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DataFailoverGuideCoverThere’s no question or debate in today’s business climate whether internet failover is important. With more and more services migrating to the cloud every day, staying online means staying in business. No matter how momentary a lapse in internet service, there is a cost associated.

Depending on the type of business and its reliance on the internet, costs can range from thousands to hundreds of thousands of dollars lost every minute of outage. As reliable as many data networks are today, the likelihood of your business experiencing downtime exists. Every business should have a redundant or failover internet connection in place from disparate carriers, providers, and technology types.

In this guide, we explore the essentials of using wireless internet for failover, disaster recovery and redundancy. You'll learn:

  • The difference between data failover and redundancy
  • How to use wireless as a redundant or failover link
  • Best practices for engineering your redundancy solution

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