Canadian businesses are at a crossroads. Carl Farrell, Executive Vice President, SAS Americas, tells why in this article.
Even seasoned data professionals can find the world of big data overwhelming. A company might be collecting market research interviews, a stream of information from social networks, supply chain data and sales figures from multiple sites.
The most exciting thing in the industry right now isn’t “big data,” claims SAS’ Keith Collins—it’s “big analytics.” In this article, Collins explains the necessity of high-performance analytics for companies looking to make the most of their data.
Have we reached a point in the “big data” hype cycle where the term is overused and undefined? Is there legitimate opportunity with today’s new data sources? Are your analysts and technology platforms equipped to make the most of the opportunity?
Just because your business is small doesn’t mean your data problems are—and your analytics solution shouldn’t have to be, either. No matter what size your business is, consider these points when handling your data.
Recent Harvard Business Review Analytic Services research shows that analytics is not only changing organizations, but also individual’s professional careers. Check out the details in this excerpt.
Wondering what to do with your big data? Applying high-performance analytics is an innovative option. Find out more about the value high-performance analytics can bring to your organization.
Peter Diamandis, Chairman and CEO of the X Prize Foundation, is confident about the future of civilization, the abundance of technology and innovation, and opportunities that this information-centric world brings. Watch this video to find out why.
It is becoming increasingly possible to get a fresh perspective on the business when there is deluge of information and data sources. IDC’s Phillip Carter spoke with SAS’ Jim Davis about the pressures facing today’s corporate boardroom to become more competitive.
“Complexity isn’t scalable, but the management of complexity is,” said Dr. Ralf Schneider, CIO of Allianz Group when talking about ways to approach big data. Read more key takeaways from The Premier Business Leadership Series in Amsterdam.