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A Guide to Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS)

No business is totally immune to disaster. Flood, fire, hurricane, cyberattack, equipment failure, the list goes on as to the events and circumstances that can cause businesses to shut down temporarily or even forever.

To adequately prepare for disaster, all businesses should have a formal written Disaster Recovery Plan. Meanwhile, many organizations are turning to disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) to ensure the continuity of operations and mitigate the impact of a disaster on their business.

In this important article from ITProToday, the reporter breaks down everything IT professionals need to know about DRaaS.

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