Standards in the Supply Chain

In the middle of the 17th Century, Isaac Newton was allegedly sitting ‘neath an apple tree, pondering the nature of the universe, when an apple fell off the tree and hit him on the head.  Unlike most such victims, Isaac, … Continued


Cost-Effective Continuity

What is business continuity? Organisations today across the public, private and voluntary sectors are becoming increasingly aware of a broad spectrum of risks to their IT infrastructure, which could affect their ability to function at peak performance.  At the simplest … Continued


Creating BS25777

Setting out to create a new formal standard for Business Continuity Management (BCM) for Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) is no small or simple undertaking.  There are many experts and standards bodies, both national and international, who might want to … Continued



About Oscar

Oscar graduated from Oxford Polytechnic (now Oxford Brookes University) in 1990 with a 2.i honours degree in Computing and Mathematics. Since then he has developed a career working in technology-related roles for major blue chip organisations internationally. Initially a database … Continued