A phone line or broadband connection can go down at any time, are you ready if it does?
Keep essential communications up and running, with as little downtime possible, with a personalised business continuity plan for your telecommunications.
Adverse weather conditions mean that, in winter, the chances of experiencing a down phone line or network outage, increase drastically. We only need to look back on the last couple of years to see the devastation that winter storms have brought to both homes and businesses. Prevention is always better than restoration, so applying business continuity now can benefit you in the long run.
Disaster Recovery at Yellowcom
Business and communication go hand in hand, so when your broadband goes down, this can cause great strain on your business. That's why we are offering you a free disaster recovery survey, to help establish any extra precautions that can be put into place if your broadband or power were to go down unexpectedly. At Yellowcom, we always aim to provide the best service possible and resolve any issues promptly, however, applying these systems can help safeguard your day to day communications.
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What Disaster Recovery Can Help Cover
Of course, adverse weather during the winter is only one scenario that can cause your communications to go down. We have all experienced some sort of difficulty with technology at one point or another, that's why we have a dedicated team of qualified engineers on hand to assist with any issues that you may be experiencing. Disaster recovery can allow your system to stay up and running whilst our team find a solution to the problem. Any number of things can affect your communications;
- Power outage
- Network outage
- Road closers
- Gas leak
Personalised Disaster Recovery Telecommunications Plans
At Yellowcom, we will analyse different threats to your business and recommend a strategy that will give you total peace of mind. We believe in being proactive to prevent problems that may arise and have a variety of preventative solutions on hand if things do unfortunately go wrong. Packages are fully tailored your business’s needs and there are options available to help ensure that you are getting the most out of your Business Continuity Plan.
We offer customised disaster recovery solutions to suit the level of support you require, at a cost that works for your business. Our engineers can offer you free, no obligation advice on how you can prepare for your system going down. Multiple sites? You can also tailor plans for each site separately to suit your needs for each.
Automatic Failover – business calls will be automatically diverted to a mobile phone if the system goes down.
On Demand Call Diverts – easy to use app allows you to set up call diverts as and when you need. Increasing your flexibility and saving time in the process.
Temporarily Convert Traditional Phone Line to Digital – if your PBX line goes down, this allows you to have a backup by temporarily converting your traditional landline to a digital phone system.
Automatic Failover – set up a secondary/third broadband line to ensure you have a backup.
Additional Router – home broadband not up to speed? We can provide you with an additional router to improve home working.
UPS System - uninterruptible power supply works as a backup power supply in the event of an outage.
Business Continuity Benefits
Opting for a business continuity plan now can save you a lot of hassle later on. Some of the many benefits include;
How many calls from potential customers would you miss if your phone line went down? Business Continuity can help ensure that your downtime is reduced to a minimum when you are faced with adversity.
Downtime on your broadband may mean that opportunities for your business are missed. In the competitive world of business, you want to be responsive and quick off the mark. Disaster recovery from Yellowcom helps you stay connected.
A disaster recovery plan is a cost-effective solution to keep operations up and running if your system were to go down. If you are reliant on the internet for day to day activity, then a few hours of downtime could end up costing your business time and money.
The average loss of power in the UK lasts 50 minutes. This may not sound a lot, but less than 1 hour of downtime can cost small businesses up to an estimated £800.
If you would like to add to your disaster recovery plan you can! As stated before, we can offer multiple levels of recovery to suit you.
Having a backup system in place can help put your mind at ease, knowing that you don't need to worry if your primary system goes down. For much of the time with disaster recovery, you will not be able to tell that there is even an issue. As the system will automatically kick in when it needs to, keeping you seamlessly connected.
Still not sure if disaster recovery is right for you? Get in touch today and one of our experienced engineers will give you a free, no-obligation site survey!