In today’s rapidly moving 24x7 business environment, agility and flexibility are essential. So too, are uptime and ‘always on’ services, particularly as organisations increasingly embrace cloud-based infrastructures and service delivery models.
‘Downtime’ – when services or data are unavailable – means that an organisation cannot provide the services and products it offers, leading not only to lost revenue, but also to reputational damage and, ultimately, lost customers. As a result, the concepts of ‘uptime’ and ‘high availability’ are familiar considerations for almost all businesses today.
Uptime is usually defined within a Service Level Agreement (SLA) offered by a provider that guarantees to supply a service at an agreed, and optimum, level of availability and operational performance.
‘ Three 9s’ (99.9%) is now a familiar term in the business lexicon. But perhaps what it less understood is that just 0.1% of downtime can add up to significant disruption to your business over the course of a year. In fact, three 9s (99.9%) equates to 8.77 hours per year, or 44 minutes of downtime every month.
While some organisations – depending on the services they offer and the markets in which they operate – might be able to absorb this amount of downtime with little disruption to business, others may not. When it comes to call recording any downtime will lead to compliance and personal data issues.
Touch Call Recording Service delivers 100% system availability, guaranteeing performance for your business. We define availability as all of the following requirements of the service being fulfilled:
All of this is backed by our stringent SLA. So, how important is an exceptional SLA for your business? Why not contact us today to find out how we can give you the performance you need?
Avaya is one of the leading on-premise PBX vendors in Asia Pacific, with thousands of on-premise solutions active. It means that a unified call recording strategy, encompassing legacy and a growing number of communications solutions, is essential to meet compliance obligations and business requirements.
Many call recording solutions use proprietary technologies and formats for storing and reviewing recorded files, raising the question of who actually owns the data – or how easy it is to access. With Touch Call Recording Service all data is converted to and stored as open, standardised files, ensuring that your data remains your own.