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Your IT should be just as connected as your toothbrush

You’ve seen the ads. Getting your toothbrush connected can improve brushing habits. Getting your home thermostat connected can help you save big bucks. And getting your fridge connected can improve efficiency.  So why not establish a connection that can help your company reduce the cost and disruption of downtime in your IT environment?  

If you haven’t made that connection yet and would like to know how, tune in to the “Get connected and get back to business” webcast on Tuesday,  April 15 at 1:00 p.m. Central Time.

Your IT infrastructure is the backbone of your business, supporting every function in your organization and touching every employee, customer and partner. And it’s getting more complex as you virtualize, converge and move applications to the cloud. According to industry analysts, just one hour of downtime could cost anywhere from $1000,000 to $1,000,000 or more, depending on your business area.  So a connection that can keep downtime costs to a minimum can save you a lot more than a connected thermostat or toothbrush.  

So take a few minutes to attend this webcast and learn how proactive services with remote monitoring and online tools protect your business by preventing problems (up to 66% less downtime), solving problems faster when they do occur, and keeping you better informed and always in control. Here ‘s the information you need to attend:


To get a preview of the webcast content, check out the “What if machines shared more like we do?” video on YouTube.

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