Why testing and exercising are essential for an effective business continuity programme

This is a tale from the mists of time; from days of yore when it was difficult to get people interested in business continuity management and even more difficult to secure their involvement in exercises and tests (OK, in fairness, that could have been this week, but just indulge me for a moment). Some of […]

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Pressure tested

A few weeks ago I took delivery of a shiny new car. So you don’t think I’m showing off, or that I’ve won the lottery, I should perhaps explain that the previous vehicle was well over four years old and had clocked up the best part of a hundred thousand miles. More to the point, […]

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Oz’s ice bucket challenge

As you may know (if not, have a squint at ‘An icy crisis’ and ‘Water, water everywhere (part 2)’) I’m a big fan of ice cubes. I do, however, prefer them floating in a glass of gin and tonic rather than in fifteen buckets. Particularly when those buckets are being brandished menacingly by fifteen grinning children with […]

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Is it just me? (part 2)

Is it just me? Is it really? In a scene somewhat reminiscent of the supermarket painkillers fiasco (see “Is it just me (part 1)“) I recently attempted something equally ridiculous – I called my dentist to book an appointment. Yes, it was naïve of me, I admit, but I know better now. Some time ago I […]

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The best laid plans

I spent last weekend in Wales, at the world-famous annual golfing event, the Abersoch Open. There’s a blow-by-blow account in my previous blog “@TheAbersoch” so I won’t repeat too much of it here. Suffice it to say that it was just about the wettest weekend in living memory, I played like a rank amateur, my team […]

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