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As companies become increasingly dependent on technology, the probability of experiencing system failures or unavailability also increases. Downtime represents real costs due to lost productivity, lost business opportunities, recovery expenses, and other harmful ripple effects.
Use this tool to calculate the following:
- One-time downtime costs
- Projected annual downtime costs
- Payback analysis for downtime-prevention investments/initiatives
Quantify downtime costs, understand its effect on the bottom line, and realize the importance of downtime-prevention investments.