infrastructure in cloud computing?
- How do companies maximize uptime?
- Why is it important to have change management tools in place for enterprise systems?
Recent Articles by David Scott Brown
All Articles by David Scott Brown
- The Future of IT Infrastructure: Superconvergence
- Your Car, Your Computer: ECUs and the Controller Area Network
- IT Infrastructure: How to Keep Up
- 7 Reasons Why You Need a Database Management System
- The Work of a Technical Writer
- The Cyber War Against Terrorism
- Network Virtualization: A New Framework
- Professional Organizations for IT Engineers
- Is It Time for You to Start That Tech Blog?
- Why Most Organizations Need a Knowledge Base
- Preparations for the Creation of an Online Store
- Build Your Business with Content Marketing
- Is It Time to Refresh Your Office Technology?
- The Antikythera Mechanism: The World's Oldest Analog Computer
- The Role of IT in Medical Diagnosis
- Professor Donald Lupo and the Internet of Everything
- Architects and Builders of the Internet Cathedral
- Using the Method of Procedure (MOP) for Effective Network Change Control
- Open Source and the Spirit of Unrestrained Participation
- The Importance of Communication Skills for Technical Professionals
- The Women of ENIAC: Programming Pioneers
- The Future of 5G Mobile: The IMT Vision
- The Role of KPIs in Network Management
- IT Skills: Your Passport to Adventure
- The Role of Diameter Signaling in Today's Networks
- Thinking Machines: The Artificial Intelligence Debate
- 7 Computing Manifestos That Changed the World
- Ada Lovelace, Enchantress of Numbers
- Milestones in Digital Computing
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