Mission critical

Mission critical,

Definition of Mission critical:

  1. (of hardware or software) vital to the functioning of an organization.

  2. Activity, device, service, or system whose failure or disruption in normal business hours will result in the failure of business operations. For example, for an online business, the communication system is mission critical; for a steel mill, water and power supply have the same importance.

How to use Mission critical in a sentence?

  1. Our point of sale system is mission critical to our business, if it goes down we cannot ring up any merchandise.
  2. This is an important consideration if you are thinking about buying mission-critical software from outside your country.
  3. It is mission critical that our email servers are up and running twenty four hours a day seven days a week.
  4. We had a mission critical going on and everyone had to be at their best if we were going to pull through and get out of it.

Meaning of Mission critical & Mission critical Definition