Live Webinar

Supercharge Your SAS®: Moving From Desktops to Servers

Join us for a one-hour webinar and demo to find out how to amp up your SAS® solutions by moving from a desktop to servers for better performance, new features and improved functionality.

July 17 • 10 a.m. ET • Cost: Complimentary

About the webinar

Ever wondered what life would be like if your copy of SAS were moved from your desktop to a server?

Join us for a one-hour webinar and demonstration to find out what you've been missing – including better performance, new features and improved functionality.

What we'll cover:

  • Performance and scalability improvements gained by moving from desktop SAS to server SAS (including grid deployments).
  • Security improvements gained by moving to a centrally managed environment.
  • Additional SAS technology/functionality that is only available in a server environment.
  • Using new SAS in-memory technology to improve performance of data preparation and analytics.

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About the Experts

Speaker 1

James Gomatos, SAS

James Gomatos is a Systems Engineer at SAS. He is a graduate of the University of North Carolina Wilmington with a BS in computer science and statistics. James enjoys helping midsize organizations solve their business challenges with data analytics. His current projects include advising on server architecture and data visualization.

Speaker 2

Joe Chambers, SAS

Joe Chambers is a Systems Engineer at SAS. He is a graduate of East Carolina University with a BS in industrial technology. Joe helps solve customer business problems with a focus on server architecture, performance and cloud configurations.
 

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