"Managing Strong Authentication: A Guide to Creating an Effective Management System,"
a CA paper written by PDEdit and designed by CA.
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"Tapping the Benefits of IPv6," a white paper for NTT America Inc. written and designed by PDEdit.
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"SIP: The Next Step in Converged IP Communications," written by PDEdit and designed by Cisco.
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"AMD Finds Inventory Control in Serus," a case study for Serus Corp. Written by PDEdit and designed by Serus.
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"SiteDirect: A simpler, faster, more secure approach to VPNs." Written and designed by PDEdit for Array Networks, this is actually a combination case study/white paper. We're always up for trying something different.
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"10G Ethernet helps SoftLayer keep up with demand," a case study for NTT America written and designed by PDEdit.
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PDEdit wrote or revised most of the text for Serus web site.
"IP convergence that knows no boundaries," a 2-page Sprint advertorial written and designed by PDEdit.
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"Experiencing IP Voice," a one-page Shoreline advertorial written and designed by PDEdit. This kind of piece could easily be repurposed as a case sudy.
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"A new Era Dawns in Global Carrier Services," a 4-page, multi-sponsored supplement written and designed by PDEdit for Network World.
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"An Enterprise User's Guidebook to 10G Ethernet." Yes, there was a time when 10G Ethernet warranted its own supplement - a 12-page supplement, no less, written and designed by PDEdit.
Paul Desmond served as Editorial Director for this issue of F5World, a custom magazine published by Network World for F5 Networks. In that capacity, he had responsibility for most story production, all editing and general production flow.
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Paul was also the founding editor-in-chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine, which won the 2006 Jesse H. Neal Award for best start-up publication.
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This poster-size, fold out timeline was sponsored by LinuxNetworX (since acquired by SGI) and ran in a supplement to Network World. It's hard to do it justice online, since unfolding it is half the fun.
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