LOGIX Fiber Networks Offers Disaster Recovery Steps for Businesses During Hurricane Season

LOGIX Fiber Networks, a Texas-based business phone and data connectivity company, encourages businesses to be safe and prepared for the 2020 hurricane season in Texas, which runs from June 1 through November 30, the company said.

An above-normal hurricane season is expected, according to NOAA´s Climate Prediction Center, a division of the National Weather Service.

The peak threat for Texas exists in August and September. LOGIX encourages companies to take important steps to ensure they are prepared. Company leaders can join LOGIX experts for a webinar on July 16th at 10:00 AM CT which will cover essential components of Internet and voice business continuity and disaster recovery planning.

With the arrival of hurricane season, businesses can be more vulnerable to network outages and data-loss during bad weather. Redundant and secure enterprise connectivity solutions offer reliability and resiliency, especially in times of disruption and disaster.

LOGIX is sharing key considerations for companies so they can be ready when disaster strikes and keep their businesses running and their employees and customers connected.

Choose Fiber: Fiber has proven to be the most reliable and resilient technology during times of natural disaster. Fiber networks are more durable than copper infrastructure, satellite, and wireless, and most fiber network routes are out of harm´s way since they are buried safely underground.

Establish Redundancy: In the case of a power outage or a natural disaster, redundant networks can quickly reroute calls to other available fiber routes to reach the intended destinations. Because LOGIX has two separate, mirrored switching centers that are fully redundant, downtime is virtually eliminated even when problems occur locally.

Use a Cloud-based Hosted PBX System: Hosted PBX systems include cloud-based phone services and unified communication services, so your employees remain connected despite local conditions. Most PBX systems come with feature-rich options including, caller ID, forwarding, hold, transfer, 3-way calling, auto-attendant, voicemail to text, custom hold music, call recording, instant communications, and more.

Store Information in a Data Center Location: Obtaining space in a primary and secondary data center location ensures your key applications and data are backed-up and accessible in case one geographic area has a disruption.

LOGIX, which established its built for business fiber network to withstand the severe weather conditions that can occur in Texas, is hosting a webinar on July 16 on how to prepare your company for severe weather.

LOGIX Fiber Networks is the largest fiber network provider in Texas, providing highly secure fiber-based data, voice services, and data center access to over 10,000 enterprise and carrier customers in Texas. For more information, visit logix.com