As network complexity increases, the threat of downtime becomes inevitable. Complexities deepen if you are supporting a remote work team or dealing with a surge in real-time applications demands.
Each year, companies lose $26.5 billion in revenue due to IT downtime- either planned or unplanned. With the number one cause of downtime being network failure, followed by usage spikes and surges coming in at close second – there are plenty of ways to minimize the amount of downtime your business experiences.
The Top 2 missed opportunities to avoid downtime are:
- Failing to notice when usage is trending up towards a dangerous level of demand
- Failing to notice that the performance of critical hardware or software application is trending steadily downwards
Through monitoring and analytics capabilities, this actionable data can predict these occurrences, giving IT teams the opportunities to prevent it from occurring.
CIOs and CTOs are being kept up at night over concerns that an outage might derail not only their network, but their entire business. With network reliability being more important than ever, and real-time traffic demands soaking up copious amounts of bandwidth, it’s important to have a solution in place that can ensure business continuity.