A sluggish network can mean cranky users, loss of productivity, and big headaches for the IT staff. But solving–and even preventing–slowdowns is a whole lot easier when you know the most likely culprits.IT consultant Erik Eckel has identified some performance-compromising issues that small business IT pros may encounter, including bad NICs, failing routers/switches, IP conflicts, and DNS errors. He explains how problems can occur and what you can do about them. Click here to download the article.
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Tips for troubleshooting slowdowns in small business networks
By Toni Bowers
June 20, 2008, 7:43 AM PDT
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