For the past four years, I led EarthLink’s indirect distribution channel, focusing on agent and value added reseller partnerships in managed network and cloud services. That experience helped me understand and appreciate the critical role that our channel partners play ...
When it comes to high-speed fiber deployments, Dallas has had its heart broken in the past. In fact, the city’s most recent “left at the altar” moment happened just last fall when a major provider announced it would hit the “pause” button on a planned fiber roll-out.
Windstream offers DRaaS and Business Continuity solutions and advice to prepare for weather extremes in the forecast for winter 2015-16—and help you avoid the financial pain, reputation damage or worse resulting from server downtime and interruptions in customer service communications.
Windstream cloud and business continuity solutions go hand in hand for many reasons, including the fact that a cloud-based disaster recovery solution offers a variety of cost-effective ways to replicate (and recover) critical applications and data center infrastructure in a secure cloud environment.
Check out the list of Windstream’s latest resources on Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery including an eBook, infographics and a video—and download them now.
Windstream helps you kiss downtime goodbye with three cloud-based rapid recovery options to consider for your disaster recovery and business continuity plans.
When it comes to business continuity and specifically IT disaster recovery, businesses should think like a parent. Our Windstream blogger shares the remarkable similarities parenting and business continuity and IT disaster recovery planning have in common.
Hypervisor-based replication from Windstream introduces a business continuity and disaster recovery game changer for those with virtual or hybrid environments, providing uninterrupted, continuous replication and cloud-to-cloud recovery, protecting not only data, but applications as well.
Businesses across the country—yes, even in places like Nebraska, Kansas, Ohio and Utah along, with the hurricane-prone East Coast and Gulf Coast states—should prepare for hurricane season. That’s because it doesn’t have to actually hit you—to affect you. Windstream shares insight into business continuity and disaster planning, services and resources to help you get prepared.
Have you taken time to audit and update your business continuity and disaster recovery plans for 2015? Not that you need one more—but tornado season presents another reason to revisit your business continuity plans and look into disaster recovery options like Windstream’s DRaaS (Disaster Recovery as a Service).
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