Downtime can be costly – as much as $10,000 an hour – and it often takes a long time to get things back online once they are out. Outages can happen because of hackers, software malfunctions, power outages and more, but the one thing that can get you back online quickly is monitoring your systems so you know exactly when an outage occurs and can respond immediately. Current systems rely pretty heavily on automation, which can be a blessing and a curse. Learn more about the cost of downtime from the infographic below.
Equities Contributor: Maggie Kimberl
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