Frost Radar:全球災難復原即服務 (DRaaS) 產業
Frost Radar in the Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service Industry - Global
|出版商||Frost & Sullivan||商品編碼||917434|
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 28 Pages
|Frost Radar:全球災難復原即服務 (DRaaS) 產業 Frost Radar in the Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service Industry - Global|
|出版日期: 2019年11月07日||內容資訊: 英文 28 Pages||
本報告提供全球災難復原即服務 (DRaaS) 市場相關調查分析，根據Frost Radar的調查手法，提供企業的市場定位相關的系統性資訊。
Today's hypercompetitive business environment requires not only maintaining the highest levels of system availability, but capitalizing on unique differentiators like data. For most businesses, data-whether customer, research-driven, or market-based-is a concrete asset that is being leveraged in new and different ways, in activities such as product development and marketing. Businesses are also storing more data than ever before, whether for revenue-generating activities, or as a result of activities like backup.
At the same time, regulations surrounding data, from the European GDPR to US-based HIPAA regulation and HITRUST certification, require data to be handled with extreme care. When companies lose data, it costs approximately $150 per record lost, with the average data breach costing businesses $3.9 million.
As a result, businesses are placing greater importance on data backup and recovery.
Of businesses surveyed by Frost & Sullivan in 2019:
These statistics highlight a key shift that is currently taking place in the market. Some forward-thinking companies are taking a new approach to overall data management, bringing to market services that integrate numerous services-from backup to disaster recovery, to general storage and analytics-under a single, management platform. This enables their customers to focus on a core asset-their data-rather than on individual tasks like storage, or backup, or disaster recovery.
This shift has implications for the DRaaS market. As more customers seek greater assistance with data management, they seek providers that can offer a comprehensive solution. Thus, DRaaS may become one component of a larger, converged solution that includes storage and storage management-including backup scheduling, replication management, file restoration orchestration, should it become necessary, as well as the security and compliance of data.
The Global DRaaS competitive landscape is highly fragmented with more than 100 providers offering either self-service or assisted products that vie for customer attention and investment.