A Guide to Better Cloud Backup

A Guide to Better Cloud Backup


While enterprises running mainframe or hybrid computing environments are still best served by traditional disaster recovery offerings, the steadily increasing number of enterprises moving their applications to fully virtualized environments can be well-served by Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) offerings.

This burgeoning demand for DRaaS presents a hugely profitable opportunity to cloud providers− if you can avoid the pitfalls of rolling out an offering. Do it wrong, and it’ll spell disaster for your customers’ business and your reputation.

Read this expert e-guide to uncover useful tips to help you successfully enter the DRaaS provider market and remain competitive, including:

  • How to avoid the pain points of implementation
  • Pros and cons to decide between a do-it-yourself plan and partnering with a third party
  • DRaaS definitions you need to know
  • And more!
Datto, Inc.
08 Feb 2013
21 Jan 2013
8 Page(s)
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