Are You to Blame for Network Outages?
If a network outage happens on your watch, the pressure is going to come down on you. Customers expect the network to be available 100% of the time. The higher-ups pass that responsibility squarely on your shoulders.
But a significant percentage of network outages happen because of factors beyond your control. No technology is perfect. Equipment failures are a fact of life.
But that doesn't mean network outages can't be stopped. The right alarm monitoring will alert you to network problems before they cause an outage.
A network outage isn't a failure — it's a wake-up call that you need better tools and better information about your network to do your job right.
Check out the full story in the new White Paper:
"How to Fight Network Outages and Win"