Stop the Firefights: How to Fend Off System Downtime and Slowdowns

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Download "Have you ever worked 24/7 in the war room, pursuing one false lead after another as you try to end business disruptions that cost on average $9,000 a minute? It's a heavy burden to bear, and it's time to stop the stress.
In the guide, "Stop the Firefights: How to Fend off System Downtime and Slowdowns," you'll discover:
- What you need to monitor to minimize slowdowns and downtime (it may be more than you think)
- How to find bottlenecks before they disrupt business, so you can get your life back
- How to end the finger pointing and guesswork by rapidly determining who is responsible

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