The Onspring Admin Audit History report—this report logs every configuration change made in the system. When finishing a project or you need to count up the hours spent administering a site, pull up this report, set the filters based on the user account and date range (if any). Once the filters are set, you can export the data to Excel.
Common supports remain in place, even as regulations and best practices evolve. Remember this as you stand at the metaphorical “ice cream counter of compliance.” The sheer variety and complexity of requirements can be overwhelming, but the core people, processes and technologies you engage to understand and address those requirements remains largely the same.
Audit often encompasses a broad spectrum of procedures, checkpoints and validations with scope that spans safety, sanitation, compliance, quality assurance in alignment with standards and more. That’s where the Audit Checklist solution comes in. This can be incorporated into the Internal Audit function or exist independently.
We live in an era of choice and flexibility, but sometimes the places where we need flexibility the most are the ones that remain painfully rigid. I hear this a lot from internal auditors—particularly those who work on small or mid-sized teams. Their frustration with hard-coded, “do-it-this-way” solutions seems to have reached an all-time high.
I’ll admit it, when you’re starting a business, one of the last things you want to think about are corporate policies. Your focus is on getting your product or service to market and growing a solid team, not on some collection of dos and don’ts. Besides, that’s what large, stodgy companies do, right?