4. How are we going to test, and how often?
A good DRaaS provider wants to test a lot, because the more testing you do, the more likely everything will work when it’s really needed. While testing is expensive and resource-intensive, a solid plan from the DRaaS provider is your best assurance that it knows what it’s doing and will be the calm voice of reason when a real disaster strikes.
5. Does the provider match my security requirements?
Healthcare IT teams work hard to properly secure patient data, and that security also has to be maintained end-to-end with DRaaS. Request a SOC 2 report to be sure that any DRaaS provider being considered can align with your own requirements for security and risk mitigation.
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