Top Tips for successful Business Continuity planning

By Andy Cuerel

Business Continuity Management Systems (BCMS) encompass comprehensive and often detailed suites of activities. Comprehensive, however, does not equate to incomprehensible. And detailed should not be a euphemism for over-engineered.

Consideration of the following should help keep your BCMS lean, mean and fit for purpose! Continue reading

No Need to Flap – It’ll Never Happen!

By Andy Cuerel

“Stock prices have reached what looks like a permanently high plateau”
Economist Irving Fisher in October 1929, three days before the stock market crash that triggered the Great Depression

“Y2K is a crisis without precedent in human history”
Byte magazine editor Edmund DeJesus -1998

“We can close the book on infectious diseases”
Surgeon General of the United States William H. Stewart, speaking to the U.S. Congress in 1969 Continue reading