Why you should choose DAAS?

Desktop as a Service

It doesn’t matter whether you run a big or small company, as long as you are in business, you need to keep up with changing trends in the IT industry. One of the emerging trends that you can embrace is cloud data storage. You can store information in a cloud using a virtual desktop through DaaS. Even though DaaS is a relatively new program in the market, it is quite handy for any business owner or organization.

What is DaaS?

DaaS enables any organization to centralize all their systems in a secure manner through desktop cloud management. By using this program, you will save money and make it possible for your employees to work from any location. This is whether your employees are located geographically apart or they are in different organizational settings. This will ensure that your customers always receive satisfactory services, since employees can access and use data from wherever they are. Different users can access the data using multiple devices.

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Planning for Disaster Recovery? Avoid These Mistakes…

Mistakes in DR

This is a fact that unexpected events occur at any time. If you are an entrepreneur, it’s essential to plan steps for preventing the business interruptions that are avoidable. But simply having a disaster recovery plan doesn’t mean you are ready to compete with the disasters. Planning for a disaster recovery is a complex as well as the time-consuming process which is one of the reasons for businesses avoid adopting it thoroughly.

Don’t miss to check-out the below mistakes that are possible to be done by you while proposing with a disaster recovery plan –

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Why companies need a disaster recovery solution?

Disaster Recovery Solution

Companies need to realize the business value of disaster recovery solutions.  There are no manual workarounds when IT systems crash.

Did you know?

60% of businesses do not have a disaster recovery plan. As a result, 87% of companies that lose access to their corporate data for more than seven days go out of business within a year.

96% of all workstations within a business are not being backed up. Hence, 20% of small to medium businesses will suffer a major disaster causing loss of critical data every 5 years.

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Cloud disaster recovery – This is What You Shouldn’t Miss!

Cloud disaster recovery

Cloud-based disaster recovery solution

A standard disaster recovery planning is a challenging job for any organization, especially the SMBs. When a disaster strikes your business, it becomes quite an exhausting task. This is the reason why several companies are moving towards cloud services. Disaster recovery in the cloud is a part of disaster recovery plan that comprises of maintaining copies of enterprise data as a security measure in a cloud storage environment.

During a disaster, continuous data availability is quite important. This is where cloud computing gets highlighted as it has made business continuity planning cost-effective. Additionally, you don’t need to spend much on pay pricing model of the cloud as it’s based on the principle of shared resources. Also, the cloud storage is completely managed and maintained by the DR servers, further reducing the risks of disaster site failures.

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Beware: Everything You Touch Isn’t Gold

What is not cloud

The hype of cloud computing has led many tech companies to cloud services, but every product isn’t an actual Cloud. So here are the characteristics of a true cloud computing services.

Today, almost every IT product launched in the market is either labeled with the Cloud slogan or with Cloud enabled. Many vendors alleged of taking packs of hardware and software and organizes them somewhat to bang on the Cloud tag. The practice even includes HP and Oracle Corp. Particularly, Oracle Exalogic – the company promote it as Elastic Cloud Software System, but it’s a machine built with servers and software that industry researchers say is neither elastic nor Cloud.

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