Networking, Server Failures Continue to Trigger Regular Outages


Infrastructure and networking issues are the most common cause of system outages, with server hardware failures close behind, a new report reveals, with 95 percent of organisations globally still facing unexpected down time: each lasting an average of 117 minutes. (There’s a reason for #hugops).

Such outages cost not just hair loss for CIOs/heads of IT and their teams, but financial losses too: One hour of downtime for a “high-priority” application is estimated by disaster recovery specialist Veeam (which conducted the report, based on the survey of 1,500 senior IT workers globally) to cost $67,651.


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