As one of the busiest online shopping days of the year, Cyber Monday is not a good time for your IT systems to fail. As the Royal Bank of Scotland knows only too well. The press is full of reports
Researchers at the Centre for Economic & Business Research state mobile phones, cloud computing, email and business software have meant that worker productivity is nearly five times greater than it was in the 1970s and could increase by another 22%
High Availability. Fault Tolerance. What levels of downtime or data loss can your organisation afford? Take a look at our Fault Tolerant Overview. This document defines and highlights the high level features, benefits and limitations of hardware and software
We never cease to be astounded by customers’ responses when we engage in a conversation with them about vMotion or Live Migration. There is a general perception that if you have ‘deployed’ vMotion then you will not experience any downtime.
So how critical is system uptime to your organisation? Uptime or Availability is calculated as a percentage of time that a system is fully operational. When your systems stop, your business stops. Do you want your staff twiddling their thumbs
Have you ever considered what a minute of your company’s time is worth? And what system downtime can cost? How many times have you heard “the system is on go-slow today”? Or “it’s given up the ghost completely”? Many
Now the madness of January is almost over it’s a good time to stand back and take an impartial view of your business. There’s always a list of strategic decisions that need to be made but, somehow, some of
Many organisations have lean manufacturing strategies in place to make them more efficient but could be missing a big part of the picture. No matter how efficient the rest of the business is, if IT isn’t running at full speed
Q: What is the most important things businesses should consider when weighing the importance of preventing downtime? A: While uptime is important for all business applications, some are more worthy than others when it comes to high availability. Before examining
Q: What can businesses do to prevent downtime? A: Whether intentional or not, many retailers leave the door open to downtime despite investments to stop it. Typical approaches rely on rapid recovery from failure, after the damage is already done.