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Jun, 2016

How Does DRaaS Work?

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The good thing about DRaaS (disaster recovery as a service) is there isn’t a one-size-fits-all model you have to use. In a nutshell, DRaaS stores and backs up your data and information in a cloud-based program so it can be easily recovered and used in the event of a disaster. Most disaster recovery providers will give you options based on the needs of your company so you’ll always know you are getting customized service. This is important to note because a law firm or a bank will likely need more […]

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Jun, 2016

A Guide to Picking the Best DRaaS Service

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When it comes to your company’s confidential information and data, you can never be too safe. You could spend days researching different disaster recovery services, but sometimes the best questions are answered when you actually speak to someone. Once you’ve narrowed down your choices of disaster recovery service providers, you can drill them with a multitude of questions. You don’t have to feel bad about asking a lot of questions because you would regret not asking them if a disaster occurred and the service wasn’t as you expected. Here are […]

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Jun, 2016

The Best Options for DRaaS

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Having a disaster recovery plan for your business is vital for its sustainability in the case of a catastrophe. Disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) is designed to help protect your data and allow you to not only access it, but also use it if an IT failure happens. DRaaS can be used by anyone, from individuals all the way to large corporations, but the biggest beneficiaries are small businesses. It eliminates the need to have an IT staff on your payroll, since your DRaaS provider will handle the maintenance […]

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Jun, 2016

DRaasS and the Cloud

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Disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) has rapidly become a popular option among business owners. To sum up the reasons it’s so popular, business owners can move both their disaster recovery and primary production into the cloud, which will be handled by a third-party service provider. That means there is no longer a need for in-house IT personnel, which saves money and can also be safer. Exactly how safe is the cloud? That’s one of the main questions business owners have, and we have the answers. What Does a Cloud-Based […]

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