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The Payoffs of Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS)


Business interruptions are commonplace and many corporate executives are confident they possess full disaster recovery capabilities to counter the very real threat that downtime presents to their companies. Many organisations have disaster recovery plans, backup protocols, and communication procedures in place, but they often don’t equal true recoverability. The best disaster recovery planning still won't amount to much if it is not tested and kept up-to-date.

Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) helps to fill the gaps and delivers significant payoffs for organizations with aggressive and critical availability goals. DRaaS providers take a holistic approach to entire business operations. High-quality disaster recovery can't simply focus on a few critical applications. DRaaS is changing the disaster recovery game and those that are ignoring its benefits are risking their business' reputation, organisational resilience, and bottom line.

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Chief Technology Officer
Data is our business, so it’s extremely critical that we maintain a solid, secure infrastructure for our analysts to perform their work. We’ve partnered with Sungard AS to build redundancy and resiliency into everything we do, and we’ve never had an issue with downtime that’s caused by environment, location or networks.

Chief Technology Officer, Verus Analytics

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