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Diversity: the key to internet redundancy, backup internet connection and business continuity
Any number of unforeseen disasters can cause a network outage — power outage, bad weather, over-utilization, a careless construction worker with a backhoe, you name it. For these and other reasons, no single connection can truly provide 99.99% uptime. If your business has a single-threaded network, you’ll always be on the edge of disaster should your network go down. When your primary WAN connection fails you need a backup internet connection. Traffic should be automatically re-routed to a secondary connection.
At EnableIP, we strive to find you the best possible network failover solution that’s always diverse — meaning it’s sourced from a different carrier and has a different entry point into the building when possible. This diversity helps to prevent a carrier outage, natural disaster, human error or other factor from taking both connections down and leaving you stranded without your cloud-based applications. Plus, we keep things simple by including both connections on a single bill.
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