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3 common power quality issues [Video]

Power quality is essential to keeping critical systems operating effectively. However, the rising need for continual supply is straining legacy power systems. There are a few power quality issues that you should watch for: If your system experiences short interruptions for a few seconds, it could

How to keep operating during a power outage [Video]

Power outages significantly impact business operations, and it's becoming more important than ever to be prepared. With 70 percent of businesses anticipated to lose power sometime in the next 12 months, there are some things that you can do to keep operating during an outage: Organizations

Avoiding power surges in your business [Video]

Your hardware might seem to be running appropriately, but power surges within your facility could be degrading your equipment right under your nose. These surges can lead to hardware failures and downtime, impacting your operations. Protecting against power surges will help avoid downtime and equipment

Protecting patients during a power outage

Power outages can be a chaotic and stressful time for any business, but when lives are on the line, it's important to address the problem quickly. Illnesses and injuries don't take a break, and it's important for medical professionals to be ready to handle any

How to minimize the chances of equipment failure [Video]

With an hour of downtime costing more than $100,000, it’s important for organizations to take action to prevent these instances. Equipment failure is a major driver of outages, but there are strategies that can help minimize the chance of equipment failure. How hardware is stored and

What is the actual cost of equipment failure?

The prospect of an equipment failure is enough to keep any IT professional up at night. Organizations rely on their hardware to work optimally at all times to support critical business processes and data, but when something goes wrong, the consequences can be dire. Let's take