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When servers go silent: An admin's nightmare

Slackers in the office? Must be the boss's kids

Nepotism rears its ugly head when a new timekeeping system reveals two workers' lazy, cheating ways

Back to basics: 5 baffling tech support tales

Kill this key! Use your bionic vision! Play family counselor! These requests are all in a day's work at the help desk

Are you experienced? Not for this IT job

Good luck to the IT manager and assistant separating fact from fiction as they try to fill a networking position

A do-nothing CFO gets the upgrade he deserves

A CFO more interested in golf than in work gets the biggest, baddest machine IT can provide -- but don't look under the hood

Overpromised, underdelivered -- and the joke's on them

Mishaps and misfires pile up when a vendor miscalculates badly on an IT project's scope and cost

Company Casanova leaves trail of broken hearts, busted servers

The office Lothario is the most popular person in the company until his favors go too far -- and catch the president's attention

Step away from the button! 6 touchy tech disasters

It's all fun and games until you bring down the data center with a stray brush of the hand or flick of the finger

Office tyrant: My way or the highway -- hey, come back!

Enough is enough for an IT contractor working under a tempestuous boss who terrorizes the employees

Our fault? Read the project audit and weep

A wise development team brings in the big guns against accusations of mismanagement on a troubled software project

What! Porn in the office? Oh, never mind

A tech pro is charged with monitoring Web use at a family business, but gets an unexpected response when the worst offender is revealed

Paging IT: Please report to the emergency room stat!

A techie rushes to the emergency room when critical equipment goes down -- and uncovers the most basic problem of all

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