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Disaster Recovery as a Service: Does it make sense for you?

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Disaster Recovery as a Service: Does it make sense for you?

Does disaster recovery as a service make sense for your organization? It is oftentimes more cost effective and less of a headache than traditional disaster recovery options. As the importance of information infrastructure and applications grows, disaster recovery continues to become more and more critical to a company's success. In this video, I break down the benefits of Disaster Recovery as a Service and discuss how you go about finding a solution that fits your needs. Benefits include:

  • You can get up and running in almost no time. Decrease implementation time from between 6 months-1 year down to 1 month or even a few weeks.
  • Shift from CapEx to OpEx
  • More affordable
  • No hardware refreshes
  • No software support

If you're interested in learning more about Disaster Recovery as a Service and how it could impact your organization, reach out!

Disaster Recovery as a Service: Does it make sense for you?

By Randy Weis, Practice Manager, Information Infrastructure

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