On average, infrastructure failure costs large enterprises $100,000 per hour.*

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Step 1: Simplify troubleshooting

Ask yourself

Are you spending too much time and money on network troubleshooting?

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You can increase effectiveness and reduce costs of network monitoring and troubleshooting by centralizing analytics across all network devices.

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Benefits: Reduce the burden on your team, respond faster to disruptions, gain insights into real-time and historical events, and drastically improve issue resolution.

Did you know?

34% of network managers use 11 or more tools for network monitoring and troubleshooting.

Source: EMA Research, Digital Enterprises Require a Next-Generation Wireless Platform, 2018.

Step 2: Improve wireless

Ask yourself

Is it challenging to maintain a consistently good user experience on your wireless network?

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By improving visibility into wireless channel conditions, interference, congestion, and data throughput performance, you can proactively prevent degradation and downtime.

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Benefits: Improve the mobile user experience and prevent wireless problems before they occur.

Did you know?

Incident response is in the top three resource-intensive activities.

Source: Cisco and McKinsey automation research, 2017.

Step 3: Analyze WAN

Ask yourself

Can you identify network problems that are happening outside your campus?

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Built on disparate networks that are outside the control of IT, the WAN is often difficult to pinpoint problems or monitor.

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Benefits: Extend network and service visibility and assurance across the WAN with advanced analytics.

Did you know?

For 35% of failures, remediation takes 1 to 12 hours.

Source: IDC, DevOps and the Cost of Downtime: Fortune 1000 Best Practice Metrics Quantified, Stephen Elliott, 2014.

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Step 4: Assure applications

Ask yourself

Can you predict the consequences of network changes in your data center before you make them?

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By extending assurance across your data center, you can predict the effect of network changes before you make them.

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Benefits: Make changes confidently and increase change agility while reducing the risk of network failures caused by human errors. Constantly monitor application performance to make sure it meets business needs.

Did you know?

For 17% of infrastructure failures, time to repair is in days rather than hours.

Source: IDC, DevOps and the Cost of Downtime: Fortune 1000 Best Practice Metrics Quantified, Stephen Elliott, 2014.

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