Alyned Thinking

Why new thinking is needed and how we are putting our expertise to work.
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Custom Controls now available

Summary of Changes

new data lass prevention control from template

1. Custom Controls

We are introducing Custom Controls in addition to our Alyne Library. Alyne customers can now edit and copy Controls - to be used in Control Sets and Assessments. This will be extended even more in the upcoming releases.

Custom Control Statements

2. A set for Custom Controls

The new Custom Controls need a home where you can easily manage your customised controls. We built that home for you.

Fine risk report - custom controls

3. Edit Report details

We now allow to edit the Report title and description while we still ensure the integrity of all the underlying core Report data.

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New features for the Report: Deviation Radar

Summary of Changes

Acutal deviation radar - report with different sections

Deviation Radar

The Deviation Radar is a new Report section that lets you quickly scan the deviations by topic and - via drill down - by subtopic. A gorgeous feature.

Deviation radar overview

2. Further export functions

We extended our export capabilities to a status overview of all responders of an assessment and to the objects of one responder. This should cover all your needs while exporting assessments.

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3. Upcoming Features

We are currently working on bigger feature sets that represent completely new modules of the Alyne GRC offering and require our main attention now. Stay tuned, they will be awesome.

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New features for the Report, Excel exports and more

Summary of Changes

Compliance Summary (compliance compared in 2 standards)

1. New features for the Report

The Report was extended by a whole new section, the Compliance Summary. This is a very powerful feature that gives you a condensed view about the compliance to regulatory and statutory requirements based on the Assessment outcomes included in the Report. The management summary was re-designed and enriched with features. Report sections are now collapsable.

new features for the report/export

2. Excel/ CSV exports

You can now quickly export all the responses of an assessment for further analysis in Excel, Google Sheets and all other applications that support CSV/ tabular structures. It includes all the details like Assessment objects and deviations that make subsequent data analytics even more fun.

Control tiles - status of different assessments

3. New Assessment Recipient status view

Some of our customers run big assessments, with dozens of recipients. The new tabular view on recipients enables you to track outstanding vs finalised responses better. You can switch between tile and tabular view in a fraction of a second.

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Multi-tenancy and one-click functions for managing Assessments and Control Sets

Summary of Changes

Multi-tenancy - different switches in the software

1. Multi-tenancy

With the new Org Switcher you can switch fast and securely from one organisation to another via the org menu. Easy, secure and self-enabled multi-tenancy how you always wanted it to be.

One-click assessments in multi-tenancy

2. One-click actions on Assessments/ Control Sets

One click actions allow for copying Control Sets and Assessments, for creating Assessment templates and spin off Assessments from a Control Set right away.

One-click actions on Assessments/ Control Sets - internal audit tasks

3. Better Control tiles

The Control tile is the core element of our GRC product. You can now delete single Controls from a set, customisations have now more room to breath and tags are now better utilising the space available.

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1000 Free Credits and Further Advancements in the New Release

Hi, my name is Manuel and I am the CTO of Alyne. In my first blog post, I will briefly cover the improvements of the new Alyne release for March, 2016. This will be - or so we hope - the start of a long, long series of release posts as we embrace the old-school guiding principle:

Release early. Release often. And listen to your customers.

Eric S. Raymond in The Cathedral and the Bazaar
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