You can’t afford downtime—its cost to a modern company can easily exceed $500,000 per hour. According to Dunn & Bradstreet, the productivity impact of downtime alone is estimated at more than $46 million per year for a Fortune 500 enterprise. That’s a lot of millions. And as the reliance on networks grows in the coming years, those numbers are only going to increase. So the question isn’t really whether or not downtime is an option (clearly, it’s not). The real question is why downtime still occurs. There are a few reasons why.
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