VoIP, cloud help business recover from Sandy

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VoIP, cloud help business recover from Sandy

One of the most burdensome actions to complete after a disaster is restore operations to their former state. Many residents and businesses have not yet be able to begin those procedures following Hurricane Sandy, but certain technologies can help make the transition a little easier – namely VoIP and cloud.

A recent article from Resource Nation looks at the advantage of VoIP services. Megan Webb-Morgan looks at all the most significant factors, including cost efficiency, analytics and mobility, but it’s her last point that is especially poignant today – emergency recovery time.

By using a hosted VoIP server, businesses are protected against the possibility of losing access to their communication tools. If employees can’t make it to the office, they can still use the service from a laptop or mobile phone and not miss a beat. If that is paired with a cloud computing solution, businesses can still function like normal, even in a hurricane.

CRN examined how cloud technology is helping organizations recover from Hurricane Sandy. In the piece, a number of managed IT consultants are interviewed about the benefits of cloud technology.

“One of the most understated use cases for the cloud is disaster recovery,” said Zeus Kerravala – founder and principal analyst with ZK Research, a networking and cloud research firm – who was interviewed by CRN. “The cloud is built for backup and recovery, with geographically dispersed networks.”

While recovering from a disaster like Hurricane Sandy takes time, a well thought-out preparedness plan can make the process a little easier. IT consulting firms like CTI Technology can help businesses of any size audit their infrastructure to ensure it can hold up to a storm and be ready to go in the aftermath.

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CRN examined how cloud technology is helping organizations recover from Hurricane Sandy. In the piece, a number of managed IT consultants are interviewed about the benefits of cloud technology.

By | 2012-10-31T15:27:43+00:00 October 31st, 2012|Nationwide Solutions|0 Comments

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