Do you understand the differences between disaster recovery planning and business continuity planning? Is your business ready to handle an unexpected disruption, whether it’s from a high-impact natural disaster or a brief service outage? Emergency preparedness is a requirement for businesses of all sizes, and should be a detailed part of your technology planning. With Unified Communications playing an ever-increasing role in the success of your day-to-day operations, it’s critical for your business to also have a plan to address communication system downtime.
Join Matthew Hilton, Digium’s VoIP expert, for our latest webinar, “Business Continuity, Disaster Recovery, and High-Availability: Understanding How to Protect Your Business.” Matthew will review best practices for protecting your business and discuss need-to-know terminology, such as high-availability and redundancy. He’ll help breakdown the real cost of downtime to your business, especially when it comes to your communications systems, and help you better understand the choices available for today’s advanced Unified Communications deployments.
In the webinar, you’ll learn:
Differences between business continuity and disaster recovery plans
How much downtime your business can afford and the cost to protect against it
What to consider when it comes to high-availability and redundancy
Best practices for mitigating your losses
How Unified Communications systems play into business continuity and disaster recovery plans
This all-new webinar is geared towards anyone looking for basic information on business continuity planning, and especially those wondering how it relates to their phone system. Whether you are technical or not, you will gain valuable knowledge about the IP PBX space and the choices that must be made when evaluating your next phone system.