Brad Wilson

I have been in the networking industry for over 25 years, learning a great deal along the way. As a coach and consultant, I get to live my passion by sharing with and learning from others. Knowledge transfer is key in our digital age. To stay ahead of the curve in our rapidly changing environment, I developed a new tool that incorporates what I’ve learned along the way to output information you can use to determine the best future path. That software is called Brad in the Box (bitB).

Why Go with Dynamic Route-Driven Hierarchical Network Maps?

For years, radial network maps were the most commonly-used layout for handling data. However, as most tech industry aficionados can attest, "most common" does not necessarily mean "the best." For example, radial network maps are great for very high-level drawings. However, the map does not follow a logical layout or show the path used to move traffic to and from the Internet. Sure, the maps are great at filling white space and displaying more network devices. Still, whether you zoom in or out, there just isn't any logical flow.

Combatting Transaction Slowdowns in Cloud-Ready Applications

Your app’s transaction time is five to six seconds on the LAN, why is it 30 seconds for cloud...

What are the different types of Network Topology Maps, and what do they include?

Let’s start this discussion with troubleshooting networks. I’m not sure about you, but I need a...

7 Amazing Things You Can Do with Dynamic Network Mapping Software

In today’s interconnected world, the more you know about your network and how it functions, the...

Why do businesses need dynamic network mapping software?

Since the onset of the pandemic in 2020, businesses were coerced to instantly transform how they...