Use of SAS Blogs

The purpose of the SAS blogging program is to facilitate an ongoing dialogue with SAS customers and with business decision makers. We also hope the blogs will provide a platform to further explore new ideas about business analytics and offer SAS employees a channel to communicate more directly with anyone interested in SAS technologies.

We encourage blog comments. Your ideas and concerns are just as important as ours, and hearing from a broad range of readers helps to provide a more rounded reading experience for everyone.

We do moderate comments. This means every submitted comment is reviewed before posting, and we expect participants to treat each other with respect. Comments that are inappropriate, including but not limited to comments that are abusive, off-topic, promote hate, use foul language or are blatant spam will not be posted. We will also delete:

  • Comments that promote services or products, or make employment solicitations.
  • Comments that make unsupported accusations or personal attacks.
  • Comments that violate copyright, trademark or intellectual property rights.

By posting a comment you accept the SAS Web site Terms of Use and agree that such Terms apply to your use of the SAS blogs.

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Use of SAS Blogs
The SAS blogging program facilitates an ongoing dialogue with SAS customers and provides a platform to further explore new ideas about business analytics.
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