A detailed backup-as-a-service evaluation guide and checklist
Backup for the cloud era
In recent years, IT modernization driven by cloud computing has led to rapid innovation and growth. Yet not all critical IT infrastructure has been leveled up consistently or at the same pace on cloud journeys, creating inefficiencies and cyber vulnerabilities that organizations can’t afford.
The often overlooked modernization move to backup infrastructure in the cloud—beyond what SaaS vendors provide—can deliver the same kind of agility to your enterprise as running your modern apps in the cloud. That’s because backup as a service (BaaS) is a business-continuity fundamental that consolidates legacy backup silos built before the cloud while improving and fortifying your cloud experience, operations, and costs.