How to Ensure Mobile Device Performance When It’s Mission Critical or Disaster Strikes?
Date: Thursday, October 19, 2017
Time: 2pm ET / 11am PT

Harris County (Houston, TX) will be talking about the impact of Harvey and how they used specific solutions to prepare, perform and recover. Chesapeake Energy (speaker information forthcoming) will be sharing a different “disaster recovery” story and plans to discuss how having improved uptime and high-availably has uniquely set them up to recover from disaster or changes that prevent access to applications.

In this webinar, we’ll cover:​

  • How gaining greater visibility into users, connections, coverage and devices wins over employees
  • Why disruptions communicating with mobile workers cost organizations money and employee job satisfaction
  • How to realize the many benefits of streamline communications with remote workers

In a disaster response-and-recovery situation, cellular sites might be knocked out or congested, or power cut to access points. In these situations, the ability of Mobile Performance Management to switch between connections automatically, switch to the highest-speed connection available, compress and optimize traffic sent over lower-speed connections and maintain a secure tunnel over any connection plays a big part in any contingency plan. Mobile Performance Management software, widely used by utilities and public safety agencies today, will continue to be an important element of the landscape for years to come.

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Jim McMillan, Sr. Manager, Communication Services  

Jim McMillan
Sr. Manager, Communication Services
Technology Services


Donny Jackson, Editor

Donny Jackson
Urgent Communications