Backup-as-a-service (BaaS) solutions address a common, recurring problem in organizations: backup deployment and ongoing maintenance. They minimize the need for organizations to deploy backup software and hardware and then fix, patch, and upgrade them. In adopting BaaS, organizations outsource a task many prefer not to do and may not currently manage well. However, BaaS solutions do not represent a one size fits all. Each BaaS’s underlying architecture results in certain offerings being better suited to performing backup and recovery in different IT environments. Hence, organizations that host their IT environment in physical, general-purpose clouds, private clouds, or hybrid IT environments…
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