Problems & Issues
No remote backups - everything is just on-site
Slow networks with speeds fluctuating at peak times
Risk of all systems being on-site - no disaster recovery if site is compromised
Stop Losing Connectivity & Data
Resilience and the ability to keep working in the face of any disruption are crucial to protecting your reputation, maintaining customer loyalty and attracting new business.
Many businesses have poor network infrastructures that leave them more vulnerable to network failures and the disruptive events of natural disasters.
Poor performing internet connectivity has caused the day-to-day operations of nearly 40% of all companies to completely stop.
More than a third of all businesses still don’t back up their data.
44% of firms still rely on external storage devices for their backup, despite the risk of theft or loss.
Investing in the right technologies and practices helps improve business resilience. From higher bandwidth connectivity solutions that are more resilient by design to increasing your reliance on cloud rather than hardware technologies. Getting the right mix helps reduce your likelihood of a disruptive event and improves your ability to keep working, should you suffer damage to your physical infrastructure.
Technologies, Solutions & Strategies
Cloud backup systems help you to survive failure of your onsite systems and keep working with critical access to your data, files, applications and communications.Find out about Managed Backups from PSU
High bandwidth connectivity such as leased lines help improve reliability, as they are resilient by design. A private, uncontended connection and the option of an auto failover, enable leased lines to maximise service uptime and reliability. Move large amounts of data faster, so staff have the tools they need to be more productive.Business Grade Connectivity
An Ethernet connection enables you to prioritise data traffic by deploying Quality of Service (QoS) mechanisms onto your network. QoS means you can always access what’s most important for your business. And the ability of QoS to provision sufficient bandwidth, as and when it’s needed, makes it easy to run bandwidth hungry applications like VoIP & video conferencing, irrespective of any other demands across your network.
Cloud-based desktops and telephone systems offer remote access to your data, applications and voice systems from anywhere. This helps you to keep essential customer communication lines open and continue to meet your service uptime requirements, regardless of any damage caused to your office infrastructure.Hosted Telephony
Increasing resilience is critical to keeping you moving, but it also improves the way others perceive your business. This helps nurture a corporate identity that is more attractive for others to do business with and systems & operations that are better aligned to supporting growth.