Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service 2019 Buyer's Guide

Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service 2019 Buyer's Guide

Integrated, Cloud-Based Solutions for Effective Data Availability

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28-Aug-2019
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North America
Research Code: 99E4-00-35-00-00
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The 2019 Disaster-Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS) report offers our first glimpse at global adoption of DRaaS. Not surprisingly, global trends mimic the U.S., with nearly half of businesses surveyed by Frost & Sullivan currently using DRaaS to protect their data. An additional 34% of businesses say they expect to implement DRaaS by 2021, bringing total adoption close to 80% within two years.

Today’s hypercompetitive business environment requires not only maintaining the highest levels of system availability, but capitalizing on unique differentiators like data. For most businesses, data—whether customer, research-driven, or market-based—is a concrete asset that is being leveraged in new and different ways, in activities such as product development and marketing. Businesses are also storing more data than ever before, whether for revenue-generating activities, or as a result of activities like backup.

At the same time, regulations surrounding data, from the European GDPR to US-based HIPAA regulation and HITRUST certification, require data to be handled with extreme care. When companies lose data, it costs approximately $150 per record lost, with the average data breach costing businesses $3.9 million.1 As a result, businesses are placing greater importance on data backup and recovery.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

Market Overview

Market Overview (cont’d)

DRaaS Adoption by Region

Market Overview - Definitions

Market Overview – Definitions (cont’d)

Analysis of DRaaS Drivers and Restraints

DRaaS Market Drivers

DRaaS Market Restraints

DRaaS Providers

DRaaS Providers (cont’d)

DRaaS Providers (cont’d)

DRaaS Providers (cont’d)

DRaaS Providers (cont’d)

DRaaS Providers (cont’d)

DRaaS Selection Criteria

DRaaS Selection Criteria (cont’d)

DRaaS Selection Criteria (cont’d)

DRaaS Deployment Models

DRaaS Deployment Models (cont’d)

DRaaS Deployment Models (cont’d)

DRaaS Deployment Models (cont’d)

Redundancy & SLAs

Redundancy & SLAs (cont’d)

Redundancy & SLAs (cont’d)

Redundancy & SLAs (cont’d)

DRaaS Security

DRaaS Security (cont’d)

DRaaS Security (cont’d)

DRaaS Security (cont’d)

DRaaS Recovery Objectives

DRaaS Recovery Objectives (cont’d)

DRaaS Recovery Objectives (cont’d)

DRaaS Recovery Objectives (cont’d)

Environments Protected

Environments Protected (cont’d)

Environments Protected (cont’d)

Environments Protected (cont’d)

DRaaS Regional Recovery Capabilities

DRaaS Regional Recovery Capabilities (cont’d)

DRaaS Regional Recovery Capabilities (cont’d)

DRaaS Regional Recovery Capabilities (cont’d)

DRaaS Service Testing

DRaaS Service Testing (cont’d)

DRaaS Service Testing (cont’d)

DRaaS Service Testing (cont’d)

Disaster Declaration Methods

Disaster Declaration Methods (cont’d)

Disaster Declaration Methods (cont’d)

Disaster Declaration Methods (cont’d)

DRaaS Pricing Models

DRaaS Pricing Models (cont’d)

DRaaS Pricing Models (cont’d)

DRaaS Pricing Models (cont’d)

The Last Word

Legal Disclaimer

Provider Listing

Provider Listing (cont’d)

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The 2019 Disaster-Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS) report offers our first glimpse at global adoption of DRaaS. Not surprisingly, global trends mimic the U.S., with nearly half of businesses surveyed by Frost & Sullivan currently using DRaaS to protect their data. An additional 34% of businesses say they expect to implement DRaaS by 2021, bringing total adoption close to 80% within two years. Today’s hypercompetitive business environment requires not only maintaining the highest levels of system availability, but capitalizing on unique differentiators like data. For most businesses, data—whether customer, research-driven, or market-based—is a concrete asset that is being leveraged in new and different ways, in activities such as product development and marketing. Businesses are also storing more data than ever before, whether for revenue-generating activities, or as a result of activities like backup. At the same time, regulations surrounding data, from the European GDPR to US-based HIPAA regulation and HITRUST certification, require data to be handled with extreme care. When companies lose data, it costs approximately $150 per record lost, with the average data breach costing businesses $3.9 million.1 As a result, businesses are placing greater importance on data backup and recovery.
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No Index No
Podcast No
Author Karyn Price
Industries Information Technology
WIP Number 99E4-00-35-00-00
Is Prebook No
GPS Codes 99E4-C1,9455