The advent of digitalization has taken over almost all the businesses across the globe, where digital data has become a significant part. Along with this, data security and protection are becoming a crucial business need, giving rise to the deployment of systems and carrying out the services for safeguarding business information. Disaster recovery as-a-service is one such process that assists businesses in similar operations. Organizations gain a complete backup of the system that allows business continuity in case of system failures. Also referred to as business continuity as a service, disaster recovery as-a-service enable complete replication of cloud data. It serves a secondary infrastructure that allows businesses to continue with their business operations while it handles the repairs.
Australia and New Zealand Reflect Profitable Scope
Although disaster recovery as-a-service is a combination of several services, the global disaster recovery as-a-service landscape has witnessed a significant demand for backup and recovery services. The cloud service providers are the preferred service providers in the global landscape. The Australian and New Zealand market has also witnessed several developments such as the proliferation of digitalization and data recovery and backup. The region is offering significant business scope for disaster recovery-as-a-service providers.
Cloud Services to the Rescue
The cloud services have evolved significantly over the recent years owing to its growing use in several sectors. As cloud services provide effective scalability and flexibility for carrying out effective business operations. Furthermore, the cloud services play a vital role in the disaster recovery-as-a-service, owing to which there are various developments carried out pertaining to cloud services expansions.
For instance, a leading provider of mission-critical cloud, cloud workspaces, cloud file storage solutions, and business continuity, Neverfail, introduced a new cloud services data center in Sydney, Australia. With this expansion, the company is able to serve a variety of ISV clients and Neverfail’s enterprise. The introduction of this data center was a part of the company’s global expansion strategy, and similar to Neverfail’s other data centers, it offers state-of-the-art reliability and operational excellence by hosting disaster recovery backup services and production servers for Neverfail’s clients.
A similar development was made by a leading disaster recovery-as-a-service provider, Acronis also expanded its disaster recovery-as-a-service cloud to Australia and New Zealand. The new platform is built on Acronis Backup Cloud and is designed to allow service providers to recover their customers’ IT systems, data, and applications with the help of the existing cloud structure of the vendors.
Application specific demand for disaster recovery-as-a-service is gaining major prevalence in recent times. Companies operating in the disaster recovery-as-a-service ecosystem, are extending their capabilities in the same line. With the increasing opportunities reflected by the Australian and New Zealand market, the leading providers of disaster recovery-as-a-service are shifting focus towards the region with new expansions.
For instance, Microsoft is the claimed to be the only provider to deliver cloud services designed especially for meeting the needs of the critical national infrastructure and governments of Australia and New Zealand, including telecommunications, transport, banks, and utilities. Such large-scale developments are expected to boost the disaster recovery-as-a-service offerings in Australia and New Zealand.
What Lies Ahead for Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service Providers?
The growing demand for IT and IT infrastructure coupled with the significance gained by data security and protection are expected to fuel the demand for disaster recovery-as-a-service. The companies are reaping opportunities in line with the growing demand for further expand their presence. Furthermore, as disaster recovery-as-a-service enhances flexibility, owing to the simplicity of cloud deployment and instant storage of data, along with the extended scalability associated with data recovery, various small, medium as well as large enterprises are opting for these services. Safeguarding data of customers remains a vital practice in various end user application segments such as banks and financial institutions. Such applications are expected to boost the demand for disaster recovery-as-a-service around the world.
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