Disaster recovery in the cloud guide
As organizations become increasingly overwhelmed with data applications, disaster recovery is becoming imperative because the loss of data and related down-time could cause irreparable damage.
Until recently, disaster recovery didn’t get the attention it deserved because the high cost and complexity of having to set up duplicate data center facilities made it out of reach for many companies. Many organizations don’t even see the benefits of disaster recovery until a disaster occurs and they are left with data loss.
IDC estimates that 50% of organizations may not be able to survive a disaster because of their inability to recover their systems.
Read more to learn why organizations are choosing to move their disaster recovery to the cloud. A few reasons:
- Conservation of resources
- Round the clock monitoring and response
- Cost efficiencies
- Flexibility and scalability