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Heads Roll at Consulting Giant in Wake of SEC Investigation
Recent findings by the SEC prompted global management consulting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP to dismiss a number of its consultants, including five partners

internal investigation  1999, who supervised an internal review by PwC. PwC agreed to conduct the review after it was censured by the SEC in January 1999 for similar violations. According to the 122-page report, PwC partners were the primary offenders of the independence rules, though other employees also contributed to the problem. PwC acknowledged the SEC findings reveal widespread independence non-compliance that reflected serious structural and cultural problems in the firm. Market Impact The findings of its ongoing PwC Read More...
PPM for Internal Departments
A business practice that assists organizations to align their portfolio of projects with their business strategy. Typically IT departments employ an IT governance framework to ensure that their PPM...
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During the course of product evaluations for a customer, the Technology Evaluation Center has uncovered a potential security hole in SAP R/3's three-tier

internal investigation  to use a separate, internal subnet in the networking environment. Thus, if it is physically impossible to sniff, the security mechanisms are not mandatory. Note, that application server and database server are expected to be in a LAN environment and not connected via WAN or open Internet connection to the outside world (Only the presentation client should be used over WAN and open Internet connection; here security can be achieved by various means (e.g., PKI infrastructure). SAP states that their Secure Read More...
Incident Handling and Response Capability: An IT Security Safeguard Part 1: Are You Ready to Support an Incident Response Capability?
The Internet has few boundaries, thus each business is required to build and implement their own safeguards. Unfortunately, most IT department's requests for

internal investigation  of computer crimes from internal and external sources. The Internet has few boundaries, thus each business is required to build and implement their own safeguards. Unfortunately, most IT department's requests for security technology and training are turned down, UNTIL a system security incident occurs. Then the cost to implement countermeasures in addition to the cost of manpower to repair the damage from the incident is a significant blow to the company budget. The cost of implementing the solution Read More...
Another Implementation Failure, Another Missed Learning Opportunity
In recent posts, we've learned that business software implementation failures are rampant and that the blame is all on the vendor. And though unhappy customers

internal investigation  not turn into an internal witch hunt, and that your investigation does not target those individuals who had different views or objections toward the strategy and methodology adopted for the selection and implementation. These are actually the people who are more likely to provide you with the answers you’re looking for in order to understand what went wrong with the implementation and how to prevent it from happening in the future. Read More...
The Path to ERP for Small Businesses - Part 1: The Research
Most consultants agree that there are three stages that precede a software implementation project: research, evaluation, and selection. This three-part article

internal investigation  your project team, achieving internal consensus and developing your list of requirements, and creating your long list of vendors. What Does Your Company Do? (Main Activities) To find the best compromise and to efficiently use internal resources, here’s what a small business can do when searching for an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system: Establish who does what in your company. In order to do so, make a list of all your employees, write down their most important daily tasks, and make a note of Read More...
Executive Guide to Internal Data Theft: Why You’re at Risk
With your Internet and e-mail gateways largely secured against external hackers, most security breaches are now occurring within your network. But why should

internal investigation  Guide to Internal Data Theft: Why You’re at Risk With your Internet and e-mail gateways largely secured against external hackers, most security breaches are now occurring within your network. But why should this issue be placed above the many other IT and governance concerns vying for your attention? Well, where would you be if your closest competitors suddenly had your latest technical blueprints—or if your customers all cancelled their accounts thanks to a data leak? Read More...
The Value of a Learning Management Compliance Solution
Companies spend millions each year conducting mandatory training. Whether triggered by an audit, the risk of non-compliance, bad PR, or internal training

internal investigation  non-compliance, bad PR, or internal training requirements, achieving compliance can be difficult and costly. One of the biggest challenges that organizations face today is reducing costs from fines and lawsuits. Download this white paper to find out how a learning management compliance solution can help manage your compliance requirements. Read More...
Risk Management with Investigation Process Design, Execution, and File Management: The BPS Server Concept
Client processes and risk control contextualization can be greatly improved through investigation process design, process execution, and file management issues.

internal investigation  Management with Investigation Process Design, Execution, and File Management: The BPS Server Concept Client processes and risk control contextualization can be greatly improved through investigation process design, process execution, and file management issues. Learn how BPS Server uses process templating concepts, separates fact management activities, and uses COSO centric mechanisms to accomplish this. This the second part to Risk, Risk Mitigation, and Functional Requirements in Dynamic Compliance En Read More...
Justification of ERP Investments Part Three: Costs of Implementing an ERP System
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) implementation costs can be divided into one-time costs and ongoing annual costs. Both types of costs can be segmented into

internal investigation  software, external assistance, and internal personnel. *This is Part Three of a four-part article reprinted from Maximizing Your ERP System by Dr. Scott Hamilton. Bridging the theory and realities of current ERP systems, Maximizing Your ERP System provides practical guidance for managing manufacturing in various environments. Drawing on case studies from Dr. Scott Hamilton's first-hand experience in consulting with more than a thousand firms, it covers common problems and working solutions for how to Read More...
Strategy: What Digital Business Service Providers Mean When They Say It
Strategy in digital business has become an increasingly significant component of Digital Business Service Provider (DBSP) offerings. Pure plays have and are

internal investigation  an important component. Vendor internal management structure in which the strategy steps exist to provide a smooth flow. Workflow provides adequate documentation to enable monitoring of progress, and appropriate measures enable performance and performance trends to be covered. It would be a mistake to consider that DBSPs provide the same strategy as a McKinsey, Deloitte, or Andersen. The focus here is on digital media implementation and operational strategies. Many pure plays have hired from the Read More...
Attensity Analyze
Attensity Analyze gives customer service organizations the tools to analyze subscriber conversations across external media, including review sites, blogs

internal investigation  free-form notes stored in internal sources such as customer relationship management or contact center notes, surveys, and incoming e-mail, and to relate those conversations to internal data on sales figures, inventory numbers, customer service records, and more. A wide variety of out-of-the-box reports help to track and analyze ongoing relevant conversations about brands, products, and competitors to identify influential opinion leaders and sources and understand sentiment and issues, along with industry Read More...
Tempest Creates a Secure Teapot
Tempest Software has announced the release of TMS (Tempest Messenger System) version 3.1.1. The product allows suppliers and customers to query corporate

internal investigation  prevents access to the internal corporate network completely. Using TSWEG, the Web server(s) can be placed behind a firewall that allows no incoming connections whatsoever, securing all database connections, passwords, HTML and scripts. At the same time TSWEG allows developers and administrators to distribute incoming traffic across multiple copies of the Web server, which can run on different machines as needed. This leads to the question If the firewall allows no incoming traffic from the TMS server Read More...
SCE Leaders Partner To See Beyond Their Portfolio Part Two: Market Impact
Further acquisition, partnerships, and internal development will continue to accelerate offering a much-richer level of functionality throughout the entire

internal investigation  Continued acquisition, partnerships, and internal development will continue to accelerate offering a much-richer level of functionality throughout the entire commerce chain software market, as seen in the past with maybe not that fruitful partnerships like those of EXE Technologies and i2 Technologies and of SAP and Catalyst, albeit the reasons for suboptimal alliances' results would be outside the real need for SCP and SCE convergence, such as poor performance of some of the vendors in case (see Catalyst Read More...
A New Frontier in Securing Sensitive Information
Every day, sensitive business information finds its way into the wrong hands—through external breaches or internal theft. Such data is highly regulated, and any

internal investigation  hands—through external breaches or internal theft. Such data is highly regulated, and any risks of exposure can result in stiff penalties and legal liabilities. Many of these security risks lie in the test/dev environments, and as such require a solution that protects data application clones from unauthorized access without jeopardizing its integrity. Read More...

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