As we often remind readers, backup plans are critical for all aspects of running a business. If your internal network or internet connection goes down for any length of time, it could be a disaster in terms of lost productivity and sales.
Hughes, provider of broadband satellite networks, has recently introduced a satellite plan specifically to provide automatic satellite backup in the event of a landline failure. (We covered Hughes’ satellite internet and private networks here.)
“The best time to respond to a disaster or any outage is before it happens,” said Sam Baumel, assistant vice president at Hughes. “A relatively small investment of time and money now, especially with hurricane season in full swing, may make the difference in a business staying in business, and not losing its private network or Internet connectivity when it occurs.”
Find out more at www.business.hughesnet.com.
Laura Leites, Assistant Editor, Smallbiztechnology.com
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