Uncontrolled Spreadsheets, Documents and Emails, Oh My!
A guest blog by Michael Rasmussen, GRC Economist & Pundit, GRC 20/20 Research LLC.
Data Quality Must be Driven by Business Objectives and Supported by Communications
A guest blog by Mark Wilson, Manager, Head of Data Quality UK, Handelsbanken.
The Business Imperative To Monitor Change Across The Spreadsheet Halo
There are a multitude of spreadsheets in an organisation – almost like a halo surrounding the various financial systems such as accounting, risk management, trading and tax and many more, each with numerous data sources that ultimately reside in separate core data systems.
The Journey of the Unpretentious Spreadsheet
Read the blog and discover the illustration of the lifecycle of a spreadsheet.
Poor Data Quality Could Undermine Bank of England’s Stress Testing Programme
The Bank of England’s (BoE) emphasis on stress testing of banks is growing. Data quality will play a critical role in the accuracy of the findings of these stress tests.
Leveraging Technology to Support EUC Policy
Manually, creating a reliable and accurate inventory of EUC applications across the organization is near impossible, but technology can help.
Top Tips: What are the Key Components of an EUC Policy?
Parimal Patel from Schroders covers the key elements you need to consider when creating an EUC policy.
End User Computing Risk – Too Critical for Energy Companies to Ignore
A guest blog outlining the importance of EUC risk in the energy sector.
What is End User Computing Risk and Should You Care?
A guest blog by Sam Lee, Head of Operational Risk EMEA, SMBC, explaining the importance of managing EUC risk.
M&S Error a Stark Reminder of the Risk Posed by EUC Applications
What are the key lessons to learn from this latest spreadsheet error Marks and Spencer suffered?
Avoid This When Selling Data Governance
A guest blog from Nicola Askham discussing a panel discussion on data governance and the interesting topics of conversation.