Backed-up data and clear-cut retrieval plans are critical to your recovery from natural disaster, but they’re only half the battle.
SPN Networks’ business continuity strategies take your data backup and disaster recovery plans a step further. They detail the procedures for how you will resume operations after the immediate destruction caused by storm, flood, fire, or theft has been cleaned up. It also assigns roles and responsibilities for getting back to work after less catastrophic events like power outages.
You’ll need to know how your employees will work if they’re forced to move to a temporary location, how to ensure your clients are cared for in the short- and medium-term after disaster, and how to continue generating revenues and satisfying creditors. In short, you’ll need to consider numerous internal and external factors when getting your business back in order.
This is where small businesses go to optimize their users’ ability to work uninterrupted, collaborate freely, and have 24/7 on-demand access to their data and productivity tools.
Minimizing hardware and software maintenance costs plays a large part in a business’s ability to maximize profits, and virtualization is the simple, secure way of achieving it.
Legions of small and mid-sized businesses have realized the productivity-enhancing possibilities and huge savings afforded by switching to an internet-based VoIP phone system.
Also known as DaaS, this is a cloud-computing model that reduces IT expenses, makes budgeting predictable, empowers your mobile workers, and ensures their data is always backed up.