Nagios Helps Telecommunications Leaders
Meeting Customers’ Expectations
Global telecommunications leaders like AT&T, Verizon, Vodafone and others have high expectations by their customers that are getting increasingly difficult to maintain with a plethora of new communications mediums coming online at an ever increasing rate. As most communications providers have an ever extending network to maintain both private and Internet connected, the amount of downtime expected is zero.
Telecommunications leaders need to operate 24 hours a day with zero downtime to meet these expectations.
Keeping Everyone Online
Leaders in the telecommunications industry choose Nagios to keep their equipment online and functioning when it is needed most.
By deploying a Nagios solution, leading communications companies can benefit from Nagios’ comprehensive monitoring and alerting capabilities. By providing pro-active alerts downtime can be drastically reduced, keeping systems online and the data moving.
Monitoring of key performance metrics provides invaluable information necessary to plan and budget for future system upgrades, or prepare for required maintenance.
Delivering on Critical Missions
Many telecommunications leaders also operate and maintain telecommunications systems for law enforcement, fire, and rescue and they need to be online and fully functional even in the event that the mass communications systems and Internet are impaired.
By implementing Nagios, telecommunications leaders can receive instant notifications of website and system outages that can affect their public image, operational efficiency, meet customer expectations, and provide reliable service. Once alerted, IT staff can resolve problems more quickly, thus lessening the impact of outages, reducing or eliminating downtime.
Telecommunications companies implementing Nagios can:
- Improved customer expectations
- Improved website availability
- Improved public visibility and credibility
- Improved ROI on IT systems
- Improved operation efficiency
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