• Allison Holland

Disaster Recovery as a Service

In the event of a man-made or natural catastrophe, Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) has the capability to replicate and recover an organization’s entire digital infrastructure, including data, storage, servers, applications, and software. Organizations that are exposed to volatile environments or unpredictable weather conditions should especially consider DRaaS as an investment in their backup strategy and an important component to their business continuity plan. DRaaS is a great first step for companies looking to assess the cloud. Many SMBs are adopting DRaaS because it means they don’t have to create and maintain their own off-site data recovery environment but can rely on an outside provider to get them back in business as soon as possible if disaster strikes.


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