[VIDEO] Taking DRaaStic Measures to Prevent Business Disruption

Disaster Recovery is a plan that a company can use to protect itself during a catastrophic disruption such as extreme weather, facility damage, and acts of terrorism. These scenarios can cause companies to experience major losses of data and functionality. Servers with critical information run the risk of being damaged leading to permanent data loss.

Check out this short informational video to learn why companies turn to Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) to help them avoid business disruption.


Companies often have a multitude of questions regarding what happens in the event of Disaster Recovery, such as:

  • How much downtime is acceptable?

  • What are the consequences?

  • How much data loss is acceptable in a DR situation?

  • What is the data recovery plan?


Preparing for such scenarios may seem overwhelming for some companies, and can result in underestimating a DR event's severity and a general unwariness of the possible consequences. Thankfully, many managed service providers, such as iCorps, offer Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) for clients. By having a disaster recovery plan in place, companies can help ensure no critical information or data is ever lost.

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If you are unsure of your current data backup and disaster recovery program, iCorps Guardian® solution provides multiple levels of protection including local backups and recovery through onsite image-based backups and business continuity through secure backup and disaster recovery in the cloud. The Managed Service helps to ensure that your organization is capable of recovering from virtually any outage or disastrous event – from data loss and server crashes to major disasters.

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