Monthly Archives: March 2012

Will a Tanker driver strike affect you?

Fewer petrol stations will mean longer queues. Are you prepared for this? So, it looks like we may be heading for another strike by the tanker drivers. Leaving aside the merits, or otherwise, of their case, there is a clear Business Continuity issue here. If your company relies on road transport for anything (I reckon…

Is this the end of Facebook for business?

Did you realise Facebook users were neurotic? I was listening to a podcast of the truly excellent BBC Click radio programme on the World Service the other day and there was a fascinating item on the psychological profile of social networking users. The source material was a blog post entitled “Facebook or Twitter: What does your…

Could you get your tyres from somewhere else?

Pirelli considers the needs of its F1 customers. Do you consider the needs of yours? Readers of this blog will recall that I linked Business Continuity Planning with Formula One in a previous post about McClaren and the incident of Jensen Button’s missing wheel. A comment on the Autosport live feed from the pre-season testing…

Monthly Archives: March 2012

Will a Tanker driver strike affect you?

Fewer petrol stations will mean longer queues. Are you prepared for this? So, it looks like we may be heading for another strike by the tanker drivers. Leaving aside the merits, or otherwise, of their case, there is a clear Business Continuity issue here. If your company relies on road transport for anything (I reckon…

Is this the end of Facebook for business?

Did you realise Facebook users were neurotic? I was listening to a podcast of the truly excellent BBC Click radio programme on the World Service the other day and there was a fascinating item on the psychological profile of social networking users. The source material was a blog post entitled “Facebook or Twitter: What does your…

Could you get your tyres from somewhere else?

Pirelli considers the needs of its F1 customers. Do you consider the needs of yours? Readers of this blog will recall that I linked Business Continuity Planning with Formula One in a previous post about McClaren and the incident of Jensen Button’s missing wheel. A comment on the Autosport live feed from the pre-season testing…