Traditional disaster recovery solutions require servers, space and maintenance. But disaster recovery in the cloud replicates and stores your data in real time, and you can easily restore everything wherever you have an internet connection. You can also gain new capacity on demand without running out of storage.
Recently, Derek Adair, Strategic Multicloud Architect at Zerto, joined James Tantram, Director of Product Management for Data Centre & Cloud at Rogers for Business, to discuss how organizations can prepare for whatever may come their way.
To learn more about data protection services and what they can do for your business, contact a Rogers for Business representative today.