For the winners of last month's caption contest, Telco Transformation went with the Socratic Method: I asked cartoonist John Klossner to submit his favorite captions and then had my 10-year-old daughter select the top three winners.
By doing so, we've covered the gamut from a professional cartoonist to the largely Tabula rasa mind of a 10-year-old.
"At least these employees don't waste a lot of time surfing the internet," by mhhf1ve
The winner of the $100 Amazon Gift Card is: "At least these employees don't waste a lot of time surfing the internet," by mhhf1ve.
In second-place, but first-place for most entries, for the $75 Amazon card: "They're really good at picking out bugs," by Joe Stanganelli.
The winner of third-place and the $50 Amazon card is: "Mailchimp HQ—Welcome to MailChimp," by faryl.
Congrats to the winners. Thanks again for all of the great entries and we'll post the July caption contest soon.
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Automation, APIs and lifecycle service orchestration
The continued evolution of SDN-based solutions and SDN in networks, including SD-WAN, dynamic cloud connections and scalable Ethernet and security solutions.