Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) Companies

Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) Companies Overview

Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) is a cloud based data backup service model that hosts and replicates the business’ data and applications in the event of a natural or man-made disaster. A DRaaS plan allows for business continuity in the event of a system failure.


Business owners work with DRaaS providers to create data recovery plans which outline how to recover and restore essential IT infrastructure in case of business interruptions. Included in this plan is a disaster recovery workflow which details what gets backed up as well as the priorities for data and application recovery. Some companies will choose to protect their entire computing environment while others will decide to only back up vital functions.

Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) Products

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Unitrends Data Center Backup and Recovery

The Unitrends Recovery Series Backup Appliances are hardware developed for data backup and management. They cover enterprise backup, ransomware detection, recovery assurance, proactive monitoring, and cloud continuity into a single platform for organizations of all sizes.

Key Features

  • Universal recovery (301)
    86%
    8.6
  • Incremental backup identification (338)
    85%
    8.5
  • Deduplication and file compression (325)
    85%
    8.5
Datto SIRIS

Datto headquartered in Norwalk, Connecticut offers cloud backup, disaster recovery, and continuity services.

Navisite Managed Infrastructure Services (NaviCloud)

NaviSite boasts flexible and scalable managed services that provide 24x7x365 monitoring and support for any environment a business selects—whether it’s on-premises, in the cloud or hybrid. Their managed infrastructure services include managed infrastructure and hosting, data center…

StorageCraft Cloud-Based Protection

StorageCraft, an Arcserve company since the March 2021 merger, offers their StorageCraft Cloud Backup service as cloud-based backup contingency for data stored in cloud-based applications.

ConnectWise Recover (formerly Continuum)

ConnectWise Recover (formerly Continuum) is a combination of disaster recovery technology and Continuum's NOC with 24x7 monitoring and troubleshooting support, supporting MSPs with extended BDR capacity. Continuum was acquired by ConnectWise in late 2019.

CenturyLink Managed Services

CenturyLink® Managed Services provides skilled IT professionals across a variety disciplines to help you get the most from your IT ecosystem. Leverage skilled and experienced technical specialists, support managers and technical advisors to manage your network, hybrid hosting environments,…

Carbonite Recover

Launched in 2018, Carbonite now overs disaster-recovery-as-a-service (DRaaS) via Carbonite Recover, a service that helps IT administrators keep critical systems online during a disaster with push-button cloud failover.

Datto Alto

Datto ALTO is an all-in-one BCDR solution built for MSPs to prevent data loss and minimize downtime. Utilizing a cloud-first approach, MSPs can offer their clients hybrid backup and recovery with a cloud-based repository and disaster recovery in the cloud. It is administered from…

Sungard Availability Services Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS)

Sungard, headquartered near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, offers disaster recovery as a service via the Sungard Availability Services Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS).

Acronis Disaster Recovery Service

Acronis Disaster Recovery is a hybrid cloud, all-in-one, complete IT business continuity solution that protects, and restores data, servers, or entire data centers suffering from a natural or man-made disaster.

VMware Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS)

VMware offers Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) via the VMware Site Recovery DRaaS for on-premise workloads or AWS, VMware Cloud Disaster Recovery on-demand DRaaS delivered as a SaaS solution, or Cloud Provider Disaster Recovery Solutions DRaaS offerd through accredited VMware…

InterVision Managed Resiliency (formerly Bluelock DRaaS)

InterVision Managed Resiliency is a disaster recovery / enterprise backup as a service based on the former Bluelock Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS), acquired by InterVision Systems in 2018.

NTT Communications Disaster Recovery as a Service

Global company NTT Communications offers Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS).

C&W Business DRaaS

C&W Business, the business software unit of the Caribbean and Latin American telecom C&W Communications headquartered in Florida, offers disaster-recovery-as-a-service (DRaaS).

ServerChoice Disaster Recovery as a Service

UK company ServerChoice offers Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS).

CAPS Disaster Recovery Services

CAPS in Shelton, Connecticut offers disaster recovery as a service.

Flexential Recovery Cloud (formerly Peak 10)

Flexential (formerly Peak 10) headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina offers Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS), with the Flexential Recovery Cloud.

DXC Continuity Services

DXC Technology provides a suite of continuity services, including their DRaaS Managed Continuity Service powered by Microsoft, as well as continuity consulting and other related services. DXC Technology was formed from the merger of CSC and HPE enterprise services.

Daisy Business Continuity

The UK-based Daisy Group offers their Business Continuity services to cover a wide range of technology dependent business operations.

Databarracks Disaster Recovery as a Service

UK company Databarracks offers Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS).

KeepItSafe Cloud Backup

KeepItSafe is a custom cloud service provider that promises to deliver comprehensive backup and disaster recovery solutions. KeepItSafe says it provides global cloud data availability through its Backup-as-a-Service (BaaS), Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS), endpoint protection,…

CGS Cloud Services

Computer Generated Solutions (CGS) Inc in New York offers Cloud Services providing managed cloud migration and infrastructure, disaster recovery as a service, and desktop as a service.

Connectria Managed Cloud

Connectria in St. Louis, Missouri offers a range of Managed Cloud services, including management of public and hybrid cloud infrastructure, disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS), private cloud, and desktop as a service (DaaS).

Spinbackup for Business

Spinbackup is a Cloud-to-Cloud Backup and Cloud Cybersecurity solutions provider for G Suite. With the use of machine learning algorithms, Spinbackup protects organizations against data leak and loss disasters in the cloud by letting G Suite administrators back up their sensitive…

Bell.One Backup as a Service

Bell.One offers Backup as a Service, providing full disk backup and recovery with data transfer across a secure VPN, as well as fast and easy online recovery.

Learn More About Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) Companies

What is Disaster Recovery as a Service?

Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) is a cloud based data backup service model that hosts and replicates the business’ data and applications in the event of a natural or man-made disaster. A DRaaS plan allows for business continuity in the event of a system failure.


Business owners work with DRaaS providers to create data recovery plans which outline how to recover and restore essential IT infrastructure in case of business interruptions. Included in this plan is a disaster recovery workflow which details what gets backed up as well as the priorities for data and application recovery. Some companies will choose to protect their entire computing environment while others will decide to only back up vital functions.

Features and Capabilities

  • Automated test recovery - Automated testing to ensure your data will be recovered accurately

  • RPO (Recovery point objective) - This is the amount of time between data backups, therefore the maximum amount of data that might be lost

  • RTO (Recovery time objective) - The maximum amount of time that can elapse before you must have your data restored

  • Data protection - Additional security to protect your backup data from viruses and ransomware

  • Technical support

Pricing Information

The pricing structure for Disaster Recovery as a Service software is very complex and is best estimated by contacting the vendor. As a general guideline, you can expect to pay based on the amount of storage and number of virtual machines required to emulate your production environment as well as your defined RPO and RTO.