How to improve business resiliency with DRaaS
The fundamental premise behind the very existence of an IT department is the expectation that systems will be kept operational and that business-critical applications will always be available. IT leaders invest an immense amount of time and capital into ensuring systems are as robust as possible, data is protected, and performance is monitored.
Planning for the unforeseeable
However, as the pace of business and change accelerates, staying ahead of the curve is increasingly difficult. This is especially true when trying to plan for disasters, which are, almost by definition, unforeseeable. Disasters can come in many forms— from a site-wide outage due to a natural event to data corruption caused by human error to malicious attacks requiring extraordinary measures to overcome and recover to a safe point—and the number and types of events that can cause disruption are on the rise.
Get prepared with your paper, where you’ll:
- Explore the rising complexity and impact of cyberattacks
- Discover why simple backup strategies fall short
- Learn about the high cost of upfront capital investment versus the operational expense advantage of DRaaS
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The potential implications of disaster-related IT failures are far-reaching—from breached medical records to privacy leaks, lost revenue, and damage to brand value. Businesses need to have an up-to-date, regularly tested disaster recovery plan.