If a business can’t access its information, is it still in business? Data center outages cost an average of $8,851 per minute, according to a 2016 report published by Emerson Network Power. Researchers from the Uptime Institute recently noted that up to 70 percent of these types of disruptions stem from human error. And how can you protect your mission-critical operations in this environment?
Most people struggle to maximize the value of their mobile devices, perhaps because their core competencies lie elsewhere. Similarly, executives at companies of all sizes may have more pressing matters to attend to than their data centers. So it may not be surprising that data center owners face challenges in areas such as: operations, compliance and staffing challenges.
This white paper from Stream Data Centers examines the struggles companies of all sizes encounter when faced with unexpected downtime, and why Stream Data Centers has created a specialized practice that provides Critical Environments Services (CES) to ensure these challenges never happen.
What organization can afford less than the best from its critical environments operations?
Download the report to learn how CES addresses critical environment challenges so executives can focus on running their businesses.