Disaster Recovery (DR) IT Services

Ensure data protection in the event of a disaster and get your critical systems back up and running sooner!

IT Disaster Recovery Services

Streamline Your Recovery Processes While Keeping Your Data Intact

ProSource provides disaster recovery experts who can help you match your disaster recovery plan with your unique needs.

Why choose ProSource for disaster recovery?

  • Preserve your data’s integrity thanks to our regular onsite & offsite data backups.
  • Avoid backup failures with point-in-time snapshots and server replicas that reduce corruption risks.
  • Ensure a rapid response if ever an issue occurs thanks to our team’s 24/7 disaster support availability.
  • Rest assured that business operations can continue even if your physical office is damaged by natural disasters.
  • Reduce your risk of IT disasters by moving to a 100% U.S.-based data center with a 99% uptime guarantee.

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Featured Disaster Recovery IT Solutions

Business Continuity

Maintain business continuity with a 24/7 incident response team that’s ready to spring into action and get your systems back to normal sooner.

IT Disaster Recovery Consultants

Trust ProSource’s seasoned experts to thoroughly assess your needs and risks so we can craft a tailored DR plan that truly fits your organization.

Hardware Protection

Protect your physical servers in case of hardware failures or theft with instant failover processes and regular backups that help keep your network running.

Cloud Disaster Recovery

Ensure your entire cloud infrastructure stays secure and stays useful by letting our team help it recover if anything happens.

Virtual Machines

Support business continuity with virtual desktops that allow seamless remote access to ensure operations continue during a disaster.

Upgrade Issues

Prevent disruptions from upgrades or service pack deployments and ensure that your systems remain stable during updates.

Application Backups

If applications stop working, redeploy quickly to prevent data loss and maintain continuous operations thanks to our standby servers.

Load-Balanced Servers

Enhance efficiency with load-balanced servers that are optimized to intelligently direct traffic, reduce response times, and ensure disaster preparedness.

Migration Protection

Proactively prepare for potential disasters that could occur during data migrations and leverage our expertise to find ways to effectively mitigate them.

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Why Outsource IT Disaster Recovery Services?

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Lessen The Potential Impact of a Ransomware Attack

The rate of ransomware attacks increased by 73% between 2022 and 2023. This is largely due to the fact that these attacks are increasingly easy to enact.

Proactive measures will reduce your risk, but you also need to be prepared for the possibility that you may become a target.

ProSource’s IT disaster recovery solutions can lessen the impact of a ransomware attack if one occurs. That’s because we regularly back up your data.

As a result, you’ll still have a spare copy of the data that a bad actor may encrypt during an attack. Therefore, you can continue business-as-usual while we work together to figure out the situation.

Empower Your Employees With The Skills to React

No matter its cause, many people are quick to push the “panic button” if an IT disaster occurs. The problem is that people in “panic mode” without the right education can potentially make the situation worse.

That’s one of the advantages of working with ProSource to establish your disaster recovery plan.

We’ll collaborate with any in-house experts you may have to ensure we have practical next steps that your team can follow in the worst case scenario.

When you have a clear, realistic plan in place for any disaster, you can expedite your recovery and prevent well-intentioned mistakes from causing additional issues.

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Strategically Plan The Right Recovery Process For Each Potential Disaster

Hardware failures and natural disasters are both fairly out of your team’s control. Yet, these two factors combined account for 47% of all data loss incidents.

While it’s important to prepare for cyber attacks, you need a disaster recovery solution that can help you move past incidents that had nothing to do with humans.

ProSource can help you achieve that. Our team will assess your organization’s biggest potential risks and craft specific plans for each one.

Therefore, you’ll have a more effective recovery strategy for anything that could possibly happen.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What Are The Most Common Threats to IT Systems That Require Disaster Recovery Solutions?

Any threat that could potentially lead to data loss, data corruption, data leaks, or business interruptions requires a disaster recovery plan.

However, the most common examples of such threats are:

  • Natural disasters, like hurricanes and floods
  • Hardware failures, such as server crashes
  • Device theft
  • Software bugs
  • Cyber attacks or malware
  • Accidental deletion
  • Power outages
  • Configuration errors

How Often Should a Business Test Their Disaster Recovery Procedures?

A business should test their disaster recovery procedures at least once a year. However, testing frequency might increase depending on your needs.

You should also run a test after:

  • New technology implementations
  • Significant updates to existing systems
  • After a recovery from an actual incident

Regular testing helps identify gaps and ensures all team members know their roles in an emergency.

What Does Failover Mean in IT Disaster Recovery?

Failover in IT disaster recovery refers to the automatic switching process where a system seamlessly transfers control to a backup system if the primary system fails.

This system ensures that services continue without interruption.

Failover mechanisms are essential for maintaining the availability of critical applications and data in the event of hardware failure, software issues, or other disruptions.

What is The Difference Between RTO & RPO?

Recovery time objective (RTO) and recovery point objective (RPO) are key concepts in disaster recovery planning.

RTO is the maximum amount of time your business systems can be offline after a disruption. RPO refers to the maximum age of files that must be recovered from backup storage for normal operations to resume without significant losses.

Essentially, RTO is about downtime, and RPO focuses on data loss.

What is a Load-Balanced Server?

A load-balanced server refers to a group of servers that distribute workloads among them to optimize resource use, maximize throughput, improve response times, and ensure redundancy in case of server failure.

Load balancing is essential for managing the high volume of incoming network traffic and requests to large-scale websites and applications.This improves overall service availability and reliability.