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International Journal of New Developments in Engineering and Society, 2022, 6(1); doi: 10.25236/IJNDES.2022.060105.

Internet + Cloud Audit Mode in Enterprise Human Resource Audit Practice


Yuan Song

Corresponding Author:
Yuan Song

School of Economics and Management, Shanghai University of Political Science and Law, Shanghai, 201701, Shanghai, China


In the context of the prevailing Internet + mode, all sectors of society are deeply changed by the Internet. Combined with the practice of China's Internet industry, in this mode, auditing of all walks of life is bound to be controlled by future technology. In the practice of enterprise human resource audit, profound changes are bound to take place, and the acceleration of efficiency is a profound practice one-sided. This paper studies how the Internet + cloud audit mode gives full play to the advantages of cloud mode in enterprise human resource audit practice, and obtains the advantages of cloud audit mode through data comparison. Under the trend of strengthening Internet + cloud audit, it is necessary to deeply improve the combination of Internet related technologies and improve the technological content of practice; It is also necessary to enhance the advantages of the Internet, gradually removing the isolated and non-communicating audit module, and replacing it with a cloud-centered audit mode that connects all units. Based on the processing capacity of cloud computing and massive data processing capacity of cloud computing, the r&d and production of human resource software will be transformed into future intelligence. Data comparison in this chapter shows that cloud audit mode has better scores than traditional mode, with a comprehensive average score of 95.8.


Internet plus, Cloud Audit Mode, Corporate Human Resources, Auditing Practices

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Yuan Song. Internet + Cloud Audit Mode in Enterprise Human Resource Audit Practice. International Journal of New Developments in Engineering and Society (2022) Vol.6, Issue 1: 28-33. https://doi.org/10.25236/IJNDES.2022.060105.


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