Facing unplanned downtime and reduced productivity?

Facing unplanned downtime and reduced productivity?

Despite developments in infrastructure robustness, organizations still face software, hardware, network, and database downtime, ranging from short periods to closing the business for days.

Unplanned downtime has been impacting companies in multiple ways:

  • Reduce profitability – this is the most direct effect
  • Harm business reputation and loyalty
  • Compliance impacts – if you have SLA’s or performance guarantees, 100% response times to your customers
  • Potential remedial costs – overtime costs to recover the work lost

All these negatively affect your organization’s performance and productivity. 100% uptime is crucial for organizations today, which depends on IT both for employee productivity and a competitive differentiation to stay ahead. So how can you prevent unplanned downtime and hampered productivity?

Choosing an infrastructure solution that best suits your business needs

The right cloud strategy promises a lot:

Minimal recovery time – With cloud-based disaster recovery, the backup environment will be ready to serve your mission critical applications the moment any incident is detected at the primary sites. Once end-users have been transferred to the cloud environment, organizations can get to work repairing the primary site rapidly to cut the amount of time spent utilizing the recovery site.

Compliance and security solutions – Cloud vendors stay up to date with the state-of-the-art industry standards and compliance certifications. Single-tenant cloud users enjoy an additional layer of security as there’s no chance of their data being compromised, accessed by unauthorized users or mixed with another company’s data.

Elastic infrastructure – Cloud-based services are ideal for businesses with growing or fluctuating demands. The cloud provides the agility to easily scale up as demands grow, and scale down again as per the need. So, the customers can add more users, storage, and features over time. The benefit of this flexibility is that companies only have to pay for what they need and use.

Reduced CAPEX – Cloud computing helps bring down the high cost of infrastructure. The pay-as-you-go option allows for a subscription-based model, where you only pay for services procured rather than overbuying resources.

Not on the cloud yet?

If you are looking to protect your IT environment and shorten the backup and recovery time, we can help you move to the cloud.

As Value Added Reseller (VAR) of major cloud services providers, Advaiya brings together consulting, migration, operations and licensing services enabling you to adopt cloud technologies in the most fruitful manner seamlessly.

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Posted by Shaista RG

Shaista is involved in digital marketing and social selling for global organizations. As a part of Advaiya marketing team, she looks into the ideation, copywriting, blogging, PR & brand messaging. With over four years of experience in digital marketing, she is responsible for driving online visibility with content, search engine optimization, social media marketing, analytics, and more. She is a writing enthusiast and a lover of all things pink.

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