The destruction by wildfires of many of Hewlett Packard’s historical documents is a painful reminder for all organisations to keep data safe and have a disaster recovery plan.
The global IT system failure that hit British Airways and caused all its flights to be cancelled at London Heathrow and Gatwick is a lesson in the importance of disaster recovery planning.
The misery of seemingly endless strikes disrupting Southern Rail’s services and adding to traffic problems on the region’s roads is prompting more companies to use remote working solutions.
The bomb attacks in Brussels and the city coming to a standstill as a consequence were a stark reminder that the unexpected will happen and your business should be prepared for it.
Storms and the threat of tube strikes have made it a winter of discontent for many commuters and businesses in Brighton and the South East.
The major failure of BT’s broadband network was a lesson in contingency planning for many Sussex businesses.