Try Restarting

Back to the basics - have you tried restarting?

We recently learned that even the advanced Boeing 787s need something as simple as a restart every 51 days to prevent data errors.

This might sound surprisingly straightforward, but it's an essential step for ensuring the aircraft's safety and functionality. It's a fascinating reflection of how, in our world brimming with complex technologies, sometimes the simplest solutions are the most effective.

This fact about the 787 remarkably mirrors the classic piece of IT advice we've all heard: 'Have you tried turning it off and on again?' It's a humorous reminder, but it underscores a fundamental truth in both aviation and IT - sometimes, resetting is the key to solving complex problems. This principle isn't just limited to technology; it can be applied in various aspects of business and life. Whether it's taking a step back to reassess a strategy, or simply taking a moment to breathe and reboot our minds amidst a hectic day, the power of a 'restart' can be quite astonishing.

So next time you encounter a seemingly insurmountable problem, whether it be in your personal life, in technology, or in business strategy, remember the Boeing 787. Sometimes the solution is simpler than we think.

Try Restarting
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