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IIA Analytics Article Dead Wrong

analytics dead wrong iia tombstoneA recent IIA article on building an analytics function in internal audit is dead wrong.

At least on one major point, anyway. And it’s a big one.

As the tombstone reads, this point is D.O.A (dead on arrival, or more specifically, dead on analytics).

The article, Building a data analytics program, requires IIA membership to view, and is located at https://iaonline.theiia.org/2017/Pages/Building-a-Data-Analytics-Program.aspx (that’s actually good, as it means a lot fewer people will ever read it).

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Filed under Audit, Data Analytics, Written by Skyyler

Firefox isn’t Dead

Two years ago, I posted Firefox May Already be Dead, which predicted the death of Firefox by Chrome.

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Osama Bin Laden Death Photos Not Needed for Proof

Blogs are clamoring for proof that Osama Bin Laden is dead–show us the photos! However, I do not think Osama death photos are needed, at least not to prove he’s dead.  I also think that keeping this event in mind can help move your audits along. Let me explain.

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