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The Four Key Features of a Data Audit Log System

The Four Key Features of a Data Audit Log System

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We’ve listed the four most important features of any good data audit log system so you can check whether yours is up to scratch. A data audit log system tracks who’s changed what, when, and in what way. This information is essential for locating particular interactions, improper activities, and user errors. As such a data […]

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Big Brother – Good or Bad?

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In this age of technology we have so many new ways to monitor and put surveillance on our employees. The question is, how do we know we are doing a good thing and not actually damaging our business? Monitoring prevents mistakes being repeated. Let’s take for example data audit. If we have a way to […]

Studying the Customer Experience with Data Tracking

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As a consumer, I have had more than a few run-ins with disorganised field service organisations. During such occasions, I have always wondered why I am paying top dollar for a service when the company providing the service can’t even serve their customers properly. With all the technology and services out there, there shouldn’t be […]


The sad story of the incompetent audit log

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We have told you before that a built-in audit log doesn’t have the functionality needed to keep your organization compliant. (You can read the blog post HERE). It also doesn’t help you deliver the best customer service or track user activity (it isn’t so great at the big picture). This time, however, we thought we […]


Why exactly is data auditing important?

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According to Techopedia; “a data audit refers to the auditing of data to assess its quality or utility for a specific purpose. Auditing data, unlike auditing finances, involves looking at key metrics, other than quantity, to create conclusions about the properties of a data set.” In our case, when we discuss data auditing, we are talking […]

What Does Compliance Data Audit Software Do?

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Organizations of all sizes are confronted with all sorts of challenges when it comes to IT and data collection. Over the past 10 years software has been developed to make these processes easier while streamlining business operations. Software such as ERP, CRM, MWFM, HCM, and EAM solutions do wonders to improve business efficiency, but as […]

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The Benefits of Black Box Testing Your Software

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Defining Black Box Testing According to Techopedia, black box testing is a software testing technique that focuses on the analysis of software functionality, versus internal system mechanisms. Black box testing was developed as a method of analyzing client requirements, specifications and high-level design strategies. Some of the benefits of black box testing include simple facilitation, […]