The Real Costs Of Planned And Unplanned Downtime

Downtime is a period when technology services are unavailable to users. There are two types of downtime. Planned downtime is scheduled, for the purpose of implementing upgrades and configuration changes. Unplanned downtime is unexpected it is caused by circumstances such as systemwide failures and power outages. Both types pose significant costs to businesses.

This whitepaper covers: 

1. The cost of downtime on an organization.

2. The data recovery process and any potential loss of revenue.

3. How new technologies can increase resiliency and decrease both planned and unplanned downtime. 

 Software Development
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