Cloud software can reduce the costs and administrative headaches of traditional software implementations. By choosing a cloud deployment, IT departments can focus on core business initiatives rather than implementing and supporting multiple on-site technologies. And with cloud-based technologies, business users get fast access to the solutions they need.
PARKROYAL on Pickering Hotel | 19 May 2015 | 8.30am - 10.00am
Join us at this exclusive sharing session with Dr. John Brocklebank – SAS Senior Vice President, SAS® Solutions OnDemand.
Please register early as we only have 15 seats. This invite is non-transferable.
What SAS can do in the Cloud today
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Addressing Privacy & Security in the Cloud
About Dr. John Brocklebank - SAS SVP, SAS® Solutions OnDemand
Dr. Brocklebank holds 11 patents on such technical topics as Hybrid Neural Networks, Time Series Data Analysis, and Binary Decision Tree Structures. He brings more than 30 years of SAS programming and statistical experience to his leadership role at SAS. Currently director of the Advanced Analytics Lab, he also leads the SAS Analytics Lab for State and Local Government, which devotes the resources of nearly 300 mostly doctoral-level SAS experts to devising technology solutions to critical state and local government issues, such as fraud, waste, tax collection, public safety and education.
Co-author of the book The SAS System for Forecasting Time Series, Dr. Brocklebank holds a Ph.D. in Statistics and Mathematics, an M.S. in Biostatistics, and a B.A. in Mathematics. At North Carolina State University, he serves as a Physical and Mathematical Sciences (PAMS) Foundation board member and an Adjunct Professor of Statistics. Dr. Brocklebank also serves on the Board of Directors for the NC State College of Sciences Foundation, where he advises the Dean and college leaders on various issues affecting the future direction of the College.
About SAS Cloud Analytics
SAS Cloud Analytics have grown 35% year over year, last year, the year over year increase was 20%. To accommodate this growth, SAS has opened a new building housing 600 people at its Cary, N.C. campus that is dedicated to its cloud portfolio. The product line includes three models: analytics in a public cloud, analytics in a private cloud, and analytics delivered as a service.
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