Comparing Top Backup and Disaster Recovery Vendors – Solutions Review

Comparing Top Backup and Disaster Recovery Vendors Solutions ReviewWith so many backup and disaster recovery vendors in the enterprise, making a choice is overwhelming. On top of that, vendors are often changing and adding features to their solutions in order to adapt to the market and remain competitive. This only causes the decision-making process to be more difficult for businesses.

Backup and disaster recovery solutions range in the features that they offer. Solutions can include end-to-end encryption for maximum data protection, one-click failovers in order to configure the sequence and timing of mission-critical systems, and more recently, mobile data security that gives users the ability to remotely back up and wipe the data on their devices. Clearly, different vendors have a lot to provide. However, while there are many features offered across the board, every solution has strengths and weaknesses. Finding the right vendor and solution for your business is a complex process. Research needs to be done in order to get the full picture because making a choice based solely off of a solution’s capabilities doesn’t allow you to make a fully informed decision.

Solutions Review is here to make finding the right solution for your business simpler. To do so, we’ve created various resources for buyers and written articles to assist in evaluating enterprise technology solutions. In our Backup and Disaster Recovery Buyer’s Guide, readers have access to a complete BUDR market overview. The guide includes profiles of companies and products, key capabilities to consider for the top-24 vendors, ten questions for potential BUDR buyers to ask, and our bottom line analysis.

BUDR vendors covered in our buyer’s guide include Acronis, Actifio, Altaro, Arcserve, Asigra, Axcient, Bacula Systems, Barracuda Networks, Carbonite, CloudBerry Lab, Commvault, Datto, Dell EMC, Druva, FalconStor, IBM, Infrascale, Microfocus, Nakivo, NovaStor, StorageCraft, Unitrends, Veeam, and Veritas Technologies.

If you’re purchasing a BUDR solution for the first time, or looking to make the switch to something different, we hope that this is the best resource to help start your search.

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