Nowadays we take spreadsheets for granted. Their power is simply at our fingertips. But it wasn't always this way. How did we come to have these useful tools so readily available? There is surprisingly little formal information about how they came to be, but luckily, there are others who share our passion and have done something about it.
Steve's team finished the month-end close ahead of schedule without any mistakes. This humorous 15-second video shows how he celebrates!
Imogen doesn't worry about errors in her models - she has automated controls! This humorous 15-second video explains why she is so relaxed.
A small error in a spreadsheet can cause a very public material error. Easily find all your spreadsheet errors BEFORE you finalize your acquisition.
Given your dependence on Microsoft Audit & Control Manager's Server, are you concerned about the sustainability of your spreadsheet risk management now that official support has ended. Or, are you migrating your critical Excel files to the cloud (e.g. SharePoint Online) which is not supported in Microsoft ACM Server? CIMCON Software can help you maintain effective governance on Excel & Access files whether they’re stored in the cloud or on-premises.
Happy Valentine's Day -- This 15-second video is a humorous, tongue -in-cheek tribute to you and your love affair with Excel!!
Is data governance or information governance responsible for managing spreadsheet and other EUC risks? Does IT own it or the line of business? The short answer is: both IT and the line of business have accountability. Here are 3 tips to cooperate and reduce these risks.
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 complement Box’s IT security with a layer of risk management protection that goes deeper, into the EUC files, to better mitigate your operational risks.
Spreadsheet gurus are often the important caretakers of an organization’s most sensitive information. If so, then this phrase probably gives you some pause. Just because you haven’t yet experienced a spreadsheet “horror story” doesn’t mean that there is not one lurking in your future.