New JMP version provides data scientists with more predictive modelling tools

From Pleistocene fossils to infrared technology on a mission to map the surface of a near-Earth asteroid, JMP statistical discovery is helping scientists, engineers and other data analysts make a difference, says SAS, as it releases the latest version of the software.

Written by Divina Paredes17 Oct. 19 06:00

CDO-plus role for Kevin Angland at Mercury

Kevin Angland takes on the newly-created role of general manager retail and digital at Mercury. He moves into this role following more than three years as general manager digital services.

Written by Divina Paredes16 Oct. 19 17:32

SAS and Red Hat expand partnership

SAS Viya on Red Hat OpenShift aims to optimise analytical capabilities across the hybrid cloud

Written by Divina Paredes16 Oct. 19 16:08

Trio wins economics Nobel for science-based poverty fight

The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said their work had shown how poverty could be addressed by breaking it down into smaller and more precise questions in areas such as education and healthcare, and then testing solutions in the field.

Written by Reuters16 Oct. 19 07:06

The Kiwi retailer in the age of Industry 4.0

The Warehouse Group CDO Michelle Anderson and CMO Jonathan Waecker on how the retailer is leading through ‘the perfect storm of technologies’ impacting every business

Written by Divina Paredes16 Oct. 19 06:30

Vodafone launches first X-Squad for customers

These technical customer service experts have been handpicked for their people skills and ability to solve complex problems, says Antony Weldon, acting customer operations director.

Written by Divina Paredes15 Oct. 19 15:15

After nine years, Bill McDermott is stepping down as SAP CEO

SAP has announced that CEO Bill McDermott will not be renewing his contract and will be stepping down as the CEO of SAP after a nine year tenure, with Christian Klein and Jennifer Morgan taking over, making Morgan the first ever female (co) SAP CEO.

Written by By Scott Carey14 Oct. 19 09:30

Scientists endorse mass civil disobedience to force climate action

In a joint declaration, climate scientists, physicists, biologists, engineers and others from at least 20 countries broke with the caution traditionally associated with academia to side with peaceful protesters courting arrest from Amsterdam to Melbourne.

Written by Reuters14 Oct. 19 07:03