Learn about the major causes and effects of network downtime, and how enterprises are finally addressing the complexity that leads to human errors.
For businesses today whether the goal is achieving "five nines" or "seven nines" of network uptime and availability, this is just the beginning. Even as demands for greater capability in the IT infrastructure grow, pressure is always on to increase availability and operating efficiency.
Network downtime is problematic in any company's existence, costing, in some cases, millions of dollars per day. For this reason, network components and infrastructure equipment are all designed to work seamlessly through upgrades, swap-outs, and even failures, to reduce some of the major causes of downtime.
One serious factor, though, remains an unaddressed challenge: human error. As enterprise networks grow in complexity and size, the likelihood of an honest mistake or oversight causing unforeseen problems grows along with them. Download this complimentary white paper and you'll discover the benefits of:
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