The traditional model of disaster recovery is typically based on a combination of local backup schemes, possible rental of hot or cold sites, and replacement telecom arrangements. However, the current rise of a variety of cloud services that support remotely accessed storage and applications has presented a variety of hybridized disaster recovery schemes. A growing number of vendors now offer disaster recovery-as-a-service (DRaaS) options. Instructions: write a 5–6-page research paper that examines DRaaS in depth. You may take either a pro or con position. The minimum page count is 5–6 pages (not including the cover page, etc.).