Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) is a fully managed service whereby an organization utilizes secondary site infrastructure from a third-party vendor who employs cloud computing to replicate the company’s production environment.

Many IT leaders have already recognized the value of DRaaS plans as evidenced by a recent survey that found 40 percent of U.S. enterprises are using DRaaS solutions today and another 20 percent are planning to implement DRaaS in the near future.

DRaaS has grown in popularity due to its potential to:

  • reduce cost
  • ease implementation
  • uncover risk levels
  • free up employees to focus on core business activities

But what if DRaaS could provide business value beyond disaster recovery? Download this gBook to discover three additional use cases for DRaaS.