Tag Archives | Business continuity

Oh dear diary

A couple of blogs ago (see ‘It’s all geek to me’) I mentioned the fact that I’m not, shall we say, totally wedded to technology, at least not for technology’s sake. In that blog I also mentioned that I’m an aficionado of the humble paper diary. Whilst I admit it’s not particularly shiny or whizzy, my paper […]

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A deep and meaningful experience

Last week I was subjected to a torture session masquerading as physiotherapy, to help treat yet another sport-related ailment (see ‘Eye eye captain‘, ‘Going head to head‘ and ‘A toe-curling tale‘). This time it’s a condition called plantar fasciitis, which, if you’re not familiar with or had the misfortune to suffer from it, results in […]

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It’s all geek to me

A friend of mine has, on more than one occasion, and somewhat unfairly in my opinion, accused me of being a Luddite. It’s not that I have anything against technology per se and, unlike the original Luddites, I have no particular desire to destroy it (at least only the occasional urge, but only when it’s deserved). In […]

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The ramblings of a travelling consultant – episode 8

I recently spent a week in Sofia in Bulgaria, with a colleague, helping a client with some business continuity exercises and tests. The work went fine and, as expected, an assortment of successes, gaps, suggested improvements and follow-up actions were identified. Client confidentiality prevents me from divulging further details – that and the fact that it […]

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The skiing bug

Seasoned readers of my blog will know that the Osbornes are keen skiers (see ‘A white Christmas‘, ‘Ski boots and celery‘, ‘Piste again‘ and ‘Snow bother‘). We recently spent a week in Cortina D’Ampezzo, in the Italian Dolomites, with some friends, with whom we’ve holidayed many times over the years. My mate Richard has, in fact, […]

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It’s about time

I can’t believe it’s already more than a month since the Easter weekend, the subject of this blog. As so often happens, I started writing it shortly after the event, but then other priorities conspired to prevent, or at least delay, its completion. Still, here it is at last, better late than never. The Osbornes […]

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