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Ransomware attacks, malware, human error, and cloud outages are just a few of the threats that can instantly take an organization offline—thereby risking the integrity and availability of its data.
Disaster recovery is the collective response to such events. Part of this response includes the restoring of the data and applications needed to maintain business continuity. When planned and executed successfully, a disaster recovery plan can minimize or fully avoid downtime that would threaten permanent data loss, disabling internal processes, and the disruption of customers and end users.
During a disaster event and subsequent recovery, speed is of the utmost importance—just a few minutes can be the difference between an organization’s vital infrastructure going offline or remaining operational with little to no effect on processes and end users.
With many of today’s organizations now hosting their applications and workloads in the cloud, most have also turned to cloud native backup solutions to protect their data—leaving legacy solutions like physical, on-premises backup in the past. If an incident occurs that leads to data being lost, corrupted, or compromised, the cloud backup solution can initiate data recovery and restore the most recent copy of the data from any location.
However, not all cloud backup solutions are the same in terms of features and capabilities. Using a cloud backup solution does not automatically guarantee the data will be safe, uncorrupted, or restorable at a speed that ensures business continuity.
Here is the truth: your organization’s disaster recovery abilities are only as good as the tools it uses. For a cloud backup solution to facilitate fast and effective IT disaster recovery, it must be able to:
You need a way to not only keep the backup data secured from threats, you also need a way to quickly restore the specific data required to keep your operations going rather than waiting on all the data to be restored. Here’s how Clumio addresses these needs directly.
Developed natively in the cloud, Clumio is an industry-pioneering cloud backup-as-a-service platform that provides organizations with a wide range of innovative data backup, protection, and restore features.
Clumio delivers optimized cloud disaster recovery by creating instant data backups across your organization and storing the data in an encrypted, air-gapped environment outside of the primary account to safeguard it from being compromised by threats like ransomware. This ensures that you always have a valid backup copy to restore data from.
If data recovery is needed, Clumio utilizes granular, flexible file recovery features that quickly restores the specific mission-critical files and workloads, speeding up the disaster recovery process and ensuring you meet RTO (recovery time objective) to maintain business continuity.
Faster disaster recovery can be the difference between costly downtime and seamless business continuity. See for yourself why Clumio is the industry’s leading developer for cloud backup and rapid data restore. Schedule a demo today and learn how your business can get started with Clumio in under 15 minutes and lower your (RTO), without the need to install new infrastructure or software or conduct any pre-planning beforehand.
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Ransomware is just one of many potential threats that can risk the integrity of an organization’s data at a moment’s notice, creating a domino effect that can result in costly downtime and disruption to both internal processes and end users. Fortunately, an effective disaster recovery plan can mitigate—or even avoid—the potentially devastating effects of a ransomware attack.