More about SaaS Backup
Software delivery has changed a lot in recent years. Many experts in the industry are saying that installed software, in many areas, is dying. And there are very good reasons for this.
There are certain types of applications which are critical to the core of your business, these should certainly be installed or developed within your own IT infrastructure.
However, there are other areas of your IT which do not contribute directly to the core revenue generating activities of your organization. And all of these processes, instead of being run in house and consuming internal resources, should in fact be outsourced to a company that can offer better service while also providing a lower total cost of ownership because of economies of scale.
The SaaS model stands for “software as a service”. Simply put, SaaS is the process of renting software and running it on someone else’s hardware instead of managing it yourself. Web servers are the classic example of SaaS, since most companies do not want to deal with the headaches of managing the servers that run their public-facing corporate web sites.
With the SaaS model, you can deploy and rent applications from a cloud provider instead of installing them into your own internal data center and spending large amounts of money on software, hardware and infrastructure. Software as a Service is usually cheaper than maintaining your own internal resources. And software as a service also offers more flexibility to companies, since they can modify the services that they rent as their needs change.
Backup is an ideal candidate for SaaS, since manual backups are costly in terms of time and hardware. Also, backups require expert handling and support in order to protect from privacy breaches and data loss. SaaS backup (Backup as a Service) allows companies to remain lean and responsive, without burning them with having to manage all of these systems, hardware and secondary sites themselves.
The money that they save, and the resources that are saved, can be reallocated to other areas of the company which contribute more directly to the bottom line. Storagepipe is a convenient, cost effective, secure, high performance option fo companies that insist on the best backup systems.
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