Continuity of Operations

Continuity of Operations (COOP) is a United States federal government initiative, required by U.S. Presidential directive, to ensure that agencies of the federal government are able to continue performance of essential functions under a broad range of circumstances.  Concurrently, if your business, hospital, or enterprise is located in an area that is subject to floods, hurricanes, earthquakes, fire or tornadoes your network infrastructure is at risk.  Typically most businesses back up their data off site to prepare for such calamities.

The issue then becomes if your primary facility, used to carry out essential functions, needs to relocate to an alternate facility where or how are you going to setup your network infrastructure to support your day-to-day operations?

Mission:Mobility networking engineering capability provides wireless design, configuration, monitoring, troubleshooting and on-call support for optimal performance of networks using Wi-Fi, 3G/4G LTE, Radio Over-IP and satellite systems for backhaul and local LAN networks.  Many of our engineers retain CCNA Wireless, CCNP Routing & Switching and similar qualifications with CradlePoint, AckSys, Sierra Wireless and Aruba systems.

Mission:Mobility’s flagship product M:NOMAD is the right solution for a COOP situation.

If you are an automobile dealership, a law office or any other business and your primary facility has a fire, your sprinkler system may extinguish the fire but your network infrastructure may be damaged and you could potentially loose thousands of dollars per day in business.  With M:NOMAD your business could be up and running in minutes serving your customers from the parking lot of your primary facility.