Have you considered finding ways to reduce your insurance expenditures? What if you could afford to spend more money on things that matter and less on insurance premiums and rates? This is often an ignored, simple way of reducing expenses.
Protecting your network is relevant to all municipal organizations: Fire Departments, 911 response centers, Police Departments, Water Departments, etc. Optimizing your response to emergencies, and ensuring you're protected against preventable outages, will put you on the right path to the best ISO rating you can get.
The Insurance Service Office (ISO) uses a rating system to determine the quality of emergency response and public safety systems. Receiving a better ISO grade means you'll spend less on costly insurance premiums and rates. If you receive a poor grade from the ISO, then you better just get your checkbook ready.
The good news is you have a lot of control over improving your ISO rating. With a secure network and reliable emergency response systems, you're on your way to a better ISO rating. That's why it's crucial to ensure you have a rapid and reliable emergency response system.
With the right monitoring system, you can give yourself this degree of reliability. Your valuable network equipment is exposed to several environmental threats that can have crippling effects on your emergency response system. Temperature, humidity, water damage, power outage, and even air flow all pose serious threats to your equipment.
By using the right monitoring system, you'll always know the status of your important gear. If your servers begin overheating, you'll know instantly and can dispatch technicians to fix the problem before your network goes down. Or if you lose power to a remote site that houses critical emergency response systems, you need to know instantly so you can get the power back before your backup power runs out.
Imagine how much you would save each month with lower insurance rates. Think of all the different ways you could spend the extra budget money you saved - you could purchase extra fire trucks, spend more on emergency response, or have more to spend on critical medical supplies. Not to mention improved performance ratings for coming in under budget. And best of all: this is all possible with one simple solution.
How network monitoring can save you tons
Now you've realized just how great the savings could be. The first step is to choose the right system. Too many monitoring solutions fail to see the big picture, and leave out critical features. These limited systems will only give you a false sense of security, but in reality you're just as exposed as you are with no monitoring system.
Take a few minutes to learn the essentials, because arming yourself with the right information will protect you from making costly mistakes in the future. It's essential to understand what features are important in a monitoring system and how to go about implementing the right system, so you can benefit from the lowest insurance rates possible.
With this free guide you'll learn the basics on choosing the right monitoring system for your needs:
The right monitoring system is like making a wise investment: you put in a little up front, then sit back and enjoy the rewards of your savvy decision. You can save tons in future insurance costs with the right monitoring system.
You don't have to make this choice alone. The network monitoring specialists at DPS Telecom are ready to help you choose the right system for your needs. Call (1-800-693-0351) or email (email@example.com) the experts at DPS to get your questions answered, receive help designing the right system for you, or get your free Return-on-Investment (ROI) analysis - so you can see just how much you can save.
Don't leave your critical emergency response systems vulnerable any longer - get in touch with the DPS experts today to start saving.
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