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9月 192016
 

Wheat rust. You may have never heard of it, but in a matter of days, this fast-moving, silent-killing plant disease can completely annihilate a critical wheat farm in Ethiopia. Wheat rust’s newest nemeses? A legion of volunteer superheroes in the Data for Good movement. When Jake Porway, Founder and Executive […]

'Data for good is in the DNA of this organization' was published on SAS Voices.

9月 192016
 

Analytics Experience 2016 featured more than 100 breakout sessions and talks covering numerous topics in big data. You can watch many of those talks from our Analytics Experience 2016 video portal, where select keynote and session talks are archived. To give you a taste of the content you'll find there, here’s a […]

What’s your big data problem? was published on SAS Voices.

9月 152016
 

Historically, generations could expect to experience one – maybe at best – major technology disruption or transformation in their lifetime. That’s simply not the case today. Today it is more difficult than ever before to know what will transform the technology landscape in the next month or the next year. […]

What’s your digital health care plan? was published on SAS Voices.

9月 152016
 

“What we are experiencing from analytics today is nothing short of a revolution,” said CEO Jim Goodnight, who spoke at Analytics Experience 2016 and set the stage for the conference’s executive panel. “Right now, my primary mission is to ensure people understand the limitless possibilities that lie before us, given […]

An analytics revolution underway: Insights from Analytics Experience 2016 was published on SAS Voices.

9月 122016
 

The IT industry is littered with examples of short-lived corporate partnerships and alliances that often appear impressive but regularly end or are withdrawn after the initial enthusiasm wanes. The old adage that “actions speaker louder than words” is especially pertinent and I regularly encourage clients to look for tangible examples […]

Nine years (and still together) was published on SAS Voices.

9月 072016
 

When you read people’s stories of winning Olympic medals, they often fall into cliché. It's hard not to. In my experience, the nerves, the expectations, the emotions are all heightened beyond what I've ever experienced, so it becomes necessary to use all the hyperbole at your disposal. That said, winning […]

Winning Olympic gold: My story was published on SAS Voices.

9月 072016
 

In many ways financial services is about risk management. Regulatory pressures such as BCBS 239, stress-testing, IFRS9, Solvency II and the Fundamental Review of Trading Book have hugely strengthened that focus. But there are other concerns too. Cost pressures are increasingly important, as is the rise of challengers to the […]

Disrupting risk management: how financial models are changing was published on SAS Voices.

9月 052016
 

Since the idea of an “IoT analytical lifecycle,” may be understood in many different ways, let’s start with a definition. Performing analytics at the data center and the cloud is well established practice, and is still quite relevant. With growing numbers of connected devices and availability of computing capabilities at […]

How to manage the IoT Analytical lifecycle was published on SAS Voices.

9月 022016
 

If cognitive computing were adopted widely by companies in the travel industry, what would a typical trip look like for a business traveler? Might some of your biggest travel frustrations be relieved? Let’s find out. It’s a beautiful day, and you have an important customer briefing in LA. You’ve already […]

How can cognitive computing improve air travel? was published on SAS Voices.

9月 012016
 

SAS was founded on the principal of using analytics to change the world. From fighting cancer and researching the Zika virus to changing the lives of Ghana women by teaching them how to code, SAS has remained committed to helping solve critical humanitarian issues using data and analytics. What SAS has been […]

Learn more about data for good at Analytics Experience was published on SAS Voices.