What is Network downtime?
Network downtime is a period when a system (or services) is unavailable. The outage happens when a system fails to provide or perform its primary function. Reliability, availability, recovery, and unavailability are related concepts. A few minutes of disruption can have a significant impact, regardless of the size of your network and the type of business. According to Gartner, an outage costs a business on average around $5,600 per minute. Beyond the direct loss in revenue, downtime has a ripple effect across multiple areas of your business resulting in lost productivity, inefficiency, bad user experience, and damage of reputation. A myriad of factors leads to downtime – human error, hardware failure, power issues, and security flaws.
Netenrich lets you dig deeper into productivity of your network with granular insights. We help automate data analysis across the landscape, reducing the time, expense, and complexities of investigating blind spots manually throughout your distributed offices. Additionally, you can view performance data on a single screen to identify issues before they affect remote workers. It helps support service level agreements and manage business continuity without hampering customer relations.