February 7, 2011: Your Emergency Notification System Will Fail You When Disaster Strikes
- Published on Tuesday, 07 February 2012 16:09
- Written by Mike McClain, Web Editor
Informational Update For February 7, 2012
Hurricanes. Earthquakes. Tornadoes. The number of natural disasters is exponentially increasing, affecting hundreds of millions of people every year. Traditional emergency notification providers rely on finite infrastructure models based on predicted normal usage. In a catastrophe, these systems will fail under the sheer volume of notifications.
Elastic infrastructure - the Next Generation Platform
The only reliable way to ensure your notification system will be there when you need it is to make sure your vendor has an elastic infrastructure model. By leveraging both dedicated capacity and dynamically scaling capacity that expands and contracts as needed, an elastic infrastructure provides the near-infinite scale you need to communicate under any circumstance.
Elastic Infrastructure Technology Brief
The Elastic Infrastructure Technology Brief will discuss:
What is an elastic infrastructure
How the technology works
Why it matters for your organization
Don't wait for disaster to take your system offline! Learn more by downloading this free Elastic Infrastructure Technology Brief.
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