So what’s the true cost of downtime?
A third of websites experience downtime every month, and 90% of organizations have unexpectedly lost access to their critical systems. Website outages can last, on average, 7.9 hours in North America and 10.3 hours in Europe. For a society so dependent on connectivity such outages are extremely costly for organizations whose customers expect high availability anytime, anywhere.
This infographic compiled by Peer 1 Hosting outlines the true cost of website downtime, including the top five downtime disasters you never want to experience, including: damaged reputation, lost revenue, weakened loyalty, reduced productivity, and regulatory and compliance costs. It also details how organizations can proactively avoid downtime with a strategic Web hosting and cloud provider.