A power failure will certainly affect your business. It may last only a few minutes but still damage sensitive devices like computers or POS.
It is important to prevent these situations from happening. But how? The truth is you can’t control the general power supply. However, you can ensure you have a continuous power supply if you use a UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply).
There are 6 advantages to the use of a UPS in case of a power failure:
|Keeps the network available||Protects the hardware|
|Protects the data||Reduces downtime costs|
|Reduces operational costs||Reduces the environmental impact|