Weekly Blog Series: Mobility Solutions

As we switch our focus from Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity to Mobility Solutions, it’s hard not to reflect on the impact of Tropical Storm Debby on bay area businesses.

Area bridges were closed due to high winds, which made commuting difficult, if not dangerous.   Street flooding caused the closure of many office buildings – ours included.  These factors caused many businesses to decide to shut down operations for at least a day, in some cases for 2 or 3 days.

And meanwhile, the sharks were circling nearby……the type of sharks that have been waiting for the opportunity to steal your business.

In terms of storms, Debby ranks as an inconvenience more than anything else.  After a few days, the bay area was back to normal.  The waters had receded, bridges were reopened and save for wind-damaged trees and pool enclosures, it was back to business as usual.  The talk around town less “time to rebuild” and more “time to play catch up” or “I’m so behind.  Thanks Debby!”

When your business has a continuity plan in place, especially one that includes mobility solutions, you don’t have to worry about having to play that catch up game.  You can send one company-wide email alerting your employees to work remotely.  With one click of the mouse, your employees’ business phones will be routed to the phone of their choosing – mobile or landline.  That means your customers will continue to receive service, and deals will continue to be made.

Over the next few weeks, we will be showcasing our different mobility solutions that can be tailored to fit the needs of your organization.  Whether you are looking to set up a remote facility quickly, or allow your employees to work remotely in case of emergency, our solutions will ensure that the sharks will not capture your business because you are unreachable.  Click here to learn more.


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