How to Avoid Being the Network Turkey

In honor of the Thanksgiving holiday, we’ve put together a few handy tips on how to avoid becoming the network turkey. While many may enjoy it at the family dinner table, nobody wants to be the turkey at work, causing disruptions for their coworkers and organization.

Jason Baudreau

November 22, 2018

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In the fast-paced technology environment, problems are going to arise. What is important is to eliminate the self-inflicted issues that can cause long delays and downtime. There are certainly enough problems to go around without creating new ones that are completely avoidable. Here are five self-inflicted network wounds to avoid becoming the network turkey in your organization. (Image: Shutterstock)

About the Author(s)

Jason Baudreau

Jason Baudreau is a director of product atNetBrain Technologies.Prior to joining NetBrain, Jason was a Sr. Systems Engineer at RaytheonNetworkCentric Systems where he developed, implemented, and managednetworks for several customers including The United States Army and The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. Jason has experience in multiple facets of engineering including design, system integration, and troubleshooting complex systems. Jason holds a BS in Electrical & Computer Engineering from Northeastern University and an MS in Systems Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute.

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