Tag: sas cloud

Analytics
Lindsay Marshall 0
You’re in safe hands with SAS Cloud

Some organizations need advanced analytics that are customized, configured and managed off-site. That’s where the SAS Cloud comes in. Ever wondered what it takes to get a managed application services (MAS) project implemented and supported on an ongoing basis? That’s where Jenny Welsh comes in. She’s the Senior Director of Project Management, Technical Account Management

Analytics
Lindsay Marshall 0
Building trust in the cloud with Bryan Harkola

By definition, managed application services require a high degree of trust. After all, you’re paying someone else to manage your business applications and, in many cases, your data. To help establish that trust, we want to introduce you to our managed application services team – and have them answer some of your questions about our hosted and

Analytics
Lindsay Marshall 0
How we’re reimagining data access on the cloud

You look to the cloud for several reasons – to meet your cloud-first strategy, for scalability or to adapt quickly to changing business demands. Maybe all three.   Perhaps you need offerings to be available in various regions, or to reduce application response time and improve latency problems. Perhaps regulatory and compliance constraints are limiting (or mandating) the physical locations where your data can be stored and transmitted. This is why having a global data footprint is

Analytics
David Annis 0
Five considerations for your cloud-first strategy

Across all industries, organizations are adopting a cloud-first strategy. What does it mean to be cloud-first? Broadly speaking, cloud first means using shared infrastructure instead of building and hosting your own private storage facility, systems, etc. Benefits of adopting a cloud-first strategy include cost savings and productivity improvements. However, what

Analytics
David Annis 0
Does software as a service work for analytics?

PC Magazine defines the broad industry term Software as a Service (SaaS) as, “Software that is rented rather than purchased. Instead of buying applications and paying for periodic upgrades, SaaS is subscription based, and upgrades are automatic during the subscription period.” SaaS, according to the same source, is ideally suited