Modern Solutions for Modern Problems
Operating a modern business means that your organisation will be relying on digital systems much of the time. And while these systems are very advanced in terms of functionality and efficiency, they’re vulnerable to natural and man-made disasters.
Your best bet here is to opt for a reliable disaster recovery solution.
Disaster Recovery as a Service
Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) is a cloud-based service model that helps organisations protect and back up their data and IT infrastructure. In case of a natural or man-made disaster, the organisation would be able to recover its lost data through a third-party service provider.
Here are some of the benefits of opting for a DRaaS solution:
Implementing a DRaaS solution can be much more cost-efficient than equipping a secondary site. In this scenario, you’d need to install the same hardware and software licensing for a successful failover from your main data centre to the secondary site, which can be quite costly.
With a DRaaS solution, you’ll be able to leverage the power of the cloud and back up your data with resource sharing, costing you much less money than implementing a duplicated IT infrastructure investment.
DRaaS solutions allow you to recover your data and get up and running again quickly in the event of a disaster. Compared to traditional, in-house recovery solutions, DRaaS will help you recover your data much faster, typically in a matter of minutes.
Disaster recovery planning can be a resource-draining process for your in-house IT team, especially if this is on top of existing workloads. If you decide to manage your DR methods internally, you may need to increase your IT team, which can be more costly than outsourcing the whole process through a DRaaS provider.
A DRaaS solution will enable you to determine and set your RPO (Recovery Point Objective) and RTO (Recovery Time Objective) based on your recovery strategy.
Keeping your organisation’s data secure can be challenging. A DRaaS provider will maintain high standards when it comes to data centre security, and data can be stored in the public or private cloud. Cloud providers incorporate measures like CCTV cameras, personal IDs, security-coded doors, electronic fencing, and more to ensure the safekeeping of the data.
Make saberVox your DRaaS Partner
At saberVox, we offer state-of-the-art cloud solutions and managed IT services for businesses of all sizes.
With saberVox as your DRaaS partner, you get:
For more on our preferred DRaaS solutions provider, Veeam, click here.