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You don't have to look any further than ill-timed power-outages to know #colocation   and   #datacenters  can save your business' revenue, when others are screeching to a halt.
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/your-revenue-keeping-steven-haal

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My number one question when talking to SMB owners is “What is your tolerance for downtime?” To no surprise the answer is always “Zero”. Their email and intellectual data are crucial to the success of their business and any data loss would be obviously devastating.

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59% of Fortune 500 companies experience a minimum of 1.6 hours of downtime per week. This means that if you take the average Fortune 500 company (at least 10,000 employees) paid an average of $56 per hour, including benefits ($40 per hour salary + $16 per hour in benefits). The labor part of downtime costs for an organization this size would be $896,000 weekly, translating into more than $46 million per year.
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