|By PR Newswire||
|September 3, 2014 07:05 PM EDT||
NEW YORK, Sept. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:
Global Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service Market [DRaaS; RaaS; Cloud DR; DR on Cloud]: 2014-2017 Market by Service Providers and End Users (Enterprise, Mid market & SMB), Market by Geographies (North America, South America, SEA & APJ, MEA, Europe), Notable Pr
Organizations have become so competitive these days that they cannot afford to lose out on any data, be it customer information or internal business secrets. They need to be up and running 24X7. A minute of downtime would cost them thousands of dollars. And that is where the need for DRaaS comes into play.
Cloud based disaster recovery solutions come at an affordable price point with easy implementation. Companies are opting for cloud based DR rather than on-premise recovery. This is one among the emerging cloud based technologies which is catching pace in recent times.
This report focuses on the market dynaimcs (drivers, challenges and opportunities), Global DRaaS market (current size & forecast), Service Provider Analysis: Current market size & forecast (enterprise, mid-market & SMB), End-user Analysis: Current market size & forecast (enterprise, mid-market & SMB), Region specific market analysis: Curent market size & forecast (North America, South America, Middle East & Africa, South East Asia and Asia pacific Japan, Europe), Market analysis by DR model & Storage type, talent ecosystem and notable product development. Apart from this, the report performs a DRaaS provider analysis for 32 companies across 3 regions (North America, SEA-APJ and Europe) and 4 types of service providers (IT Services, Cloud Service Provider, DR-Networking-Storage Service Provider and Telecom-Unified Communications Service Provider.
1.1 Key Take Away Points
1.2 Markets Covered
1.3 Stakeholders Of The Report
2. Research Methodology
2.1 Research Formulation
2.2 Approach of Data Collection
2.3 Data Analysis
2.4 Data Representation
3. Market Environment
3.1 Global Cloud Computing Market
3.2 Various Cloud Services: Definition & Introduction
3.3 Key Developments In Cloud Computing
4. Market Sketch
4.1 Definition of DRaaS
4.2 Evolution of DRaaS
4.3 Market Segmentation
4.4 Market Dynamics
4.5 Porter's Five Forces Analysis
5. Global DRaaS Market
5.1 Gross Market Size
5.2 Market Forecast
6. Market Size, Analysis & Forecast by Service Providers
Market Size & Forecast
6.2 Mid-Market and SMB
Market Size & Forecast
7. Market Size, Analysis & Forecast by End Users
Market Size & Forecast
7.2 Mid-Market and SMB
Market Size & Forecast
8. DRaaS Market in North America
8.1 Key Take Away Points
8.2 Market Size and Forecast
8.3 Market By Service Providers
8.4 Leading Countries In The Region
9. DRaaS Market in South America
9.1 Key Take Away Points
9.2 Market Size and Forecast
9.3 Market By Service Providers
9.4 Leading Countries In The Region
10. DRaaS Market in South East Asia & APJ
10.1 Key Take Away Points
10.2 Market Size and Forecast
10.3 Market By Service Providers
10.4 Leading Countries In The Region
11. DRaaS Market in Middle East & Africa (MEA)
11.1 Key Take Away Points
11.2 Market Size and Forecast
11.3 Market By Service Providers
11.4 Leading Countries In The Region
12. DRaaS Market in Europe
12.1 Key Take Away Points
12.2 Market Size and Forecast
12.3 Market By Service Providers
12.4 Leading Countries In The Region
13. Market Size by DR Model & Storage Type
13.1 Market Size By DR Model
13.2 Market Size By Storage Type
14. Talent Ecosystem
14.1 Top Service Providers In The Region
14.2 Talent Pool and Breakup By Functional Units
14.2.1 Total Talent Pool
14.2.2 Total Talent by Functional Units
14.3. Prominent & Emerging Cities For DRaaS Talent
15. Notable Product Development Fact-file
16. Service Provider Analysis
- Business Overview
- Line of Business (LoB)
- Business Overview
- Company Financials
- Key Developments in DRaaS
- DRaaS SWOT: DRaaS Perspective
1. By Type of DRaaS Provider:
- IT Services: Hewlett Packard, IBM, CA Technologies, Microsoft, Sungard Availability Services
- Cloud Service Provider: VMware, CenturyLink, AWS, Rackspace, Acxiom
- DR, Networking & Strorage Service Provider: Axcient, NTT America, Datto Backup, Vision Solutions, Acronis
- Telecom & Unified Communications Service Provider: Windstream, Allstream
2. By Geographies:
- North America: FusionStorm, Verizon Terremark, Commvault Systems, Evault, iLand
- Europe: Colt, Interoute Communications, Kelway, InTechnology Managed Services, iomart
- SEA & APJ: Persistent Systems, Netmagic Solutions, UberGlobal Enterprise, Datacom, Perpetuuiti Technosoft PTE
- Hewlett Packard
- CA Technologies
- Sungard Availability Services
- NTT America
- Datto Backup
- Vision Solutions
- Verizon Terremark
- Commvault Systems
- Interoute Communications
- InTechnology Managed Services
- Persistent Systems
- Netmagic Solutions
- UberGlobal Enterprise
- Perpetuuiti Technosoft PTE
To order this report: Global Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service Market [DRaaS; RaaS; Cloud DR; DR on Cloud]: 2014-2017 Market by Service Providers and End Users (Enterprise, Mid market & SMB), Market by Geographies (North America, South America, SEA & APJ, MEA, Europe), Notable Pr
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