Business Critical definition

Business Critical means any function identified in any Statement of Work as Business Critical.
Business Critical means any function identified in any Statement of Work as Business Critical. “Chronic Failure” is defined in any applicable Service Level Agreements.
Business Critical means an incident where 50% or more Endpoints are unusable and significantly impacting business.

Examples of Business Critical in a sentence

  • The termination of the Service will not affect any tiered pricing levels.(c) Root Cause Analysis will be performed on any Business Critical outage(s) or outage(s) on Services when requested by the Contract Administrator.

  • It should be noted that the Customer shall report Business Critical Incidents via telephone only.

  • Root Cause Analysis will be performed on any Business Critical outage(s) or outage(s) on Services when requested by the Contract Administrator.

  • Business Critical Any function identified in any Statement of Work as Business Critical.

  • The Interactive CoS is policed to a maximum bandwidth.- Business Critical: This CoS supports mission-critical business data applications.


More Definitions of Business Critical

Business Critical means loss that directly impacts a Mission Critical function, or directly impacts a business unit’s primary function is considered Business Critical. “Confidential Information” means information with restricted access limited to those individuals with a need to know. “Mission Critical” means a loss that directly impacts Our ability to Book, Build, Ship, Order, Pay, Close or Communicate is considered Mission Critical.
Business Critical means loss that indirectly impacts a Mission Critical function, or directly impacts a business unit’s primary function.
Business Critical means any Asset, system or function where its failure would result in the failure of business operations to a Contracting Authority;
Business Critical means a major problem that is preventing part or all of the business from operating and/or causing significant financial loss.
Business Critical means support is needed to fix a high priority issue immediately, as a core function of the software is impaired or inoperable.
Business Critical means any condition that is not an equipment outage, but is deemed by Nortel to be critical to maintaining goodwill with its affected customer.