Banks are starting to use cloud computing services to manage a critical and sensitive part of their technology needs — disaster recovery.

Banks that rely on cloud computing would rent space on servers held by a third party rather than manage that hardware in-house. Cloud services promise to save banks money and accelerate recovery time, but uptake has so far been slow, with smaller banks in the vanguard.

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