Did you ever try to log in a support request with your vendor and they refused to provide it because it seems your product did not belong to the right region?
Now most of the access points that ship are marked 802.11ac capable. The question is what does it really bring? And is it really worth the upgrade?
You just built a nice Disaster Recovery site, and your important Virtual Machines are being replicated to that location. It is time to failover? Check this article.
If I can take a snapshot of my system, why do I need backup? Or if I already have backup, why do you want me to archive?
This type of backup provides the right balance between cost, complexity, speed, availability, recoverability and retention. Does this mean that you can just buy a few hard drives in the computer shop across the street?
How much of that data are you willing to lose to ransomware or deletion? Probably none... or maybe a little bit. This is the reason your organization needs to have a solid backup strategy.