Backup and recovery is critical to the survival of any business. However, many organisations run the risk of losing important data by failing to perform proper and timely backups, relying on inefficient and outdated backup systems or simply through the lack of a proper recovery plan.
The proliferation of a mobile workforce and cloud-based IT has also made it more important than ever for businesses to protect and ensure the recovery of important data from an increasing number of fragmented data sources.
Many businesses tend to think only about financial loss when an outage or downtime happens; however, the impact is more than monetary – and can be long term. Organisations that have experienced a sudden loss of data also run the risk of hurting their credibility and reputation, and suffering a loss in productivity and customers.
The shift to cloud-based solutions over the last few years has turned the spotlight on disaster recovery-as-a-service (DRaaS). Cloud-based backup and recovery is an attractive and viable option for organisations who seek a flexible yet robust strategy to guard against loss of data during natural or man-made disasters. It provides a huge opportunity for organisations to undertake complete disaster recovery at an affordable cost and to pay only for what they need.
In this paper, we take a look at some ways in which traditional backup solutions can fail to meet the needs of organisations today, and we highlight the benefits of cloud-based recovery for businesses.
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