According to analysts, approximately 80% of companies that did not have a BCP (Business Continuity Planning) or a DRP (Disaster Recovery Plan) failed to recover or survive when faced with a disaster.

The strategic operation of any business organization requires anticipating various types of potential disasters, preparing and implementing preventive measures. The objective of these critical activities is to minimize damage by establishing immediate recovery measures to enable the organization to carry on its business in a disaster situation.


Business Continuity Planning is designed to ensure that essential business functions are maintained during and after a disaster. By creating a BCP, companies can prevent the interruption of mission critical services and enable the rapid and smooth restoration of most, or all, of an organization’s vital business processes and operations to normal levels.


Companies generally create a series of Disaster Recovery Plans as part of their BCP. DRPs are technical plans designed for specific components of the company, such as the IT, to ensure the prompt recovery of a specific business application.

The BCP/ DRPs should address:


Additional critical resources

such as the workforce, the premises, unique machinery and tools, etc.

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Core business


applications, infrastructure

Management of the BCP/DRP

Backup & Restoration Services

Using hardware hosted at our site Based on a cloud storage solution

Establishment of a DRP site for IT

According to the client-selected configuration:

  1. Cold site

  2. Hot site

  3. Redundant site

  4. Cloud DR (Disaster Recovery) solution

Establishment of a BCP site

in case of a disaster to enable the client’s personnel to maintain business process operations at the client’s premises, including office space for personnel as required by the customer.