One in three companies has declared at least one disaster or suffered a significant disruption in during the past five years.
Let’s face it, no matter how much you try to prevent it – downtime happens. It’s how you respond to it that makes the difference between a minor inconvenience and a major outage.
If you’re interested in understanding the impact of downtime to your organization – and what steps you can take to improve your response – download the eBook, “Making the Case for Real-Time Incident Management.”
Average cost of a data center outage
Rate at which outage costs are increasing
Impact of application failure in SMB and Enterprise organizations
Average downtime cost and resolution time by the minute
How DevOps practices are evolving to minimize the impact of downtime
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