The cloud has become a useful tool for businesses planning to deploy disaster recovery and business continuity solutions.

Businesses of all sizes have recognized how disaster recovery can save them a lot of money; however, experts have found small organizations tend to cut these solutions first during tough economic periods.

With new “recovery-as-a-service” tools available through the cloud, small business leaders now have a cost-effective strategy to ensure the safety of their data. Cloud recovery applications allow businesses to cutback on hardware and software costs, and in their place, outsource their needs to a provider.

In the cloud, companies have more flexibility and scalability options, allowing them to obtain more services from a provider when business is booming and to reduce their services during slower periods.

This improved mobility allows businesses to run more efficiently and increase their overall productivity. Online backup solutions tend to be easy to setup, requiring a nearly non-existent learning curve. This added convenience and ease of use makes cloud recovery apps a more appealing solution for business leaders.ADNFCR-2553-ID-19933036-ADNFCR