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You might use some sort of basic server monitoring already, but there can still be delays between the time a server crashes and when the IT team is notified.
When troubleshooting network issues, you need to not only see which users and applications are using the network, but also how efficiently they are using it.
Despite its frequent vilification, it is worth the time to investigate how well the network is delivering applications.