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A/NZ firms fail to detect technical issues - until customers report them
A PagerDuty survey says that 42% of firms only uncover major technology issues from their customers.
Threat alerts in Australia on the rise but majority are fake - Cisco
The study interviewed almost 2,000 security professionals, 209 of which were Australian CISOs.
App downtime costs businesses over $700k per event
One hour of business-critical application downtime can cost larger companies $144,062.52 per hour, with an average repair time of over five hours.
Connectivity downtime costs local business over $4,000/hour
Ruckus Networks’ State of Wi-Fi survey finds almost half of Australian organisations deal with Wi-Fi downtime up to five times per month.
Downtime a crippling issue in APAC State of Wi-Fi Study
Ruckus has released findings from its study of 1200 organizations in APAC who collectively have lost US$53m from downtime in the last 12 months.
Hardware maintenance the way it should be - fast, reliable, affordable
“One of the major benefits of moving our equipment over to Interactive was the faster turnaround when our equipment fails.”
Will IIoT take us to the cloud or closer to the edge?
Are cloud data centers sufficiently equipped to deal with the volume and speed of the data generated in large production facilities?
Kiwi SMBs strengthen their cyber defences as threats rise
Results from the survey found that 89% of SMBs have signed up for security solutions to protect against threats.
Chaos in the cloud: Majority of organisations moving to the cloud aren't prepared for an outage
“Getting this right means less downtime, financial impact, loss of customers' trust and damage to brand reputation."
5 big ideas that data center professionals would have never imagined 50 years ago
Nostalgia is nice, but in this day and age, technology advancements are too good to ignore.
Veeam’s latest solution for preventing costly downtime
Veeam’s business continuity solution can save enterprise companies an average of $300,000 per hour of downtime.
5 ways to reduce data center operations costs
There’s no getting around the fact that owning and operating a data center is expensive.
Facing a hidden truth: Running data centers is not your core competency
If these challenges sound at all familiar, know you’re not alone – every data center owner/operator has them.
Retailers, don’t be left in the dark by technology this Black Friday
Australian retailers face higher online cart abandonment than anywhere in the world.
Survey finds key IT concerns – 87% suffer downtime of an hour or more
Ixia, a Keysight Business, has released the findings from new research that delved into the concerns of IT professionals around the world.
How data center pod frames can shorten IT room deployment time by over 20%
"Every day your data center isn’t operational is another day you’re not generating revenue ."
How to restore customer loyalty after a data breach
In this day and age, data breaches and IT downtime are almost inevitable.
Enterprise infrastructure migration waits for no one
As data center demands grow, what’s the effect on enterprise’s infrastructure and how will that impact manageability and potential downtime?
The missing link in your disaster recovery strategy
Say the words “disaster recovery” and people will typically assume you're referring to data backup. This is important - but it doesn't go far enough.
2017 to bring army of IT threats bigger than ever before: Are you prepared?
49% of businesses surveyed had a failure in 2016 that required the use of a DR solution to resume operations - here's what you can expect this year.
Disaster recovery: The vital criteria
"To avoid downtime and ensure continuous operations, it’s essential to have a solid disaster recovery plan in place."
Downtime and delays cost Aussie businesses up to $825M a year
"The conundrum facing IT decision makers is how to predict and prevent performance bottlenecks before users perceive a slowdown in responsiveness."
Downtime not an option: today, it’s all about availability
When an always-on approach is no longer ideal but necessary, the conversation has changed from backup to availability.