DCIG Report – Using the cloud for disaster recovery
Organizations already store copies of backup data in cloud storage offerings from Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and others. Now they want to use
those backup copies to perform disaster recoveries (DR) in the cloud.
However, organizations cannot assume backup copies stored on cloud storage immediately positions them to perform a DR in the cloud. Rather, those backup copies have only set the stage for them to do so.
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