Business continuity has become one of the major concerns for companies everywhere, especially in view of the rising cases of cyber attacks and threats as well as owing to imbalance which is a direct result of the recent pandemic.
According to Nikhil Korgaonkar, Regional Director – India & SAARC at Arcserve, “The need to have a Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery (BCDR) solutions is critical for any organization. It is a preventive approach to assume that disasters, and pandemics, causing cyber damage may be actually inevitable.”
Korgaonkar further reiterated that when it comes to picking the right solutions for disaster recovery and data backup, organizations must keep factors such as on-premises or cloud, tapes, technologies, snapshot-based backup, continuous replications and disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) into consideration.
He also noted that retrieval of lost data should not be time-consuming since that would result in loss of business time, as well as delay in service delivery. Also, disaster recovery must help businesses to resume work as quickly as possible or else it would result in the loss of key customers and also impact business value.