The Three Faces of IT
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January 26, 2018
Eighty percent of all New Year’s resolutions fail by the second week of February. These were the findings of a piece that appeared in U.S. News, authored by Dr. Joseph J. Luciani, a clinical psychologist with nearly four decades of practice experience. His premise? All change entails some degree of emotional friction, which in turn generates a “heated state” we call stress. More simply put, while we may set out with the best intentions, everyday circumstances often intervene to sabotage our efforts.
We at NetBrain have identified seven likely resolutions that network engineers may have made heading into 2018. Do any of these sound like you? If so, how are you holding up?
Resolutions are hard, and as the stats bear out, most of us won’t make it through February. However, unlike personal resolutions like laying off the junk food or hitting the gym several nights a week, all the issues above can be addressed through technology.
While we may not be able to help you in your ongoing battle with the scale, NetBrain can help make your job easier, every day. If you are falling short with your network resolutions, check out us out.