Unplanned Data Center outages cost $9000 per minute loss to companies!

Emerson and the Ponemon Institute survey conducted on 63 data center organizations in US has revealed some astonishing facts on data center outages. The survey which was conducted by Emerson Company which provides critical infrastructure for Information and communications technology systems and The Ponemon Institute which is an independent research firm revealed that the financial loss through data center outages rose from $505,502 in 2010 to $690,204 in 2013 to $740,357 in 2015.

According to the survey, the average total cost per minute of an unplanned outage enhanced from $5,617 in 2010 to $7,908 in 2013 to $8,851 in 2015.

One of the key findings of the survey revealed that maximum downtime costs are rising faster than average, increasing to 81% since 2010 to a current high of $2,409,991.

UPS system failures is said to be the number one cause of unplanned data center outages, accounting for one quarter of all such events. Cyber crime is also accounted as one of the reasons for unplanned data center outages.

Thus, the survey confirms one thing to all those who have server farms and that is to start focusing on their data center infrastructure in order to avoid outages which can prove devastating to their entire business.

This is where you can take the help of Dynamic Network Factory. Whether you are planning to upgrade your data center infrastructure or interested in laying a new one; DNF can help you in doing so as it has IT evaluation specialists, whose primary interest is to give the service seeker a clear understanding of where they stand and, based on their goals and environment, an optimized IT roadmap can be designed to serve their needs.

DNF Corporation has deep knowledge in cabling and infrastructure, power and cooling, rack layout and design, security and management practices. All of these elements when put together in the right way can provide long-lasting IT systems which can prove as operationally efficient systems for any company.

Just call 510 265 1122 and start the conversation or click on the web link and fill in the form to get a call from an expert.


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