the most important aspects of keeping a company image positive is the ability
to convey you are dependable. With this quality associated to your brand, you
will have a better chance of people having no hesitance in buying your product
or using your service.
That is especially true for
businesses that rely on data centers to serve and support customers—which, by
the way, is just about all significantly sized businesses! Most of us, as consumers, have experienced
outages of some type, whether to a favorite online shopping site, to an
internet service provider or email supplier, or other. Depending on the company and the outage
severity, reaction from the public can be swift and harsh. Think about that—don’t you want to prevent
things like that from happening within your organization or at least decrease
the impact when something goes wrong?
and data center downtime can be attributed to human error, and tracking down
the faults can be timely and costly. CommScope’s imVision solution can help track down faults if they happen on the physical
layer of your infrastructure. For example, imVision’s can inform you—in real
time—when a patch cord has been inserted or removed from your system. If a tech
removed something that he or she shouldn't have, imVision will email the network
administrator and provide a detailed alert so they can resolve it in a timely
manner. Another innovative feature involves notifying you when a critical
device is down. Within the software, you can tag a device as ‘critical’. If the
system sees it go offline, then an automatic notification is sent via email.
the imVision solution in place, you can cut the mean time to resolution from
hours to minutes. As with accidental downtime, the price tag of such outages
can be very costly depending on the industry. There are many more advantages to
using the imVision product—learn more at www.commscope.com/imvision.
have any questions about imVision and its ability to help save
your organization’s image, leave a message below and I will be sure to respond.
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