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Big math chews big data By Timothy Prickett Morgan Data warehousing appliance–maker Netezza wants to set its TwinFins loose on data analytics, thereby doubling the usefulness of the boxes and positioning them to better compete with alternatives from IBM, Oracle, … Continue reading
from the SAS Institute Real-world applications that are making a difference Analytics hold the key to predicting what a person’s health experience will be: what risks are present, what treatments will be most effective, and what steps can be taken … Continue reading
by Matthew Weinberger Conventional wisdom says business intelligence software is designed for large enterprises. But recent moves from a range of software companies — including SAS Institute and Zoho, respectively — suggest BI is going broader and attracting SMB (small … Continue reading
By STEVE LOHR A TOUR of its carefully tended, 300-acre corporate campus here leaves little doubt why surveys, year after year, rate the SAS Institute, the world’s largest private software company, among the best places to work. There is the … Continue reading