Business Management Review |
Lost was a year of IT outages and cyber-attacks. Inadequate cybersecurity budgets, malicious attacks, and reckless mistakes by the employees have mostly interrupted business processes—leading to financial losses and diminishing customer loyalty. With this as an experience, organizations are seeking how they can better secure their IT systems.
Unfortunately, nothing can be done to prevent these incidents despite investing in the most powerful security technology. DRaaS (Disaster Recovery as a Service) can be a feasible recovery solution as early as possible.
It gives a cloud-based solution that is more cost-effective than hardware-based solutions, which means that organizations have a virtual machine that has access to the backed-up data and can restart in the cloud if required. An organization needs to point its interfaces to the cloud in an unfortunate breach or attack.
The concept of DRaaS is not just mitigating the aftermath of disasters but preventing them from becoming more dangerous. With intelligent predictive analytics solutions, organizations can collect data from multiple sources and analyze the different components of catastrophe. Advantages of DRaaS include:
Reduced recovery costs: Businesses with a secondary site for disaster recovery purposes are met with the high prices. The extra costs related to investments in replication software, software licenses for servers, storage, and security are effectively eradicated by using DRaaS.
Lessened complexity: If infrastructure could be excluded, the administration, upgrade requirements, and maintenance contracts could also be eliminated.
Interoperability: DRaaS solutions work with various systems so that businesses can secure servers across other hypervisors and replicate data between multiple storage systems.
Comprehensive protection: DRaaS is a frank model of moving the organization's entire infrastructure to the cloud. Having it means routine testing and re-resting to reassess the business. DRaaS can also support the company meet more aggressive data protection regulations and gives them access to cutting-edge security technologies.
In the modern digital-first world, customers await nothing but seamless and secure interactions with the organizations they choose to interact with. This expectation will stay unswerving, and organizations that can deliver the experiences that customers want will be able to set themselves up for prolonged customer loyalty and confidence.
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