What organizations should consider when setting up a cloud-based disaster recovery system

"Dramatic events like the Covid-19 pandemic and the widespread power outages in Texas in February 2021 highlight what many IT professionals already know; many businesses' disaster recovery and business continuity plans are sorely lacking. Businesses need disaster recovery plans that will ensure they remain operational even in extreme situations when an entire region loses power or physical access to offices and data centers is cut off. Creating this kind of resilience usually means incorporating the cloud into disaster recovery.

Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS), is one of the most common use cases for organizations starting to explore the cloud..."

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