Getting to grips with the General Data Protection Regulation
This guide is designed to help alleviate some of the fears that lie behind the inertia on data analytics. There is information about how to get started using the resources you already have or to find out about others, and case studies to show how using data analytics has helped some practices already.
As data analytics plays an increasingly pivotal role in supporting audit, assurance and business decision-making, this ICAEW community will help finance professionals develop the advanced data analytics and visualisation skills needed to succeed in this insight-driven era.
Data analytics and big data
For details of what this project is all about and how to develop your own version, please look at the Excel archive file article listed below:
With the introduction of many new chart types in Excel 2016 and later versions, Excel now has over a dozen main charts with lots of sub-types available. Good as Excel's charting capabilities might be, using Power BI to present the data from your Excel workbook opens up a whole new set of possibilities
Technology has the power to enhance audit quality and efficiency. Lesley Meall explains the risks and explores some of the possibilities with the greatest potential.
A look at some of the resources available on Power Queries.
Data protection and privacy
24 February 2021: The UK government has welcomed the European Commission’s recent draft data adequacy decision, which paves the way for the continued free flow of data from the EU and the UK.
The EU Commission has issued a draft decision that the UK will be granted a full adequacy decision which will enable data flows from the EU/EEA to continue as they did when the UK was in the EU. However the European Data Protection Board still has to formalise this and will not do this before it has consulted with member states.
Following the UK’s departure from the European Union, ICAEW Insights has the latest on how this affects GDPR and the sensitive issue of data protection.
October 2020 update on data protection and Brexit – what you need to know and how to prepare your business.
Hello all and welcome back to the Excel Tip of the Week! This week we have a General User post in which we’re dipping our toes into Word-y waters, as we look at a classic Word/Excel double act – the mail merge.
This week, we have a Creator level post in which we are looking at the various options with Power Query’s Merge option.
Payment on credit is incredibly common and across the UK, the total value of B2B credit is around £437 billion (Finder, 2021).
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