Network Connectivity That Weathers the Storm

April 24, 2019
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After some positive online news coverage, your online marketplace is thriving and orders are coming in at a rapid clip. A big storm is in the forecast, so you’re worried about a power outage. Every minute of connectivity disruption means the potential for lost revenue, missed orders, and unhappy customers. Your business can’t stop for a power outage, and neither should your network connectivity.

Small businesses are subject to a number of connectivity risks, from natural events like floods and storms to equipment failures and human error. A drop in connection could spell the inability to process a transaction, access critical time-sensitive data, place a last-minute inventory order, and more. Disruptions can cost businesses in terms of reputation, lost opportunities, and efficiency. Small business owners need to build a contingency plan for outages so they won’t be left in the dark.

With Comcast Business Connection Pro, you have the assurance that you’ll be connected even when the power goes out, making downtime a thing of the past.

An all-in-one system, Comcast Business Connection Pro provides 4G LTE wireless connectivity that automatically kicks on when the power goes out. The no-hassle set-up includes a cellular router for auto-failover and fallback, as well as a universal power supply with up to eight-hour battery backup and surge protection for business critical devices like your POS system or laptops.

Get the assurance of knowing that your critical business functions can run through an always-on connection, even when the power is out.

Learn more about Connection Pro.

If you think you’re experiencing a Comcast Business service interruption, sign in to the Service Status Center to check your connection status, get troubleshooting tips, and learn how to keep your business connected during an outage.

Every minute of connectivity disruption means the potential for lost revenue, missed orders, and unhappy customers. Your business can’t stop for a power outage, and neither should your network connectivity.

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