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Why Does Network Continuity Matter to Small Businesses?

  • Courtney Christensen
  • Jun 16, 2017 11:19:00 AM
  • IT Blog

Blog Header Template (6)-1.pngIt's thunderstorm season, which means you are more at risk for natural disasters bringing down your network. A thunderstorm can be devastating to your business if it takes out your electricity (and therefore your network). How will you continue to serve your clients, customers, or patients without access to the network? How much money could this cost you?

Today's businesses rely on technology more than ever before. Innovations like cloud-based applications, VoIP, and mobile devices keep things moving along -- as long as they're working properly. At the heart of all this technology is your network. Without it, business, communication, and transactions all stop. Money will be lost, and it can be a real-life nightmare for any business.

So why should you care? Your customers.  If your network goes down, so too will your reputation with your customers. You will experience poor business performance, and in turn, customer satisfaction suffers. The bottom line: in today's competitive landscape businesses, no matter their size, can't afford to be offline. 

Fortunately, there is a way to keep your network working - even during a natural disaster (or even in the more likely event of network loss due to cybercriminals). This is where Network Continuity comes in. Network Continuity means never having to worry about your Internet service, and having a seamless, uninterrupted, always connected network operation. 

As your managed service provider about a networking solution, and to help you create a disaster recovery plan to prevent the worst from happening. Have the peace of mind and the confidence that your network will be there when you need it. 

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