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Big Data – Analytical Database Conference in Neuss – 29th – 30th November

On August 24, 2011, Posted by , In Events, With No Comments

SAND’s Michael Pretsch will present on SAND Analytics at the Big Data – Analytical Database Conference in Neuss held 29th – 30th November, 2011.

DSAG – Jahreskongress 2011in Leipzig – 10th-13th October

On August 24, 2011, Posted by , In Events, With No Comments

SAND customer SBB from Switzerland will make a presentation at DSAG – Jahreskongress 2011in Leipzig – 10th-13th October: – German: SAND zertifizierte Nearline Lösung für SAP – Nutzen Sie das Potential Ihres Business Warehouse – English: SAND certified Nearline solution for SAP BW – Use the potential of you data…

SAND at CRM EXPO in Nürnberg – 5th-6th October

On August 24, 2011, Posted by , In Events, With No Comments

From 05th – 06th October 2011 consultants, experts and companies will present their successful practices around the topic of Customer Relationshop Management. The leading trade fair offers panel discussions, information and talks about customer relationship management and ideal approaches in the handling of customers. SAND will be at booth A50….

Big Data: Where Hadoop fits

On August 18, 2011, Posted by , In Steven Green, With No Comments

It seems any time any one mentions Big Data on the web these days, the conversation inevitably turns to Hadoop. And why not, there’s a lot of [elephant poop](http://www.sand.com/hadoop-elephant-room/) and while the [philosophy and approach can be argued](http://www.sand.com/hadoop-revisited/), it’s important to remember that the reason you have so many choices…

Australia Post to present SAND Nearline solution at ASUG

On August 18, 2011, Posted by , In Events, With No Comments

Jacek Klatt, SAP Platform Architect with accountability for innovation, design and governance in the area of SAP technology (infrastructure, SAP technical architecture, performance, operations, etc.) at Australia Post will be presenting *NearLine Storage and SAP NetWeaver BW Accelerator: Data Management in SAP NetWeaver* at ASUG. – Session: EIM212 – When:…

The future of loyalty marketing

On August 16, 2011, Posted by , In Mike Pilcher, By , With No Comments

The future of loyalty marketing combines Big Data being delivered to Big User populations with Mobile access. How do these elements come together into a single, extremely focused solution? Not with traditional loyalty programs or card schemes. It’s not about blindly blasting offers to customers in the hopes of a…

The right database for the right job

On August 11, 2011, Posted by , In Steven Green, With No Comments

It would be fantastic if there were only one marvelous multipurpose database to fit each and every job, one super application that was the best at transactions, operations, warehousing, reporting, and analytics, with beautiful eye candy, reality paints a different picture. But in the real world, real users know it…

Webinars: Benefits of Nearline Storage for SAP BW/BI and More

On August 9, 2011, Posted by , In Webinars, With No Comments

Auritas is hosting two complimentary SAP ILM webcasts featuring SAND Nearline for SAP product manager, Serge Bonin. The New Economy has caused corporations to work swift, agile, and maintain more dynamic technical environments. The data management challenges as your SAP BW/BI system grows are exponential. System performance and response times…

Hadoop redux

On July 22, 2011, Posted by , In Mike Pilcher, With No Comments

I recently wondered aloud about [Hadoop and its place in the modern enterprise](http://www.sand.com/hadoop-elephant-room/). I received a lot of feedback on that post, and it brought a few other questions to mind. Hadoop is an Apache project based on some papers Google released on their Map Reduce and Google File System…

The 3 Keys to Loyalty Marketing in 2012 and Beyond

On July 21, 2011, Posted by , In Recorded Webinars, By , With No Comments

At the heart of effective Customer Loyalty Management is the data that represents customers and their interaction with your business. There are three key areas to managing this big data: depth, breadth and speed. Breadth of big data focuses on accessing as much historical data as is relevant. Depth of…