Developing a disaster recovery plan used to mean your IT staff would need to re-configure your business phone system so it could be recovered successfully. If you’re an up and coming business, you may not have that kind of unlimited resources for equipment and infrastructure.
This is where cloud communication can help.
Cloud-based phone systems have terrific system recovery capabilities and business continuity in the face of any outage. They are hosted virtually, so there is no need for concern about the types of disastrous scenarios that used to disrupt on-premise or landline phone services.
Phone line cut? No problem! Cloud-based systems are totally unaffected. In the event of an Internet service disruption, phone calls can be re-routed to backup cell phone numbers or other business offices.
3 Benefits of Cloud-Based Phone Systems
- Your phones stay up and running – always. Even if a total outage strikes, wiping out your office’s power and Internet service, cloud-based phone systems allow employees to connect from anywhere — their home, a coffee shop, or wherever they can tap into power and a data connection.
- Redundancy is built into the architecture in all of the applications. This ensures that the system isolates any issues and the redundancy allows you to troubleshoot during business hours rather than coming in after-hours.
- Business phone systems that are cloud based are completely scalable. If you need to re-direct call flow from one site to another, it’s very easy to do without any disruption in call quality or service.
To learn more about a Cloud-Based Business Phone System call Jay Faulconer at Advanced Communication Systems!