Analytical models are at the heart of critical business decisions. They can identify new opportunities, help you forge new or better relationships with customers, and enable you to manage uncertainty and risks.
SAS offers a comprehensive approach to supporting big data management, analytics and governance − whether that data is in stream, in Spark, in database or in Hadoop.
If your process is some form of artificial intelligence (AI) – where the machine actually adapts the underlying algorithms based on what it learns from the data – bad data can really get you into trouble.
Artificial intelligence and related forms of advanced analytics hold enormous potential for marketers to expand and deepen customer intelligence, improve business processes, and deliver engaging customer experiences. To learn about the opportunities and challenges, IIA spoke with Analise Polsky, Business Solutions Manager, SAS Best Practices and Jonathan Moran, Principal Product Marketing Manager, SAS Customer Intelligence Solutions.
What management and leadership challenges will the next wave of analytic technology bring? This Insight Center on HBR.org went beyond the buzz of what artificial intelligence can do, to talk about how it will change companies and the way we manage them.
Admittedly, it's hard to listen to an analytics provider without hearing about machine learning and AI. But while the rest of the world is bathing in AI hype, SAS customers view it as evolution,not revolution.
AI is intricately woven into daily life, through health care, retail, banking and a host of other industries. Yet as you’ll see, the general public has some uncertainty when it comes to interacting with AI.
The traditional ways of securing applications and infrastructure involved the use of firewalls and protection mechanisms for different kinds of threats, through discrete functions. UTM changes all that, by employing a single appliance that performs various security functions. This whitepaper examines how to implement a UTM solution effectively.
Mobile Device Management, or MDM for short, allows employees’ to access the company’s mail, data and internal applications securely from the devices provided to them by the company.
Organizations where portable devices are used or allowed often ignore the threats posed by such devices. This white paper will examine the nature of threats that organizations may have to face due to portable devices and as a counterpart to these threats how organizations can eliminate them.