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Torrance Gordon, Senior Network Engineer, Network Engineering

Torrance Gordon is a new senior network engineer on the Network Monitoring and Tools team. Prior to his Emory work, Torrance spent five years as a chief automations engineer at HP|DXC Technology. He also spent three years as a network applications engineer at SunTrust Bank. Torrance also previously worked at Emory as an operating systems […]

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LITS Networking Team seeks to dramatically improve hospital wireless usability

There is an upcoming effort to consolidate wireless services in the Emory University Healthcare. The plan is to move specific devices off of shared network services, then combine the remaining services into one network. This effort is made possible, in part, by leveraging the recent investment in EmoryGuest. The devices that are being moved to […]

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Wireless improvements across network services

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It has been a busy year for LITS Network Engineering. With all of the wireless improvements across Network Services, there are clearly a lot of good things going on. The following is a list of some of the work that has kept the team busy. Monitor Everything phase 2 – All wireless access points (APs) and […]

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Jason Nguyen, Network Engineer, Network Engineering

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Jason Nguyen (pronounced WIN) recently became one of the newest network engineers on the Network Engineering Run team. Before coming to Emory, he worked at Georgia Tech as a data center specialist for about six and a half years. Prior to that, he spent two years with Web.com as a systems administrator. Jason also worked as a technical analyst with Citigroup for […]

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