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Recovery Point DRaaS

Recovery Point DRaaS

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  • #19 Software in Backup and Recovery
  • Recovery Point DRaaS market share is 0.86% with more than 288 companies using this software
  • Datanyze helps you reach more than 2,458,620 contacts that are using Recovery Point DRaaS , including IBM Target Dell

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    ABOUT RECOVERY POINT DRAAS

    Recovery Point offers an array of scalable cloud-based backup and recovery solutions for environments ranging from the IBM mainframe through nearly all midrange platforms. These disaster recoveries as a service solution eliminate tape-based restores as the primary method of application recovery.

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    Top Competitors Websites Market Share Vendor
    4,878
    14.62%
    3,212
    9.63%
    3,150
    9.44%
    2,419
    7.25%
    1,705
    5.11%
    1,699
    5.09%
    1,466
    4.40%
    1,209
    3.62%
    1,207
    3.62%
    1,181
    3.54%
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    What is Recovery Point DRaaS and what is used for?

    Recovery Point offers an array of scalable cloud-based backup and recovery solutions for environments ranging from the IBM mainframe through nearly all midrange platforms. These disaster recoveries as a service solution eliminate tape-based restores as the primary method of application recovery.

    Which software are similar or alternative to Recovery Point DRaaS

    Veritas Backup Exec is one of the most well-known alternatives to Recovery Point DRaaS

    Who uses Recovery Point DRaaS?

    288 companies reportedly use Recovery Point DRaaS in their tech stacks, including IBM, Target, Dell