Stupid users, clueless execs, bumbling bosses -- you expect trouble from them. But what happens when a colleague within IT is responsible for that fateful flick of the wrist? In this case, a near disaster.
The tech pro should know better when tasked with determining which servers are to be decommissioned in a large, bustling data center. Be it a brain fart, bad judgement, or simple ignorance, he hones in on a critical management server -- then unplugs it, takes it to his desk, and reformats the hard drive.
This major mistake unleashes a tidal wave of problems related to the firewalls, backups, and that database. Unsurprisingly, the techie is transferred before he could strike again.