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Channel Your Inner Scout: Always Prepared with VoIP [Infographic]
October 1st, 2015

Channel Your Inner Scout: Always Prepared with VoIP [Infographic]

Susan Vorodi

Disaster recovery and business continuity plans are essential for every business – large or small. View the following infographic to learn why including VoIP in your disaster recovery plan is vital to...

Disaster recovery and business continuity plans are essential for every business – large or small. View the following infographic to learn why including VoIP in your disaster recovery plan is vital to getting your business back up and running.

As the saying goes, always prepare for the worst while hoping for the best. If a disaster – natural or otherwise – hits your business, are you prepared to quickly restore operations? The following infographic illustrates how with VoIP as an integral part of your disaster recovery plan, you are ready to quickly restore vital communications following a power failure, network failure, or hardware or software error.

Read the original article, Avoiding Disaster: Top Reasons to Make VoIP Part of Your Proactive Disaster Recovery Strategy.

Be prepared.

Don’t let a disaster disrupt your business.  In the following infographic, learn about the top 5 areas most impacted by disaster:

  1. Employee productivity
  2. Loss of employee morale
  3. Lost business opportunities
  4. Lost revenue
  5. Loss of customer confidence

Do you have a plan?

View the infographic to learn why a fully-documented disaster recovery and business continuity plan is essential for every business. You’ll find out why you should build a successful disaster recovery plan focused on:

  • Data – remote storage and backup available from anywhere with an Internet connection
  • Communication – alternate lines for phones and email server
  • People – backups of those who can take charge; ensuring employee know what to do
  • Alternate location – a place for infrastructure to maintain critical business functions
  • Offsite jobs – a list of jobs, equipment and who will perform them

View the infographic below to learn how VoIP disaster recovery can help you prepare for and quickly recover from the worst.

View the infographic

Channel Your Inner Scout: Always Prepared with VoIP [Infographic]

Read the original article, Avoiding Disaster: Top Reasons to Make VoIP Part of Your Proactive Disaster Recovery Strategy.


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