Innovation used to happen in structured cycles. The new invention was often a planned event and the domain of a select few departments within an organisation. But in today's always-on economy enterprises need to innovate on a continuous basis to keep up with new players that base their entire businesses [...]
For many years, we’ve been saying that to do advanced analytics, well, you must have good quality, clean and standardised data. And now we’re fast approaching the deadline for businesses to be compliant with the GDPR regulations (with fines for noncompliance up to four per cent of revenue). SAS’ capabilities [...]
Digitalisation is blasting the cobwebs out from enterprises and organisations of all kinds – freeing them to innovate and take advantage of the always-on economy. But it’s also helping new disruptive players to gain an unexpectedly strong foothold in many markets. One of the key advantages these new players have [...]
I've long been fascinated by both science and the natural world around us, inspired by the amazing Sir David Attenborough with his ever-engaging documentaries and boundless enthusiasm for nature, and also by the late, great Carl Sagan and his ground-breaking documentary series, COSMOS. The relationships between the creatures, plants and […]
Intelligent ecosystems and the intelligence of things was published on SAS Voices.
The rapid growth of the digital economy has put it on course to account for 25 percent of the world’s entire economy by 2020. Platform business models represent a large proportion of the overall total but what do we mean by platform? MIT Professor Michael Cusumano defines it as follows: […]