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Disaster Recovery as a service (DRaaS) Global Market Report 2024

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Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) Global Market Report 2024

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Data Protection As A Service (DPaaS) Global Market Report 2024

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  • December 2023
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Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRAAS) is a cloud-based computing service that provides organizations with the ability to quickly recover from a disaster or other disruption. It is a form of business continuity planning that helps organizations maintain their operations in the event of a disaster. DRAAS provides organizations with the ability to replicate their data and applications to a secure cloud environment, allowing them to quickly restore their operations in the event of a disaster. It also provides organizations with the ability to test their disaster recovery plans on a regular basis, ensuring that they are prepared for any eventuality. DRAAS is becoming increasingly popular among organizations of all sizes, as it provides a cost-effective way to ensure business continuity. It also allows organizations to quickly restore their operations in the event of a disaster, reducing downtime and minimizing the impact of a disruption. Some companies in the DRAAS market include IBM, Microsoft, Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, Oracle, and Rackspace. Show Less Read more