For healthcare campuses and offices, the consequences of just a few minutes of downtime ripple across the entire organization’s operations. The proliferation of cloud applications also means suspended connectivity can cause catastrophic problems, and patients’ health and safety could be put at risk.
While short outages are common, longer service disruptions can be catastrophic, paralyzing operations for hours. Grave as the immediate impacts of service outages are, your organization can continue to feel the consequences long after the connection has been repaired, due to damaged patient or partner loyalty, loss of trust, and diminished faith in the IT department as a whole.
No healthcare organization wants to face these scenarios. Join us for a live webinar on Tuesday, May 24th, at 9 am PDT/12 pm EDT, because the question isn’t if your wired connectivity will go down, but what to do, or have in place, when it does go down.
Attendees will learn about:
+ The consequences of network downtime for healthcare
+ The options for business continuity
+ How software-defined LTE connectivity is enabling the healthcare industry
+ Key considerations for choosing a wireless failover solution