Can the richest and most influential economies on the planet, can have infrastructure which is critical to them (and arguably the rest of the world) threatened by technology that you can buy in a model shop for under £1000?
On Sunday, 6 October, Scotland’s busiest ferry route between Ardrossan and Brodick was rendered inoperative as a result of the failure of both linkspans at Ardrossan harbour. A swift response by Calmac looked like it was taken straight from the Business Continuity textbooks …
We may soon be looking at a situation where demand for meat-from-livestock is reducing, and large-scale meat production becomes unsustainable, both practically and environmentally. What can we do about it?
Brexit may well be the number one concern for businesses at the moment, but have you considered the impact of Cybercrime with climate change piled on top of that?
Last Tuesday, after hours of heavy rain, a leak developed through a glass dome in the roof of the National Records of Scotland’s (NRS) New Register House on Princes Street, damaging records stored beneath. Here are 3 Simple Questions that could’ve helped them avoid the avoidable.
On 2nd July 2019, a lightning strike set fire to a warehouse in McCracken Pike, Kentucky, destroying approximately 45,000 barrels of maturing whiskey. The fire raged for 4 days and a 23 mile “plume” of whiskey developed in the nearby Glenn’s Creak and fed into the Kentucky River. In the week it took to dissipate, the whiskey resulted in severe depletion of dissolved oxygen and the death of thousands of fish.