Do you ever feel like time is getting faster and life is just passing you by?
You probably already know how KnowledgeLeader group accounts can make your life easier by keeping your team on top of things and simplified with just one invoice for everybody. Well now, the group subscriptions have gotten even better!
If you’re a subscriber to the KnowledgeLeader newsletter, you know that we often announce upcoming webinars hosted by Protiviti. Topics can include a variety of topics of concern to audit and risk management professionals, and some recent examples include “Digitization: What Does This Mean to Internal Audit,” “PCI DSS 3.2 Webinar – What You Need to Know” and “Impacts and Challenges of CECL and IFRS9.” All of these can be found on Protiviti’s Webinars page.
Occasionally I hear from people who have downloaded documents from the internet and then can’t open them. When this occurs on KnowledgeLeader, the first, easiest step is to download the document again and select “Save as” rather than “Save” or “Open” in the download dialogue box. This is the download dialogue box from Internet Explorer 11:
Occasionally we get asked if we have any information about starting a new internal audit department or information for starting auditors. I’m happy to say we have this information in a handy booklet along with a lot of other great information.
A few weeks ago I did a post on KLplus, our subscription upgrade that adds access to online courses for CPE credit. Since then I’ve had a few people ask what CPE stands for and why they would need it, so I thought I would answer.
Have you had a colleague send an email marked “URGENT!” and you realize you haven’t a clue what they’re talking about? It happens. Especially in an industry with a wide variety of activities that are similar but have different names, or similar names but might be completely different, or even different names for the exact same thing!
CPE Credits. Everybody needs them. Going to conferences is definitely expensive and time-consuming. Webinars are cheap or even free but can be at the most inconvenient times. Fortunately there is an answer.
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