Cloud computing delivers faster recovery times and multi-site availability at a fraction of the cost of conventional disaster recovery. Cloud computing is based on virtualization, which is different from traditional disaster recovery approaches.

With virtualization the entire server, including the operating system, applications, patches and data can be copied or backed up to an offsite data center and become available on a virtual host in a matter of minutes. Tierney Smith of TechSoup Canada sums up the advantages as “The move towards the cloud holds a lot of exciting potential for nonprofits of all sizes.

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