Quoting <6ur8zomuul.fsf at zork.zork.net>
by Paul J Collins <sneakums at zork.net>:
> DM> The emphasis is on total cost, factoring costs of equipment,
> DM> training, service contracts, downtime, etc. etc. in.
> Reliability was mentioned because downtime is bad, not as a possible
> justification for skimping on training. That's all I was trying to
Why is downtime bad? For businesses, it's not so much the embarrasment
as the cost in lost business and solving whatever caused the downtime
they don't like. Training is a cost offset by the downtime cost of an
untrained person killing the system.
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