The success or failure of a recovery rests solely on whether you have the right backups in place. No backups, no recovery. Sometimes all that’s needed is a solid plan around what should be backed up, based on the likelihood of any given disaster event. With this in hand, organizations can craft a backup strategy that will provide appropriate data protection at the time of recovery – whether the “disaster” is the simple loss of data, the loss of an entire data center, or anything in between.

Defining BaaS

In a tactical sense, Baas comes down to two things: cloud-based storage to host backups and management of backups. BaaS provides the organization with access to all the space needed – along with the bandwidth, compute, etc. all necessary to support the storing and retrieving of backup data.

Who is BaaS Best Suited For?

Benefits of BaaS

For organizations that fit the demographic of a typical BaaS customer, this service offers organizations with the absolute assurance that their data will be available should a disaster strike, while leaving the recovery details to internal IT. But the benefits of BaaS don’t stop there; other benefits include:

Eliminating the Confusion Around BaaS

One of the biggest unknowns for organizations, when it comes to planning for a disaster, is whether they’ll have the right backups sets available for the disaster scenario that strikes.  By implementing BaaS, you take those worries and unknowns, placing them in the capable hands of an expert partner who specializes in ensuring your most important data, applications, and systems are backed up, ready at a moment’s notice to be recovered.

We’ve created the “Confusion as a Service” ebook to help take some of the confusion out of selecting the right recovery-related, cloud-based services for your company. You can download your copy here.

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