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A free infographic that examines the business issues related to downtime

The ability to access the internet has become a utility as important to most businesses as having electricity and water. Yet when connectivity problems occur and download/upload speeds are erratic, many businesses choose to simply live with the issue of downtime.

Whilst most businesses are affected from time to time, at what point should alarm bells start ringing?

Click the infographic below to learn more about the issue of downtime.

 

 

The Great British Downtime Debacle

 

 

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