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SAS Data Management: Big data simplified for business

October 23, 2013 No Comments

SOURCE: SAS

THE PREMIER BUSINESS LEADERSHIP SERIES, ORLANDO  (Oct. 23, 2013)  – Organizations struggle to quickly gain value from all data. But growing investments in Hadoop and other big data technologies demand time and skills to integrate data, filter it, and apply it to reports, analysis and more. SAS, a leader in data quality and data integration, has updated SAS® Data Management to empower business users to fit data to their needs while accommodating IT data management practices.

Banks lack ammo to fight cyberthreats, says report

Longitude, SAS survey findings target risk-based approach; SAS to expand security intelligence offerings.

THE PREMIER BUSINESS LEADERSHIP SERIES, ORLANDO  (Oct. 23, 2013)  – Evolving security threats, technology limitations and simple lack of awareness make cyberrisk a daunting hurdle for today’s banks. A recent survey by Longitude Research, Cyberrisk in Banking , cites lost customer trust as the most significant impact from cyberattacks – nearly double that of monetary losses.

SAS study reveals that despite privacy concerns, consumers want to be understood

Six in ten reports seeing an improvement in personal communications from businesses

THE PREMIER BUSINESS LEADERSHIP SERIES, ORLANDO  (Oct. 23, 2013)  – Public consternation over government access to personal data has once again thrown the spotlight on consumers’ concerns over data privacy. But when organizations use personal data responsibly are consumers happy with the results?

A new study from SAS, the leader in analytics, says they are. While 71 percent of the 1,260 respondents surveyed said that recent news increased their privacy concerns, a hefty 60 percent still expect businesses to know their preferences and understand their needs. And a whopping 59 percent indicate seeing an improvement in personalized communications by businesses over the past five years.

 

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