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The real costs of hardware failure [Video]

The real costs of hardware failure [Video]

When everything’s running properly, it’s hard to think of what can happen when important assets go down. Hardware isn’t invincible, and without proper maintenance, major failures may occur.

Unexpected outages cost enterprises $700 billion a year, and the price tag is on the rise. Hardware failure represented 55 percent of all downtime events impacting SMBs, and 40 percent for businesses overall, making it the biggest culprit of these situations.

When hardware fails, organizations must scramble to expedite parts and fix the issue quickly to minimize recovery expenses. Rather than take this risk, it’s important to establish a preventive maintenance plan for your important assets and UPS systems. To find out more about reducing the chance and costs of hardware failure, stay tuned with ECS.

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