How BaaS and DRaaS give you peace of mindA number of things can result in a company losing data including bad weather or a cyber-attack

Did you know though, that very few data loss occurrences are caused by a natural disaster? Most are caused by an operational problem such as employee error.

Do you have the systems in place to get your business back to work quickly or do you dread the day? You might have the necessary systems in place to be well prepared for a cyber-attack, but something as simple as a power outage can cause system failures that lead to financial loss and damage to corporate reputation.

That’s why regular backup and disaster recovery services are necessary. BaaS (Backup as a Service) and DRaaS (Disaster Recovery as a Service) help keep businesses running at the worst of times. Like getting a house alarm installed after you’ve been burgled, it’s a bit late putting a system in place after the power is down and the roof has caved in. Although of course, even then, it’s not too late to plan for future possible disasters.

BaaS and DRaaS remove worry by providing solutions to meet recovery point and recovery time objectives (RPO and RTO) whilst being GDPR compliant. They are secure, flexible and administered by your IT MSP so you don’t have to do anything. And, these systems are adapted to fit your budget.

Four ways BaaS and DRaaS give you peace of mind

1. Having a backup data copy offline in a third location ensures you’ll still be up and running in no time - even if all data is lost in your building and on your servers.

2. If something does happen to your data, you don’t need to worry about the Disaster Recovery element. Your partner will do everything.

3. Cloud backup means that your data can’t get damaged in a natural disaster such as flooding - unlike tapes. Tapes can also suffer from cartridge and media failure during backup and recovery – particularly if they are not kept in dust-free environments.

4. Your partner will test the services regularly for your peace of mind – as well to comply with GDPR regulations.

If you haven’t implemented these security services yet, do it soon and put your mind to rest.

By Trilogy Technologies.