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*[http://techrights.org/2023/01/24/national-health-service-and-iso/ The ISO Delusion: Sirius Open Wash Ltd. and Medical Data/Projects at Risk/Peril]
*[http://techrights.org/2023/01/24/national-health-service-and-iso/ The ISO Delusion: Sirius Open Wash Ltd. and Medical Data/Projects at Risk/Peril]
*[https://schestowitz.com/Weblog/archives/2023/01/25/iso-does-not-assure-anything/ International Organization for Standardization (ISO) Certification Does Not Assure Anything] (personal site)
*[https://schestowitz.com/Weblog/archives/2023/01/25/iso-does-not-assure-anything/ International Organization for Standardization (ISO) Certification Does Not Assure Anything] (personal site)
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*[http://techrights.org/2023/01/25/iso-certification-mill/ ISO Certification Hardly Tackles Any of the Real Issues]
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*[https://schestowitz.com/Weblog/archives/2023/01/25/iso-certificates/ ISO Certificates Are Like NFTs (Worthless Junk)] (personal site)
== Shorts ==  
== Shorts ==  

Revision as of 06:34, 25 January 2023

Still falsely advertised
Still falsely advertised

Sirius Open Source (SIRIUS OPEN SOURCE LTD, company number 11014042) is introduced and explained in a series that chronicles its transition from hero to zero. The company is not likely to last long, so the reasons for its fall need to be properly documented and lessons hopefully learned by other companies.

The sections and articles below are split accordingly, usually in no particular order except chronologically.

Contents

Articles

Departure Message

Pre-Departure

Company Timeline

Videos

Sirius used to be a large company with many clients and presence outside the United Kingdom. That hasn't been the case for years, despite the face-saving 'skeleton crew'.
Sirius used to be a large company with many clients and presence outside the United Kingdom. That hasn't been the case for years, despite the face-saving 'skeleton crew'.

Immoral Clientele

Month in Review

Misleading Name

Secrecy

De Facto Gag Orders

Legal Breaches

Financial Woes

Dishonesty

Insecurity

Selling Everything Away

Underpaid Workers

Inflation at 0%

Pressure to Lie

Brain Drain

Financial Sink

Unqualified Management

Shell Companies

Ignoring Security Breaches

Aggression Against Staff's Rights

Lying About History

Data Breaches Impacting Clients

Truth Isn't an Option

More Shell Games?

Surveillance Outside Work

Kakistocracy in Chief

Unpaid Bills

Abandoning Reality

Staff Has No Rights

Dividing the Staff

Company's Mission Abandoned

Hopping Between Shells

Reports

Before leaving the company we reported issues to it
Before leaving the company we reported issues to it

A Decent Start

Supporting Community

Attacking the Messengers

Attacking Disabled People

Ignoring the Law

Scapegoating

Cover-up

Security Never a Priority

No Sovereignty

Systems Gone Away

Same Salary in 2022 as in 2011

Workers Bear All the Costs

Dishonesty and Cover-up at the Top

Lazy Management

Abuse Towards Staff

Very Deep in Debt

Witch-hunts by Managers

Health Toll

Security Breaches Upstream, Too

Intolerance of Criticism

Culture of Exploitation

Circling Down the Drain

Aftermath of Security Breaches

False Accusations, Framing People

Fit-up and Cover-up

Breaking Laws

No Hiring Process

Lying to Clients

Imposters as Leaders

Passing the Costs the Others

Exploiting Uncharted Legal Territories

Devaluation of the Workforce

Pretence of Compliance

Summary and Complete Report

Attempts to Censor Facts

Bribery or Lies

Gagging Former Staff

Anatomy of a Corporate Witch-Hunt

A Need to Deflect

Picking Scapegoats

Manufacturing 'Cases'

Stories From the Trenches

Failure to Pay Suppliers

Waste of Money, Loss of Control

Severance Dodged

Bullying and NDAs

Relatives of Managers, Not Suitably Qualified/Trained Staff

Privatised Workforce

Dysfunctional 'Justice' System

Powerless Technical Staff

Going Sketchy

Rogue Contract-Signing

Hiding the Abuse (Non-Disclosure Agreements)

Fake Compliance as a Weapon

Shorts

Sirius used to recommend Open Source. Now it does not even use Open Source for its own operations.
Sirius used to recommend Open Source. Now it does not even use Open Source for its own operations.

Memes and Graphics

Immoral Practices

Cliques, Not Colleagues

"It Came From Above..."

Poor Leadership

Chronic Dishonesty

Exploitation and Isolation

ISOlation and ISO Fakery

Financial Issues

Disregard for Free Speech

Reality Checks

Nepotism had become an integral part of the operations before technical people were leaving
Nepotism had become an integral part of the operations before technical people were leaving

Web Site Faking Company Size

Lack of Resources

Social Media

By the Few

Creating Shells to Dodge Liabilities

Misleading Marketing

Microsoft and Bill Gates Intervening

Personal tools
Search entire domain
Stories