At this point, it’s probably safe to assume that nearly every business today that has backups in place is utilizing the cloud to play some role in the backup and/or recovery strategy.  Many organizations have turned to BaaS as a means to offload both the storage and work of backups.

But many organizations think just because their implementation is in place that it’s running optimally. But, experts in BaaS are well-aware that even BaaS can be misconfigured and mismanaged that results in higher costs, more work, slower service, and a lower likelihood or recovery.

So, what are the signs that you aren’t necessarily getting the most from Baas?

The list below certainly isn’t exhaustive but does serve as a good indicator that your BaaS implementation is less than perfect.

Whether you’ve just realized you’re not really using BaaS, or you have some work to do to better improve your use of BaaS, there are always steps that can be taken to elevate your backup game that enhance the organization’s ability to recover. Taking time to assess the current state of your implementation, looking for assistance and guidance from your BaaS provider to find ways to enhance your current implementation is a great first step.

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