Enterprise Disaster Recovery: Can You Afford It?

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To make enterprise disaster recovery more economically feasible, businesses must look to the cloud for implementation.

There is little questioning the value of disaster recovery for large enterprises. What company wouldn’t want to safeguard itself from downtime and data loss? And yet, many businesses haven’t implemented enterprise-grade disaster recovery.

It would be nice if every business could deploy multiple data centers and continually replicate workloads, ensuring that when disaster strikes, you can redirect as necessary. However, as is the case with so many business decisions, implementing an enterprise-grade disaster recovery solution is a question of economics.

In our new white paper, Finally, Affordable Enterprise-Grade Disaster Recovery Using the Cloud, we discuss the costs of disaster recovery solutions and explain how cloud infrastructure makes enterprise-grade DR available at a fraction of the cost you’d expect.

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Addressing the Economics of Disaster Recovery
The CAPEX and ongoing costs to secure third-party software and services make enterprise-grade DR a cost center that many businesses want to avoid. But if you think a backup system or picking-and-choosing certain servers to protect count as enterprise-grade DR strategies, you’re mistaken.

Throughout the new white paper, we walk you through the three main options you have when strategizing for enterprise-grade disaster recovery:

  • On-Premise Disaster Recovery
  • Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS)
  • Cloud-Based Disaster Recovery

While all three disaster recovery solutions have their advantages, the conversation always comes back to affordability—and the clear choice from an economic standpoint is cloud-based disaster recovery.

If you want to learn more about why cloud infrastructure is the key to balancing the need for enterprise-grade DR with economic concerns, download the new white paper, “Finally, Affordable Enterprise-Grade Disaster Recovery Using the Cloud.”