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SAS Thought Leader Anne Buff was in Toronto this week to deliver a session called, "Making Big Data Smaller: Big Data Governance and Management" at the MDM & Data Governance Summit. She'll be focused on the Big Data Effect and offering insight into implications and impact on data governance and data management. 
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Join us on Thursday, July 24 at 10:00 a.m. ET as we speak with Stavros Asimakopoulos, Foresight Editor for Forecasting Support Systems, on how mobile forecasting (m-forecasting) applications can streamline collaboration between retailers and suppliers. http://2.sas.us/6265YFG3
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Can my SAS application be grid enabled? http://2.sas.us/6263YQHl
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Why Lionel Messi’s birthday matters: a look at average age of World Cup 2014 teams by market value through SAS Visual Analytics - http://2.sas.us/6266Yt0k
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+Guru ITProfessional they've posted a few fun World Cup related posts. Tomorrow, they can post the Netherlands victory score! (I hope)
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When it comes to cost-effective data storage, choosing Hadoop is a no-brainer. The real trick is knowing how to extract trends and meaning from all your data stored there. Find out how it works. Watch this webinar today!
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Forecasting sharknadoes with SAS #forecasting #arthur http://2.sas.us/6260Y5Uw
Everyone is intrigued by natural disasters - can we predict the likelihood of multiple disasters happening simultaneously?
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Hadoop. What it is and why it matters. http://2.sas.us/6268iDsu
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Explore hot topics in data management http://2.sas.us/6269YHld 
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Join SAS expert, Amy Peters, on a live technical webinar titled "Getting Started with SAS Studio" on July 17. Learn all about programming via your web browser. 
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The Argentina/Netherlands match has already begun but our friendly office rivalry continues... 
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Haha, yes we did! What a nail-biting shootout to close out the semis.
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Where will the next earthquake strike? #earthquake #data http://2.sas.us/6268Ytzm 
This morning, a fairly strong earthquake struck southern Mexico - can SAS analyze past earthquake data to help predict future earthquakes?
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Join us for this interactive webinar, as we walk through use cases on how you can use SAS In-Memory Statistics for Hadoop and SAS Visual Analytics with Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP) to glean Big Data insights and redefine how your organization can solve complex Data Science problems. 
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SAS is the leader in business analytics software and services, and the largest independent vendor in the business intelligence market. We have helped organizations across all industries realize the full potential of their greatest asset: data. We do this through advanced analytics that turn data about customers, performance, financials and more into meaningful information.
 
Customers see tangible results time after time with SAS software and services. So it's no surprise that the company continues consistent revenue growth this year. SAS is used at more than 60,000 sites in over 134 countries, including 90 of the top 100 companies on the 2011 Fortune Global 500® list. What next generation approaches will your organization use?