According to the latest 2022 MSP Threat Report* almost two out of every three mid-size businesses suffered a ransomware attack in the past 18 months. A fifth of those are required to spend at least $250,000 to recover from it.
As we are fast approaching the end of 2022 the time is right to start thinking about securing your organization’s data for 2023.
Planning a Disaster Recovery strategy for the upcoming year is essential for ensuring business continuity in case of a breach or disaster. The trends indicate that many IT leaders are turning toward cloud-based options to do just that. Veeam’s 2021 Data Protection as-a-Service Report** reveals that 70% of more than 1000 survey respondents use cloud-powered data protection services, while 30% plan to start using them.
Available on an OpEx-based model, cloud-based data protection services enable organizations to cost-effectively deploy robust data protection. In this webinar, we considered the advantages of such solutions and provided an overview of best practices for ensuring business continuity.
William Bell, EVP of Products at phoenixNAP, and Michael Deemer, Inside Systems Engineer at Veeam, discussed the following key topics:
– Cybersecurity predictions for 2023
– Importance of high availability and business continuity
– Why IT leaders are turning toward DRaaS
– DRaaS technical features and benefits
– Best practices for DRaaS implementation
* Source: 2022, MSP Trends Report, available at: https://info.connectwise.com/cybersecurity/fortify/ebook/rmkt/2022-msp-threat-report
** Source: Veeam, Data Protection as‑a‑Service 2023 https://go.veeam.com/report-data-protection-as-a-service-2021
Publisher: phoenixNAP Global IT Services
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