The OWA Blog

The OWA Blog

Insights and Answers

Our insights into the latest in web apps, cyber security, experiences implementing the latest technologies, and a few other things that we hope you will find interesting.

Postcards from the home workspace: west London

Jake Woodward - 09 April 2020
First in an occasional series of posts looking at some of the small upsides we are seeing during this difficult and extraordinary time.

As we approach the peak of this unprecedented public health crisis, I’m relieved to report that…

What Coronavirus Covid-19 has taught us about business continuity

Mark Hall - 01 April 2020
The last few weeks have been a challenge for most organisations as we all adapt to new ways of working which could be in place for some time to come.

Business continuity planning for many of us has generally been based on some typical…

OWA COVID-19 business continuity update

Jake Woodward - 16 March 2020
Given the changeable picture around the coronavirus outbreak, we would like to take this opportunity to share our business continuity plan with all of our clients.

OWA rebranding press release

Jake Woodward - 09 March 2020
As part of our recent rebrand and name change from Oxford Web Applications to OWA we have issued a press release, which you can read below.

It is also available to view and link to on the Pressat distribution network.

Oxford Web Applications is now OWA

Tim Collingwood - 18 February 2020
It has been a surprisingly easy change to make as OWA is a name many of you know us by already. It is also nice and short and we are all about simplifying life wherever possible.

To keep everything simple and straightforward, we have…

How to maximise system uptime

Mark Hall - 09 October 2019
Customers expect online systems to be available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and any downtime is increasingly seen as a failure of the organisation to invest in the necessary equipment and skilled personnel required to achieve this. Even scheduled…