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How to minimize the chances of equipment failure [Video]

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 maintained can significantly impact its reliability. Power surges deteriorate equipment parts over time, along with normal wear and tear. This can lead to unexpected hardware issues and expensive fixes.

To minimize the chance of equipment failure, organizations must establish a schedule of preventive maintenance. This will help identify issues and address them before they cause damage. For more information on overcoming downtime and outages, contact ECS today.

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