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CJIS Compliant Cloud Disaster Recovery Solution

With DSM, CJIS-compliant Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS) options are available to all CJIS entities in Florida through our multi-cloud solution. 

  • Florida DR Contract #991-268-11-1
  • GSA - Cloud Services - GS-35F

CJIS Private & Azure's CJIS Compliant Public Cloud

DSM and Microsoft have joined forces to provide an immediate, CJIS-compliant disaster recovery solution for your mission-critical data. Whether you choose DSM’s CJIS Private Cloud, Microsoft Azure’s CJIS-compliant public cloud, or a combination of both, DSM is ready to help you develop and implement your complete CJIS disaster recovery plan. 


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Key CJIS DRaaS Elements


Data Transmission

All DSM solutions are FIPS 140-2 certified.


Storage at Rest

Whether you choose to keep your data encrypted at rest or not, DSM enables your organization to remain secure to the highest standards.



Should the need arise for you to fail over, DSM has high performing vCD cloud for instant availability; both familiar and scalable.



DSM has been the leading DR provider for the State of Florida for nearly a decade, and has a broad range of experts to fully support your disaster needs before and during critical events.



Fast and convenient procurement available through State of Florida DR contract.



Annual DR testing is included in DSM’s DRaaS solution.

DSM's DRaaS Solution

DSM has integrated a robust, offsite replication solution leveraging Zerto and Veeam. DSM’s DRaaS solution ensures clients’ high availability of production workloads by having industry-leading RTOs and RPOs to quickly restore compromised workloads.

Defined Terms


FIPS 140-2

The NIST leading U.S. government computer security standard used to approve cryptographic modules within a security system.



The recovery time objective, a targeted duration of time and a service level in which a business process must be restored after a disaster (or disruption) to avoid unacceptable consequences associated with a break in business continuity.



The recovery point objective, the maximum targeted period in which data (transactions) might be lost from an IT service due to a major incident.



A strategy in which an organization utilizes two or more cloud computing platforms to power the technology behind their business solutions.


DSM has nearly a decade serving as the State of Florida’s go-to Disaster Recovery provider and has been awarded the only private disaster recovery data center contract by the State of Florida. See why many of the largest agencies in the Sunshine State trust DSM.

Talk to an Expert

DSM has always been very responsive to our needs and has brought innovative ideas to the table. We have been very pleased with the company and service we have received. They have always been responsive; professional and a pleasure to work with.

Craig W. VollertsenFlorida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services

DSM was integral in being able to actually save our business when we had a fire and our building burned down. We would have lost our business without DSM. They came to our rescue.

Luis CampanoJerue

Market experts...and their team has a heart of a teacher to help clients understand complex issues regarding technology. Facility secure, and they offer reasonable recurring engagements.

Steve Madden

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The State of Florida's go-to DRaaS provider