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com (Staff) IBM's Power servers topped a list of most reliable x86 and Unix machines in a new survey, clocking in at only 15 minutes of unplanned downtime per year.
This basic storage administration typically requires user downtime and manual client reconfigurations.
Companies experience an average of 501 hours of network downtime every year, and, as a result, are losing millions of dollars in annual productivity and revenue, according to a study conducted by Infonetics Research.
Several recent case histories demonstrate how a filtration unit can have a significant impact on production costs through reduced downtime and scrap generation.
GoldenGate for Zero-Downtime Operations captures transactional data and applies it to the target system with close to zero downtime during data migration, ensuring optimal availability of mission critical applications for customers.
Today's businesses require continuous information availability and are unwilling and unable to endure large amounts of infrastructure downtime when delivering on the needs of the business.
At that time the maintenance downtime for the molding lines was out of control at 29.
July 28 /PRNewswire/ -- In a first-of-its-kind survey, business leaders nationwide have indicated that computed downtime has a direct impact on corporate America's bottom line, costing American businesses at least $4 billion last year alone.