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Posts tagged “SAS”

June 3, 2014

Premium Lock IT groups boycott IBM; McConnell joins Keona board; Siemens slashing jobs; NC bank picks SAS; NetApp raising $500M; DataChambers picks contractor

Bulldog Bulldog tech and life science roundup: Tech groups boycott IBM, Manpower, Infosys over foreign job recruiting; McConnell joins Keona board; Siemens cutting 3,800 jobs; Bank of North Carolina picks SAS; NetApp raising $500 million; Raleigh contractor to build NC Research Campus data center.

Updated May 29, 2014

Premium Lock NCTA steps up support for 'patent troll' legislation

Members of the North Carolina General Assembly area hearing an increasing crescendo of support from key members of the state's technology industry to act on "patent troll" legislation. Helping organize those efforts is the North Carolina Technology Association.

Brooks Raiford Brooks Raiford

Updated May 2, 2014

Premium Lock High-tech shares stage at Moogfest - execs explain why

Moogfest is an annual arts and music festival but last week the North Carolina Technology Association teamed up with member Moog Music to add some high-tech to the show. Called "Synthesis," the showcase included SAS and other firms. NCTA's Marc Montoro reports on what happened an Synthesis and why the tech firms chose to participate.

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April 29, 2014

Premium Lock From our archives: The Fred Eshelman saga includes one-person startup at PPD to Wilmington's Walk of Fame and now a $1.1B sale of Furiex

Fred Eshelman Looking back at Fred Eshelman's career: A 2009 blog post recapped a tumultuous year for Eshelman and PPD in which the company's stock was hammered and he stepped down as CEO to become executive chairman. But the year was capped with a salute. From there, Eshelman has continued to make headlines.

Updated March 27, 2014

Premium Lock SAS software tester's graphic tracks tragic missing aircraft mysteries

Robert Allison, a computer science PhD from N.C. State, is just as mystified as anyone else about the disappearance of Flight 370 and is intrigued about other missing aircraft mysteries. To help others wanting to know about these unsolved cases, the NCSU grad has put together an intriguing interactive map/graphic to track these "without a trace" incidents.

SAS engineer's missing airliner map SAS engineer's missing airliner map

Updated March 25, 2014

Premium Lock March Madness 2014 defies even predictive modeling at SAS

Who better to forecast the NCAA men's basketball tournament other than the software gurus at SAS and their partners? But even the men and women using analytics software and high-performance computing power to predict what shoppers will buy next and what products will be hot at Christmas can't forecast March Madness. So confesses Jared Dean, confessed basketball junkie, who heads Research and Development at SAS.

Updated March 24, 2014

Premium Lock SAS CEO Goodnight takes stage to unveil predictive data visualization

CEO Jim Goodnight takes the stage at a conference to demonstrate how SAS continues to take number crunching to higher levels of visualization. A new software suite, Visual Statistics, turns data into graphical predictive models. Meanwhile, Lenovo is using a variety of SAS tools to help understand customer concerns and to detect issues before they mushroom. SAS also announces other new products and an expanded analytics education initiative called "Analytics U."

Turning data into graphics at SAS Turning data into graphics at SAS

March 4, 2014

Premium Lock SAS co-founders Goodnight, Sall drop on Forbes' richest list

Slight drops in the estimated fortunes of Jim Goodnight and John Sall - the co-founders of software giant SAS - sent them both lower in the annual Forbes Billionaires list. However, the duo is still worth more than $11 billion, the magazine says.

Jim Goodnight Jim Goodnight

Updated February 21, 2014

Premium Lock 'Patent trolls' have a new enemy: SAS software

SAS logo at its Cary headquarters  SAS now has a key role in a new federal initiative to stop patent trolls. SAS, which has a contract with IP.com, will convert 38 years of user documentation and technical papers into electronic form."Providing our information to IP.com will give patent examiners the ammunition they need to object to questionable patent applications," says Tim Wilson, SAS Senior Intellectual Property Counsel.

Tags: SAS, TechLaw
January 31, 2014

Premium Lock Super Bowl social media insight from SAS analytics

SAS software won't be able to predict the Super Bowl winner this Sunday but the analytics capabilities of the technology can offer a lot of insight about the thoughts of the teams fans. See what SAS analytics found.

SAS analysis of Super Bowl Tweets; trends, hashtags authors SAS analysis of Super Bowl Tweets; trends, hashtags authors

Updated January 23, 2014

Premium Lock SAS cracks $3B in revenues for first time with 5% growth in 2013

SAS, the world's largest privately held software company which calls Cary its home base, topped $3 billion in revenue for the first time in 2013. A 5 percent increase in revenues also ensured that SAS stretched its streak of consecutive years for record growth to 38. The streak dates to the founding of the firm.

SAS revenues keep growing SAS revenues keep growing

Updated January 22, 2014

Premium Lock RTI partners on epilepsy work; SAS ranked in report; lawyers use cloud tools; Kenan-Flagler dean recommended; Abbott gets new trial

Bulldog In our Bulldog Blog's latest life sciences and technology update: RTI partners on epilepsy network; SAS makes ranking; lawyers use more cloud tools; Kenan-Flagler dean recommended; AbbVie gets new drug trial.

Updated January 16, 2014

Premium Lock SAS ranks No. 2 again on Fortune 'Best Place to Work' list

SAS logo at its Cary headquarters  SAS, the world's largest privately held software company, ranks No. 2 on the latest "Best Place to Work in the U.S." as reported by Fortune magazine. SAS also was second a year ago and has made the list each year since Fortune launched the program in 1998.

January 14, 2014

Premium Lock Square worth $5B?; SAS lands big deal; PayPal's new service; Merck stock jumps; BlackBerry's new sales chief

Bulldog In our Bulldog blog's tech and life science news update: Square offers shares at $135 each; SAS signs Europe's leading drugstore chain; PayPal testing new service; Merck shares jump on drug news; BlackBerry names new sales chief and lands $250M in investment.

January 8, 2014

Premium Lock SAS to tout 'Big Ideas;' Sony TV service; Quintiles' new deal; Nortel settlement; Yahoo touts ads; Twitter co-founder's startup

Bulldog Our Bulldog blog wrapup of the latest technology news: SAS has big plans for the National Retail federation show; Sony plans Internet-based TV service; Quintiles strikes info deal with Georgia firm; judge OKs Nortel deal; Yahoo unveils new services; Twitter co-founder launches new photo app.

January 2, 2014

Premium Lock Goodnight adds $1.2B to fortune, says new billionaire update, but ...

The latest "Bloomberg Billionaires Index" reports that Jim Goodnight, co-founder and CEO of Cary-based SAS, has another great year for investments in 2013. However, he falls four spots in rank as his personal gains fall below the pace of many others on the world's financial elite list.

Jim Goodnight Jim Goodnight

Updated November 26, 2013

Premium Lock Analyze this: SAS steps up education commitment with Teradata deal

When it comes to education, SAS co-founder and CEO Jim Goodnight backs his talk with money and resources. On Monday, SAS expanded that commitment to create a better educated U.S. workforce by announcing a partnership with Teradata that will make analytics more widely available to college students - at no cost. While SAS has worked with Teradata to create the "Legion of Analytic Superheroes" to honor industry leader, this new effort is designed to generate student (and job-candidate) superheroes. The head of education at SAS talks with WRALTechWire about the decision.

SAS puts analytics into college classrooms - free SAS puts analytics into college classrooms - free

Updated November 21, 2013

Premium Lock Technology skills gap threatens US future, author says

SAS will host a forum on Thursday to discuss the threat posed to the U.S. by a lack of students focused on technology skills. SAS CEO Jim Goodnight and Jim Whitehurst, CEO at Red Hat, will reiterate their call for more STEM emphasis in schools. Leading the program will be Gary Beach, publisher emeritus of CIO Magazine and author of the new book "The U.S. Technology Skills Gap." Is the threat real? yes, says Beach, who talks with WRALTechWire about how this "skills gap" is the equivalent to a permanent recession.

Book examines skill gaps in U.S. Book examines skill gaps in U.S.

November 21, 2013

Premium Lock Author: Skills gap debate in US is about education, not immigration

SAS will host a forum on Thursday to discuss the threat posed to the U.S. by a lack of students focused on technology skills. Gary Beach, publisher emeritus of CIO Magazine and author of the new book "The U.S. Technology Skills Gap," is coming to SAS to discuss what he sees as a major threat to the U.S. He also says the skills debate is not about immigration. Plus, STEM change begins at home.

"Skills Gap" threatens U.S., author says "Skills Gap" threatens U.S., author says

November 19, 2013

Premium Lock SAS produces 'heat map' tracking international job connections across U.S.

Following up on the first-of-its-kind "heat map" to track economic development in every North Carolina county, SAS has created a similar national map with the aim of helping further international education of U.S. students. SAS is working with the Asia Society and the Longview Foundation on the map, which was unveiled Monday. But data gathered for the project shows the U.S. needs to do more to educate students about the world - and the business opportunities available overseas.

New map from SAS tracks jobs, international trade New map from SAS tracks jobs, international trade

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