With its minimum of mechanical parts and what feels like guaranteed service from the local utility, some owners and operators may be lulled into believing the power system runs on its own and they only need to pay attention to the IT equipment.
Research into the true costs and frequency of enterprise network outages reveals the importance of network resilience
May 19, 2020
More than half of senior IT decision-makers and network managers globally say they have had four or more network outages lasting more than 30 minutes in the past year, costing between $300,000 and $6 million in downtime, according to a recent study commissioned by Opengear.
As a result of COVID-19, we have to broaden our definition of disaster preparedness to include events that might not impact the physical world or our facilities but that still leave us operating in a changed environment — one that requires rapid responses and flexibility.
Welcome to the new decade, where uber-scale is the new normal. I can’t even keep track of the new data centers announced last year. We seem to have mastered the art of data center power delivery systems at scales that were previously unimaginable.
Many business owners or IT managers overlook what unanticipated downtime could mean for their business. In fact, many are well-prepared for planned downtime events (such as migrations, scheduled maintenance, etc.). However, when the unexpected happens, they are stuck between a rock and a hard place.
Business success is often linked to understanding and deploying the right technologies. From artificial intelligence and automation to line of business applications, it can be difficult to cut through the hype to understand which technologies are truly innovative and impactful.
A new LogicMonitor study of 300 IT decision-makers examined the impact infrastructure and software brownouts and outages have on organizations in North America, the United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand, and if such events are preventable
Core and edge data center downtime can cost businesses millions — with a major impact on critical applications. This webinar will explore the impacts of downtime in core data centers and at the network edge. Dr. Larry Ponemon, chairman and founder of the Ponemon Institute, and Kyle Keeper, vice president of global AC power for Vertiv, will explore the attitudes surrounding downtime mitigation from edge to core and the actions most often taken to prevent future events.