Citrix: The Hidden Costs of IT Infrastructures
Your IT network might be costing your business more money than you realize.In Australia, network outages equate to almost two weeks (71 hours) of lost productivity per employee per year — for a 50-person company that’s the equivalent of wasting A$144,563 every 12 months.
The situation isn’t much better in New Zealand, where the cost of poor network performance is more than six days (52 hours) lost productivity per employee. To put a monetary value on it, that’s NZ$66,399 down the drain a year.
To make matters worse, for businesses on both sides of the Tasman state, this lost productivity adversely impacts revenue sources, making the real loss even greater.
But financial and productivity losses are just the tip of the iceberg. Underperforming networks can also leave many businesses without the ability to accurately capture and analyze data, as well as effectively engage and collaborate with customers and employees in a timely and meaningful manner.
These are just some of the findings from our Tech Research Asia report, The Impact of Poor Network Performance on Business Goals and Costs, which we launched in Australia and New Zealand this week.
Read the entire article here, The Hidden Costs of IT Infrastructures
via the fine folks at Citrix Systems, Inc.