by George Crump, Lead Analyst
Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) is very appealing to data center administrators looking to meet ever tightening recovery objectives but still reduce costs. By leveraging DRaaS, organizations can eliminate the cost of a secondary site and buying stand-by equipment for that site.
But there are aspects of DRaaS that IT professionals need to be concerned with like seeding, recovery and the time it takes to return to the original primary site after disaster has passed. DRaaS is not the only cloud option, using the cloud as primary storage is an alternative that deserves consideration.
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