In the light of the ongoing novel Coronavirus pandemic, remote workforces are becoming the norm – and businesses everywhere have been tasked with keeping operations running smoothly as they shift away from traditional office life. But moving to a primarily remote workforce is a daunting task, especially when you’ve been given little to no time to prepare. You are facing unprecedented situations, an uncertain economic future, and a host of other hurdles in the coming months – and it's okay to admit that you need help. Your businesses need to stay connected. Are you sure your existing business continuity plan can do that?
Between security and bandwidth issues, home WiFi networks and personal hotspots simply don’t cut it – and they’re certainly not robust enough for multiple users to leverage VOIP and video conferencing at one time. That’s why it’s crucial to have backup connectivity solution in place should something happen to your primary connection – or even if you just need a little more bandwidth.
Wireless failover and cellular as primary connection are both two great options for comprehensive business continuity. In this webinar, Charlie Rodriguez and J’nan McManaman from the KORE Channel Partners team explore ways to leverage these solutions to help you enable business continuity – and continue to support your customers.In this webinar, you will learn how you can: