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Originally published in Queue vol. 4, no. 7
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The topic of compliance becomes increasingly complex each year. Dozens of regulatory requirements can affect a company’s business processes. Moreover, these requirements are often vague and confusing. When those in charge of compliance are asked if their business processes are in compliance, it is understandably difficult for them to respond succinctly and with confidence. This article looks at how companies can deconstruct compliance, dealing with it in a systematic fashion and applying technology to automate compliance-related business processes. It also looks specifically at how Microsoft approaches compliance to SOX (Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002).


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Moises Perez | Wed, 25 Nov 2015 17:59:06 UTC

Thanks for the introduction, it was very helpful and relevant to my current job!


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