Could your organisation afford to be without Internet access for 24 hours?
At Yellowspring, we like to ask a pertinent question – and we also support a number of clients within the Property sector, so we already know what the answer is…
Internet continuity may sound like something expensive to implement – but when your business has such a significant reliance upon hosted web services, email and electronic transaction processing, is it something that can be ignored?
The good news is that Yellowspring have a number of low cost solutions to the problem. There has never been a better time to either upgrade your single ADSL based line to a fully managed fibre service. Prices are around 50% less that they were just 18 months ago.
Alternatively for just a few hundred pounds, it is possible to implement a second Internet line to your company network, and (using the latest firewall technology) you could double your bandwidth and provision a comprehensive Internet failover solution.
It’s all about lowering the risk, improving the performance to your e-services and at the same time increasing your staff productivity.
According to the Office of National Statistics a single hour of downtime is said to cost a small business an average of £800 and a large commercial organisation £8,500. The effects of a power cut on a business can include:
• Loss of unsaved data on PC
• Damage to sensitive it equipment
• Missed deadlines
• Interrupted production runs
• No access to e-commerce websites
To learn more about Yellowsprings managed solutions and low cost internet connectivity products, contact our offices to speak to Maria West on 01268 494101 or email: email@example.com.