About this DRaaS Market Report:

The Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) market is heating up. In fact, it’s on pace to become a $12 billion market by 2020. The cloud and appliance based DRaaS option is especially appealing to midsize organizations that lack the budgets and in-house expertise for IT disaster recovery. However, concerns around the technology remains. 

That’s why Infrascale sponsored a survey with ActualTech Media to better understand the needs of IT decision makers when it comes to DRaaS and what’s preventing them from pulling the trigger. We surveyed more than 350 IT decision makers to help get a better pulse on their needs and concerns. 

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By registering for the special report, you’ll also be invited to an upcoming Infrascale webinar on DRaaS, where you can learn more about the key questions you need to ask any DRaaS vendor to ensure that you can failover critical applications in less than 15 minutes when disaster strikes. We’ll even send a pizza to your office so you can learn on a full stomach. Limitations and eligibility requirements apply. 

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Special Disaster Recovery as a Service Report: 

2015 DRaaS Attitudes & Adoption Report

Here's what you'll learn:

Find out how companies are currently protecting themselves against disaster

Understand what the obstacles are to deploying a DRaaS solution

Gain insight into how long it takes companies to failover critical applications in the wake of a micro or macro disaster

Discover the preferences of IT decision makers on how and where they want to boot up applications (i.e., on the appliance or within the cloud)

Fill out the form to the right to get your complimentary report. 

Upcoming "Pizza" Webinar and Live Q&A with Ken Shaw, CEO of Infrascale

Ken Shaw

CEO, Infrascale Inc.

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