The Compliance Jackpot: Technology That Just Works

In most of our conversations, we’re hearing that there is some kind of system in place, but it’s not adequate. Ranging from Excel, Sharepoint, point solutions or older deployments of other technologies, we’ve been hearing over and over “it’s difficult to keep up,” “everyone manages their information in their own ways,” and “we really struggle to pull everything together for the reports we want.”

Regulatory Change: Something Less of a Nightmare

When it comes to regulations, industry standards and supporting controls, the only constant is change. Most organization have smart people and defined processes for managing change, but tracking the changes themselves—knowing what they are and how they impact the business—can be a massive headache.

Webinar: Onspring and Unified Compliance

We’re pleased to announce that Onspring has teamed up with Unified Compliance to help companies stay up to date with rapid regulatory changes. Using our dynamic Data Connector, we’ve made it push-button easy to update controls and authority documents from the UCF Common Controls Hub™ within our flexible Controls & Compliance solution. Join us for a webinar on Tuesday, September 19 for all the details!

Nuggets of Knowledge

During the first two weeks of March, I was fortunate enough to represent Onspring as an exhibitor at two excellent industry conferences: RSA Conference in San Francisco and the Institute of Internal Auditors General Audit Management Conference in Dallas. Both conferences afforded us a great opportunity to raise awareness about the Onspring platform and solutions, as well as our company’s philosophy of solving problems by providing high quality solutions and services.

Getting Control of Your Controls

We hear a common frustration from clients: They have internal controls distributed across their enterprise, managed by various groups and at many levels of maturity. They have processes and activities in place to help the organization manage performance, efficiency, risk and compliance. What they don’t have is a clear picture of what’s working, what’s not and who is responsible.