Monthly Archives: January 2012

How do you plan for the unpredictable?

How can you plan for something that is unpredictable? Read on for some general tips Business Continuity Planning is the process of preparing your business so it can continue serving its customers and generating profits when something has gone wrong. There are any number of events that can cause an incident that has the potential…

Interested in Business Continuity? Listen to The Archers

It may be an everyday story of country folk, but The Archers can teach us all a good lesson I was driving home this evening (16th January 2012), listening to Radio Four and battling the traffic on the A1. Whilst not being a regular listener to The Archers, I couldn’t help but be interested in…

5 good reasons why small businesses need a Business Continuity Plan

Failing to plan is planning to fail When I ask small business owners about their position on business continuity planning, they often say that  is that it’s not something they are focused on, or that it is something they have thought about but not implemented. If you are the owner of a small business, then…

Change your password before you change girlfriends

This was the playful headline to an item I heard on the BBC World Service recently. The point being made was that you should never tell anybody your passwords; not even your girlfriend. If, however, you have told your girlfriend one of your passwords, and you then cease to be friends, make sure you change…

Monthly Archives: January 2012

How do you plan for the unpredictable?

How can you plan for something that is unpredictable? Read on for some general tips Business Continuity Planning is the process of preparing your business so it can continue serving its customers and generating profits when something has gone wrong. There are any number of events that can cause an incident that has the potential…

Interested in Business Continuity? Listen to The Archers

It may be an everyday story of country folk, but The Archers can teach us all a good lesson I was driving home this evening (16th January 2012), listening to Radio Four and battling the traffic on the A1. Whilst not being a regular listener to The Archers, I couldn’t help but be interested in…

5 good reasons why small businesses need a Business Continuity Plan

Failing to plan is planning to fail When I ask small business owners about their position on business continuity planning, they often say that  is that it’s not something they are focused on, or that it is something they have thought about but not implemented. If you are the owner of a small business, then…

Change your password before you change girlfriends

This was the playful headline to an item I heard on the BBC World Service recently. The point being made was that you should never tell anybody your passwords; not even your girlfriend. If, however, you have told your girlfriend one of your passwords, and you then cease to be friends, make sure you change…