GUEST OPINION: Glen Rabie, Yellowfin the CEO of an Australian-based global data analytics and business intelligence software company says that while his sector has lacked innovation over the past two decades, changes are occurring, spurred on by the global pandemic.
Data overload hits us every day - some data true, some false, some useful, some not. It's a data world and there's no going back. SAS has announced free data literacy e-learning and K-12 resources to help everyone navigate a world of data and questionable information, no matter their background.
The Malala Fund, a girls' education non-profit, with the aid of analytics vendor SAS has uncovered countries where girls are most at risk of experiencing educational interruption due to the ripple effect of catastrophic weather events.
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