When connectivity goes down, Point-of-Sale (POS) services, business operations, profits, and even customer satisfaction suffer. Here are seven key factors to consider regarding network failover.
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If your network didn't pass the “Black Friday Test,” it’s critical to be proactive so you can rest easier next year. It's time to find a solution that enables your network to meet these thresholds — and quickly.
Cradlepoint is introducing the world’s first suite of LTE Advanced (LTE-A) routing platforms for branch and in-vehicle networks. New LTE-A modem technology enables improved speed and WAN resilience.
As enterprises examine the cost-benefit ratio of failover solutions to reduce downtime, it’s critical to have an accurate picture of how network downtime negatively impacts the company’s bottom line.
In the year 2016, everyone knows preventing downtime is a key aspect of protecting a company’s bottom line. The bigger question is which type of failover to utilize for your specific business needs.
The expectation of reliable connectivity is expanding, as is the requirement for network failover in the retail industry. This blog discusses the importance to prepare a cloud and Edge strategy that incorporates the flexibility and reliability of a network failover solution.
After what seems like years of hype about “omnichannel” or “connected commerce” in the retail industry, we are still constantly renaming and redefining the concept. Don’t expect it to go away quietly — as it’s necessary as technology advancements continue to drive changes in the experience demanded by customers. Perhaps the most significant change is the overwhelming expectation of constant connectivity.
The costs of network downtime are high and extend beyond financial loss, but the consequences are avoidable with 4G LTE failover protection.
In everything from aiding student healthcare to ensuring a safe, secure online environment for children, wireless technology is changing the way education is delivered.