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Two Cost Saving Cases

Posted: September 27, 2017 - Blog, Business Briefs, Business Development, Leadership

Case 1: A large non-profit organization was paying astronomical amounts of workers’ comp insurance premium each year. One property insurance broker decided to review the claims of this non-profit organization even if this was not his client. This individual wanted to help others because he is a very good person in nature. He reviewed the individual Read More

The Sooner the Better

Posted: September 27, 2017 - Assurance, Blog

An understanding of Accounting Standard Updates (ASU) ahead of time is necessary for business entities to recognize the impact and to properly prepare for implementation. As FASB issued ASU regarding leases on February 2016, people might think it’s still too early to think about it. However, the sooner you start preparing for the implementation, the Read More

Cyber Insurance Anyone?

Posted: August 30, 2017 - Blog, Governance & Risk Advisory

There is a moment in the Clint Eastwood film, Unforgiven, when the brash young cowboy who has been riding with Eastwood has finally killed a man . . . . and is overwhelmed by the realization of what he has done.  As he drinks from a bottle of whiskey, he sits trying to justify his Read More

CPA Study Group

Posted: July 25, 2017 - Blog

Studying for the CPA exam tends to be very boring and repetitive as it involves solving numerous multiple choice questions and memorizing rules. By attending this session, you can relate your study materials with real life experience. Take the audit section of the exam, for example.  Learning auditing for the CPA exam can be difficult as you have Read More

Global Automobile Fastener Market

Posted: July 25, 2017 - Blog

CDH has quite a few clients in this industry. So, I have been studying this industry lately. When I think of fasteners, it is one of the oldest tools to connect objects in human history. Also, it is one of the most important part of machines as it affects the safety of machines such as automobiles. Here Read More

Do Data Governance Programs Pay Off with Reduced Cyber Insecurity?

  If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they should be.  Now put the foundations under them.                                                                         Henry David Thoreau   The cyber world is inherently not secure.  In brief, the Internet was simply not developed with security in mind.  Consider the following Read More

Having Internal Controls Isn’t Enough

Posted: June 27, 2017 - Assurance, Blog, Governance & Risk Advisory

In an effective system of internal controls, the COSO model sets forth five key components that function together to strengthen an organization’s ability to achieve its objectives and mission: the control environment, the risk assessment process, information and communication, control activities, and the monitoring of controls. These components are integrated and interdependent. Creating such a Read More

Technology in Religious Institutions

Posted: June 27, 2017 - Blog, IT Consulting & Services

Like many non-profit (and for profit) organizations, religious institutions, such as churches, mosques or temples have evolved and adapted to the modern world of social and visual media. Religious institutions now use the most up-to-date technology to maintain operations and stay connected with their members and their community. The latest technologies in advanced audio, projection, Read More

Ransomware Attack

Posted: May 24, 2017 - Blog, IT Consulting & Services

Ransomware is one of the prime topics in the security world as it relates to the vulnerability of a company’s network or your personal device.  Ransomware encrypts your data and holds it hostage until a ransom is paid. Ransomware is an old topic in the virus and spyware industry.  However, networks, computers and devices are still being hacked.  As Read More

The Answer To Your Hundreds of Unread Emails

Posted: April 27, 2017 - Blog, IT Consulting & Services

Have you opened your Gmail or iOS Mail app on your mobile device and noticed that you have hundreds of unopened emails waiting to be deleted or moved to a folder? Why does this happen? Is communication through email deteriorating? Are you being bombarded with irrelevant emails? Is your email app not intuitive enough for Read More