Cloud Software Rains on End-Users

Do DNS attacks mean you should have a backup plan?

Last week, DNS attacks leveled key gateways leading to dozens of outages amongst business applications. For so many companies who have become dependent on SaaS applications or cloud-based services it was a scary event that at a minimum led to a loss of productivity.

Do DNS attacks qualify as a disaster?

They can. There is no guarantee that a provider can get back up quickly. Many of our competitors tout they are “cloud only” and bragging that on-premise software is dead and buried.

We offer a web-based solution, but allow customers to deploy in their private cloud, the public cloud or on-premise. In the event of a disaster, our customers can re-deploy their applications and recover their data to a protected, in-house offering. Sure, it’s not immediate but it beats never knowing if you can get back up and running.

Make sure you protect your contracts. The Cloud is great, but without a backup option you won’t end up with sunny skies.

To find out more about how you can protect your contracts with Exari, click here.

9.thumbnailBill Hewitt is Exari’s CEO. Reach out in the comments or @billhewittCEO.

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