Why you need to include the cloud in your disaster recovery plan

Preserving data for business success

Why you need to include the cloud in your disaster recovery plan - whitepaper from StorageCraft
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Data loss and downtime are inevitable, whether they occur because of human error, hardware failure, software corruption, natural disasters, or ransomware. Contingency plans in case of disasters are vital, and can come in many shapes and sizes. 

This whitepaper breaks down how the cloud fits into your disaster recovery plan and how to choose the best cloud solution based on where you store your data, the sector you work in, your recovery point objectives, and several other factors. 

Download it now to discover disaster recovery best practices and the benefits of StorageCraft Cloud Services Disaster Recovery.

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