An enterprise could craft a multi-cloud backup strategy, but that doesn't mean it should. Weigh the potential benefits against the myriad challenges presented by this approach
"If your organization wants to expand its backup strategy to include the cloud, multi-cloud disaster recovery probably shouldn't be the first option.
The risk of failure from a cloud provider or a private data center is a major driver of interest in multi-cloud architectures. And while data backup, in general, is a proven strategy to mitigate risk, it can sometimes create more problems than it's solving. Enterprise administrators need to weigh the risks and ask themselves if a multi-cloud disaster recovery plan is right for their workloads..."