The Cloud Advantage: Five Ways the Cloud Is Better for Business When Disaster Strikes

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After Hurricane Sandy struck, companies with well-architected, thoroughly tested, and fully documented disaster recovery (DR) plans and solutions were able to bounce back quickly.

DR in the cloud gives you at least five advantages:

  • A current copy of your data is always outside the disaster zone
  • A third-party team offsite restores critical systems in the cloud while you focus on restoring order onsite
  • You have on-demand access to a virtually unlimited resource for exactly as long as you need it
  • You have secure remote access to critical data even if your offices aren’t ready for your return
  • Cloud technology ensures data storage and recovery that’s faster, cheaper, better 

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