Most organizations believe that in the unlikely event of a natural disaster or major power outage, their disaster recovery (DR) plan will keep them up and running. But the reality is, these events happen more often than you think and most DR plans aren't up to snuff. They typically cover servers and networks, but don’t address desktops at all. That’s because it’s too expensive to duplicate physical desktops just for emergency situations. As a result, many businesses opt to do nothing. But if your desktops go down, your employees could be out of work for days – and the effect on your business could be disastrous. Instead, many businesses are turning to Desktops as a Service (DaaS) for an affordable, easy way to ensure worker productivity and business continuity, whenever or wherever disaster strikes.