Both colocation and DRaaS are viable disaster recovery options for ensuring your business stays up when the chips are down. Though each can effectively transition workloads to a secondary location during interruption, DRaaS is often found to be the better choice — and the greater value — of the two. But neither solution is 100% superior to the other in every case. Read all about it in this thought-provoking whitepaper.
Colocation vs. DRaaS: See the Upside of Each
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- How to assess RTO with each secondary DR site option
- What costs to take into consideration and how to model your ROI
- Which use cases are best for each type of secondary DR site
A Must for IT Service Providers: Service providers, gain invaluable knowledge on when to recommend one solution over the other, keeping in mind that platform consolidation within your client base is often the goal.Download Now!
“Both colocation and disaster recovery as a service can be viable options for ensuring continuity of business. When properly implemented, both solutions achieve the goal of allowing workloads to be transitioned to a remote location in times of disaster. Neither solution however, is 100% superior to the other in every situation.” Brien M. Posey, Best Practices in Business Recovery: Colocation vs. DRaaS