The digital transformation of business, combined with the changes to the global workforce due to COVID-19, have had a tremendous impact on backup and disaster recovery. Now more than ever, protecting data is one of the most important things that can be done. Downtime has significant consequences, including a direct negative correlation to a company’s ongoing viability.

Fortunately, with the proliferation of cloud technologies and the advancement of Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS), a pathway exists for companies to progress along their digital transformation journeys and support the increasing demands of a remote work world.

The Disaster Recovery 2021: 37 Trends and Statistics infographic provides key DR insights impacting your business.


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