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The internet just went down in the middle of the day. Again. Insert expletive. As if on cue, the phones start ringing off the hook with users griping about the outage and pestering you with questions about how long it’ll take to be back online. Just another day in the life of an underappreciated IT worker. It doesn’t have to be this way.
Instead, you could be the IT superhero who saves the day by preventing downtime behind-the-scenes so that most users don’t even know a crisis was averted.
Which outcome would you prefer? The choice is yours.
Internet outages kill productivity and profit. Near perfect uptime ensures reliable access to the cloud-based applications that power today’s businesses. Whether you handle IT for a small rural coffee shop using mobile card readers to accept credit card payments or you’re part of a Fortune 500 company managing a corporate network across hundreds of locations, making sure user access to the internet is available 24/7/365 is an important — albeit sometimes thankless — job.
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