Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery

Business Continuity

The Business Continuity Plan supports the company, that wants to excel in the market, to  prove to be proactive and resilient in business , by providing the necessary structure  able to address critical issues and adversity.

Business Continuity is usually defined as a cyclical process that involves the identification of potential risks for business, evaluating the extent of possible damages, estimating the effects and planning actions responsiveness to change with appropriate solutions able to guarantee the uninterrupted operations of critical applications or the rapid refreshing of optimal conditions in terms of management, legal and administrative plans.


Disaster Recovery Plan is part of the Business Continuity Plan and carries out the techniques by which systems, data and infrastructure are protected during critical events and emergencies as well as the process that follows  their recovery.

How can Wiit help your Business?

  1. Business Continuity Plan: WIIT has developed a Operations Continuity Methodology inspired by the ISO 22301 directive, founded on a structured approach not based just on technology, but capable of addressing all the processes involved in the operations restore.
  2. Protection against Hardware Failure and Operations Errors: The systems and data are protected in case of Hardware and Software fault, and the problems generated by “human errors” (for example following maintenance activity, etc..)
  3. Ability to “navigate” in time: In every situation, even not in the presence of a fault, it’s possible to repick up operations starting from a temporal point preceding the problem (minutes/hours, within the predefined memory buffer) attaining the restore of data without incongruence, corruption etc..
  4. High Compression of Data: The technologies we have adopted use a compression algorithm which optimizes the copy of the data. This guarantees the creation of geographic clusters with lower conusmption of bandwidth for the connection between the primary site and the secondary.


  1. Restore time (RTO)
  2. Interruption time (RPO)