CMAC appoints new Non-Executive Director

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CMAC are delighted to announce that Mike Osborne has been appointed a Non-Executive Director with immediate effect.  Mike has 30 years’ experience in the IT services and business continuity industries and has demonstrated passion and innovation throughout his career.  Mike is currently Executive Chairman at Databarracks, a disaster recovery expert.  Previous to this role, Mike was the Managing Director of Business Continuity, Cloud & Hosting at Daisy Group.  His experience and contribution to the industry has recently been recognised as he was the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award at the CIR Business Continuity Awards

Steve Turner, Managing Director at CMAC said: “We are thrilled to welcome Mike to CMAC.  His experience and considerable knowledge of the industry as well as his proven track record of running business continuity organisations will add strength and effectiveness to our Board.  Mike will also make a significant contribution to our innovative application developments, as well as growing all our company brands.  We are looking forward to working with him to drive our business forward.”

 

More about Mike Osborne

Given his 30 years in the Business Continuity Industry, Mike has been at the forefront of supporting clients through many emergency incidents. These have ranged from day to day server failures, to some of the most significant disasters & events experienced in the UK:-

  • During the 1990’s terrorist bombings, particularly the London South Quay bomb, Mike oversaw the remote recovery of datacenters of many firms impacted.
  • On the lead-up to the Year 2000 Mike oversaw numerous IT recovery reviews and rehearsals aimed at avoiding the millennium bug and was the Operational Standby lead through the actual night of the millennium.
  • In 2004 Mike coordinated the response to multiple Workarea Recovery invocations as a result of the underground Manchester Cable fire that left 100,000+ people/firms without telephony – including YELL who successfully recovered into a local Recovery Centre.
  • In July 2005 Mike chaired the Major Incident Response team following multiple invocations arising out of the 7/7 terror bombing and later that year ensured multiple clients, including EPSON were recovered following the Buncefield Oil Terminal fire.
  • Riots in London & Birmingham during 2010 & 2011 also saw multiple clients supported with Mike once again chairing the Major Incident Team.