More and more companies are opting for cloud adoption services for their applications, documentation and processes. This implies a number of setbacks for which one must be prepared, otherwise the continuity of the business would be put at risk. For this reason, a contingency plan must be in place, including the key element of backup (BaaS). In this post we tell you the 8 reasons to do BaaS.

What is a Backup?

A Backup as a Service (baaS) is a cloud-managed backup service that facilitates rapid and immediate hybrid data recovery.

This system allows you to adapt to the needs of each organization,choose the type of technology you want, thus getting rid of hardware and software elements and all in pay-as-you-go mode. In addition, the entire cloud environment is continuously monitored, this way, the state of the copies, the quality of the restorations and in general the entire infrastructure can be controlled. This allows full control and ensures that RTO’s and RPO’s are respected.

8 Reasons to Backup (BaaS):

  • Backup against internal disasters and threats,both computer errors of the systems and possible cyberattacks.
  • Data security.
  • Management and control of data recovery.
  • Legal compliance and encrypted data protection.
  • Flexible, it allows you to make backups and access to them from any place or system.
  • Scalable and customisable.
  • High availability and responsiveness.
  • Business continuity

After this there is no doubt that all organizations should have a Backup. But not only should they take this into account, but how to choose the right one. To do this you have to analyze the hosting of the data, that is, that you have the Data Center that meets a series of requirements. In our case Data Center that have TIER certifications thus complying with LOPD and high standards of reliability, power, cooling and security controls.

Another key factor is the increase in customer confidence, as having a back-up transmits security when it comes to handing over data.

It is undoubtedly a cutting-edge technology to protect and manage potential mishaps in an organisation,

And you, do you take a gamble with your data?