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What Ben said all those years ago, still applies today. And with increasing reliance on the network,
business continuity is needed now more than ever.

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Business Continuity For Branch Offices

Time is money. In context of your network, this truth yields two simple equations:

  • Network down-time = money lost
  • Network up-time = money gained

It is that simple. As the network is business critical for every business, maintaining network uptime, or business continuity, is foundational to the bottom line. Alternately, network down-time costs real money, and more.

Your cost of network down-time will depend on many factors, primarily centered on real time applications. The more you have leveraged your network to support real time information and real time transaction flows, your cost of network down-time can balloon quickly. Read more on the Brand Impact of downtime, outages and failures.

The time is money maxim is especially true for distributed enterprises with retail locations, banks, restaurants, kiosks, government offices, distribution centers, or branch offices. The consequences of losing connectivity with headquarters, network operations, and secure payment processors can be severe.

Lost revenue, or branch office productivity are financial risks that must be mitigated. As a result, it’s imperative to maintain network connections at distributed locations have adequate continuity.

With your brand and the bottom line on the line, your choice for reliable, must work business continuity services is critical.

To Wire or to Wireless? That is the Question.

Parting is Such Sorrow.

Best & Best

Both Cisco and Verizon offer answers to these questions and more in the guide for Cisco ISR Best Practices for Verizon LTE, and in the product pages for the Cisco 809, 819, 829 and Private Networking services.

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