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Even if you are not publicly traded, you may be doing your business a disservice by not adhering to SOX compliant objectives. Chief Compliance Officer, Glen Medwid, discusses why businesses who have no SOX Compliance obligations should still make SOX compliant objectives a critical component...

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Before hosting your critical data and accounting systems in the cloud, there are a few key considerations to evaluate about the cloud provider’s IT operations regarding compliance with the Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) Act of 2002.  In this post we will look closely at IT Operations Management...

In order to truly deliver SOX compliant cloud services and infrastructure, a cloud provider must have standardized and documented policies for Change Management, Logical Access Restrictions, Physical Security Policy, IT Operations and Backup & Recovery. We will be discussing physical security policy in this post. ...

In this post we will be discussing logical access controls for cloud systems that meet SOX compliance requirements.  If you want to get in-depth info on the other top five areas of control for SOX compliance, check out this eBook on SOX Compliance Requirements for accounting...

While cloud offers significant time and cost savings, there are key questions to ask about cloud compliance solutions for IPOs and existing publicly traded companies....

Microsoft recently confirmed that the Dynamics GP 2016 release date is set for May 1, and a couple of the anticipated new features are getting a lot of buzz, including the PowerBI app on the GP homepage and HTML 5 Web Client. Dynamics GP...

In an industry where high customer churn – or high customer turnover – is accepted by many SaaS executives as a standard cost of doing business, best of breed cloud providers continue to push for annual customer retention rates that exceed 95-percent. Breaking from Industry Norms Considering...

Business have moved beyond using Software as a Service (SaaS) for pilot projects and now deploy SaaS solutions for mission critical operations and production, according to a recent Gartner survey. Managed cloud services software is the fastest growing SaaS model, with a growth-rate of 46 percent. ...