When minutes count, there’s DRaaS.
Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) is, as the name implies, the ability to get at your vital business systems and data should there ever be a disaster.
Unlike BaaS which makes automatic copies of your files and data, with DRaaS, your desktops and servers are replicated, essentially creating a copy of your entire business functionality. In the event of a disaster, users log in to the cloud and access all their data and applications. There’s little to no recovery time, allowing business to function with minimal interruption.
What types of organizations benefit most from DRaaS? Those that can’t afford any downtime and those that conduct more extensive business continuity planning. If BaaS is data insurance, DRaaS is business protection.