What makes planned outages different [Video]


Not all outages are caused by disasters. Some providers must have planned downtime to make improvements and do other work. Planned outages are significantly different from other incidents in a few key ways.

If an outage is planned, an organization can inform its customers and take action to offset this downtime. Perhaps services will be offloaded to another location, or clients might be provided deals to compensate for the outage.

If an organization is expecting a planned power outage, an uninterrupted power supply can be implemented to make up for this service. A UPS unit will seamlessly transfer power and enable operations to continue.

For more information about how a UPS can power your business, stay tuned with ECS.

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