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Why Not Zero?

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JANUARY, 2017

In alignment with Enov8’s own philosophy of “moving IT Resilience left” (and avoiding that crisis moment), a group of leading technology companies have announced they will work together on the establishment of a new “Zero Outage” industry standard. A standard to safeguard quality and reliability of IT infrastructure.

The common objective of the consortium is to maximize availability and end-user satisfaction by improving stability and security by defining an industry best practice based on a Zero Outage framework. Enov8 will be following this closely and ensuring EcoSystem RM is a leading platform to help deliver on this initiative.

Zero Outage IT Resilience

Learn more: Zero Outage Article.

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