Entries by Chris Roberts

Specialist System Integrations: Can you help?

Fellow professionals, I’m new to your market vertical, but highly experienced in other more established markets. I hope some of you might help me? I’m looking to tap into your collective experience. I have been contracted by an organisation that is a specialist system integrator based in the UK that has significant experience in other […]

Corona Virus & Technology: The Icelandic volcano eruption on March 20th 2010, was the trail run, but we didn’t know It

In 2010 there was a volcanic eruption in Iceland. It was majorly disruptive, but for only part of society and business. This disruption was bad, but it was a trial run, for the times we now find ourselves in.   International business travel, the transport of goods and hospitality were affected for some months. Airlines […]

Now this is scary!

Fraudsters fake the voice of a CEO to trick a manager in to transferring hundreds of thousands of pounds! Do you have a business culture that ensures staff would feel confident to challenge an order from the CEO? Do you have the checks and balances in place to deal identify and prevent this happening in […]

What is Transformation?

Transformation takes many forms and is generally a misunderstood term. For me transformation is simply ‘changing’ your business from one thing to another. This could be from an underperforming business to profitable business, or much more fundamentally, changing your business from one type to another. Transformation is such a big topic I find it useful […]

Time to fight!

Its time to fight for your business! Fight for your freedom from the endless drudgery of 24/7 entrepreneurship. Time to fight for equality of resources with the biggest organisations on the planet. It’s time to join the digital revolution! And super charge what you and your business can do. I get really frustrated sometimes. Especially when […]

So, the fines and penalties begin to build

Industry has been waiting to see if GDPR had gone the way of other legislation/regulation – that is, it came in to force, but it was not constantly and persistently enforced so too many organisations didn’t pro-actively develop the processes and procedures they should have. Case in point, is the Data Protection Act of 1998. […]