CertMag’s Ed Tittel Honored for Contributions

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Certification Magazine’s technology editor Ed Tittel was one of five individuals recognized by The Network Professional Association (NPA) for outstanding achievements within the network computing industry. Each winner at the NPA’s third annual awards ceremony received a specially designed and personalized trophy, several book selections and access to Safari Online Books compliments of Que and Sams Publishing, and a one-year membership in the NPA.

“These awards demonstrate our continued recognition of professionals in the field of networking who have achieved success through innovation and commitment,” said Jim Belasco, NPA chairman of the board. “By teaming with NetWorld+Interop, the NPA enhances the prestige and visibility of award winners while continuing the awards as a standard ceremony at this definitive annual networking event.”

 

Ed Tittel was honored with the Best Networking Professional Career Achievement Award. Tittel is technology editor for Certification Magazine, and is a veteran world-renowned expert in training, certification and IT technologies with more than 120 books to his credit, innumerable articles and an extensive background in program development, senior management, speaking, teaching, editing, consulting and research.

 

“I am both honored and delighted to have been chosen for the 2004 NPA Career Achievement Award, especially since it puts me in the same category as my esteemed colleagues John McHale and Stephen Ibaraki. I hope to continue to warrant the award and its recognition, and am always glad to do what I can to help IT professionals prepare for and manage career development, growth and advancement. In some small part, I hope my contributions to Certification Magazine have helped IT professionals already,” said Tittel.

 

Other winners included:

 

 

  • Steve Stevenson – NPA Outstanding Mentor.
  • Paul Laux – Most Innovative Networking Project or Implementation, Corporate Fortune X.
  • Matt Fahl – Most Innovative Networking Project or Implementation, Corporate Small Business.
  • David Turner – Most Innovative Networking Project or Implementation, Independent Network Contractor.

 

For more information, visit http://www.interop.com.

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