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There are many ways data can be lost. Sometimes technology just fails. Computers freeze and backup copies are lost. Servers crash and the information contained is lost. These are all potential sources of data loss which are normally associated with on-premises file storage systems, and unfortunately, the cloud is not exempt from technology failure, malicious damage or human error, says Gerhard Conradie, Managing Director of Evolv Networks.

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Stay Connected even when the power is down

Cloud file data requires backups?

There are many ways data can be lost. Sometimes technology just fails. Computers freeze and backup copies are lost. Servers crash and the information contained is lost. These are all potential sources of data loss which are normally associated with on-premises file storage systems, and unfortunately, the cloud is not exempt from technology failure, malicious damage or human error, says Gerhard Conradie, Managing Director of Evolv Networks.

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Being connected at all times to your clients is vital for any business, but what happens when the power goes out and your phone lines are down, how do you keep your business operating at its optimum without leaving your clients in the lurch? In addition to being connected all the time, you also want to consider the cost of that connection in your daily business operations. Is there a solution for both of these? The short answer is YES. Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) has been around for over a decade now and the technology has revolutionized the telecommunications industry. By considering call volume, internet usage, voice mail requirements, remote worker capability, call auto-attendant, multiple location support systems and more, VoIP is the cost-effective technology solution for businesses today. Despite the global update, South Africa’s adoption of the technology has been slow due to the lack of reliable internet speeds and the prohibitive connectivity costs involved. These issues, however, have been addressed by both Government and Private Business and the country is ready for full-scale VoIP solution deployments.

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Stay Connected even when the power is down

Cloud file data requires backups?

There are many ways data can be lost. Sometimes technology just fails. Computers freeze and backup copies are lost. Servers crash and the information contained is lost. These are all potential sources of data loss which are normally associated with on-premises file storage systems, and unfortunately, the cloud is not exempt from technology failure, malicious damage or human error, says Gerhard Conradie, Managing Director of Evolv Networks.

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