Continuity for business-critical communications
Today’s enterprises depend on real-time digital communications. This presents a serious risk should those services become unavailable. Businesses need an insurance policy to ensure availability of communications so they can carry out day-to-day operations and to respond effectively to adverse events and incidents.
The core StarLeaf Standby suite of tools provides:
- Automatic meetings failover
- Emergency broadcast messaging
- Instant conference bridge
- Offline Active Directory snapshots and browsing
These core tools enable organisations to confidently meet their recovery time objectives for business-critical activities, and return quickly to normal.
Additional StarLeaf Standby tools include
- Meetings failover to video in your browser
- Instant messaging and chat failover
- Calendar failover
- Failover for video meeting rooms
- PSTN failover
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StarLeaf Standby capabilities
Business continuity readiness
Instant failover for your primary business communications
Cyber incident response and recovery
A comprehensive suite of secure incident response tools
Operational resilience compliance
Tools for mitigating exposure to communications risk
Financial regulatory compliance
Ensure compliance with operational resilience regulations for the finance sector
Secure by design
StarLeaf Standby offers the resilience, privacy and control you demand, giving you a fully autonomous and air-gapped communications service.
99.999% uptime SLA
ISO/IEC 27001 certified
Data jurisdiction guarantee
Resilient distributed architecture
Built on StarLeaf private global platform
Business continuity readiness
Targeted response to adverse events at any scale, from a small local communication service outage to a major regional or global crisis.
Support for your RTOs for business-critical processes and operations by making sure your people can communicate and collaborate, no matter what.
From cyber attacks to network outages, your teams can resolve issues faster when they can work together. Make crisis-proof communications a part of your incident response plan with StarLeaf Standby.
StarLeaf Standby integrates with Microsoft Teams and also works with Zoom and Webex via API for seamless failover.
Azure AD integration enables continuous replication for a near-zero recovery point objective (RPO) including chat, meeting scheduling and calendaring.
Easy administration, activation and fallback via web-based management dashboard, plus tools for outage and incident simulation.
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- What does failover mean?
- Failover is the ability to automatically switch from a primary system, platform or service to a secondary system, platform or service.
- When might a failover happen?
- If a primary system is unavailable for any reason, perhaps because of an outage on that platform that takes a service offline, that system can be seamlessly failed over to a secondary system. This ensures service continuity.
- What is meetings failover?
- If you rely on a particular service provider for your video meetings, you might choose to have a backup video meetings service in case yours becomes unavailable. This means that, when the backup service is activated, your organisation’s scheduled video meetings will be automatically recreated on the secondary platform and so can still go ahead.
- What are the benefits of meetings failover?
- By failing over seamlessly from one meetings provider to another, video meetings and calls can still take place in the event of an outage, without users having to recreate their meetings manually. This eliminates downtime for all users and supports business continuity by ensuring all scheduled upcoming meetings can go ahead as planned.
In sectors subject to operational resilience and business continuity regulation, having a meetings failover service can help with compliance.
- How can I back up my video meetings?
- Some organisations choose to purchase additional licences from a secondary provider to use in case their primary video meeting services are offline. This is expensive and means that all meetings need to be recreated manually. A better option is to deploy an always-ready failover service that allows for automatic meeting recreation.
- Are remote working tools business-critical?
- If your organisation has fully or partly remote or geographically dispersed employees using online collaboration with colleagues, customers, and suppliers, you should consider these virtual communication tools as integral to business continuity and therefore an important business process.
- Are video meetings a business-critical process?
- If your organisation regularly uses video meetings to connect colleagues, customers and suppliers, video meetings should be considered an important business process for the purposes of operational resilience and business continuity planning.