Things to watch out for with these services are:
- Bandwidth between your site and the service provider. This can significantly add to your basic cost if you don't have sufficient bandwidth.
- Service-level agreements should always be reviewed thoroughly. You need to understand how secure your data is once it's under the care of your backup service provider and how fast you can get it back when needed.
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