Out-of-band management (OOBM) is becoming an increasingly vital part of the business-continuity tool kit, as data center locations become more remote and as enterprises look to avoid costly network outages any way they can. The advent of (and shift toward) cellular OOBM is where the industry’s goals of versatile, inexpensive solutions that maximize uptime are at their most apparent, and where they see the most promise. Ultimately, the entire point of OOBM is to ensure that businesses can always communicate with and manage their remote data sites. Adding cellular capabilities is only a logical addition to the OOBM arsenal. Integrating cellular with OOBM allows for a cheaper, more flexible solution that adds redundancy – therefor more safeguards – for remote site management.
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