Happy Valentine's Day -- This quick video is a tribute to you and your love affair with Excel!!
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Two recent article in the Wall Street Journal reignited the debate between spreadsheet defenders and foes. Excel is perennially derided by software marketers with replacement solutions, yet its usage continues to proliferate. But we need to ask, why are spreadsheets used so often within critical business processes? More often than not, the smart business decision is to keep those spreadsheets in place.
CIMCON XLAudit 4.8 puts RCSA right in Excel making it easy for 1st Line of Defense to fulfill their EUC Risk Management obligations.
Everyone knows spreadsheets and other EUCs are risky. Although EUC risk is very real, it’s become routine and it’s readily accepted. It shouldn’t be! Learn 5 Steps to Stronger Spreadsheet & EUC Controls.
Is data governance or information governance responsible for managing spreadsheet and other EUC risks? Should IT own the fix or the line of business? The short answer is: both IT and the line of business have accountability. Learn 3 Tips to Cooperate and Reduce Your Risk
When it comes to ensuring accuracy and minimizing risks of your most sensitive & critical information within the EUCs stored on Box, you’ll want to compliment Box’s IT security with a layer of risk management protection that goes deeper, into the EUC files, to manage your operational risks.
Spreadsheet gurus are often the caretakers of an organization’s most sensitive information, so this phrase probably gives you some pause: Just because you haven’t yet experienced a spreadsheet “horror story” doesn’t mean that there’s not one lurking in your future.
No company is eager to hand out its spreadsheets for public analysis. However, a treasure trove of spreadsheets was made available that allows a new analysis of spreadsheet use by corporations.
Why did Home Depot accidentally just post private customer info on their website? The answer may surprise you.