Disaster recovery is a major part of any organization’s business continuity plan that primarily focuses on a company’s IT infrastructure and systems when disaster strikes to prevent disruptions in business functions and allow them to run as normal.
Today, more and more companies are looking towards Disaster Recovery Software Tools and Disaster Recovery Services to cope with a disaster that may strike or affect the business.
Cloud computing is the delivery of hosted services, including software, hardware, and storage, over the Internet. The benefits of rapid deployment, flexibility, low up-front costs, and scalability, have made cloud computing virtually universal among organizations of all sizes, often as part of a hybrid/multi-cloud infrastructure architecture.
Cloud security refers to the technologies, policies, controls, and services that protect cloud data, applications, and infrastructure from threats.