What is OCR and why is it important?
Optical character recognition (OCR), sometimes referred to as text recognition, is a method of converting images of typed, handwritten, or printed text into editable digital text. OCR can be used to help digitise text from books, images, documents, and other sources. In this modern world of Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Automation it seems bizarre that paper-based documentation […]
Remember to stretch
Stretching is an important part of any keep fit regime, but what about when it comes to deploying enterprise analytics platforms? This blog post introduces the concept of a “Stretch Cluster” for running your analytics workloads. Use this approach to: Faced with increasing scrutiny from regulators and growing dependency from core business units, Enterprise Analytics […]
10 minutes with Tech Consultant Ryan
To mark Techies Day, our Technical Consultant Ryan Martis shares a snapshot of what he gets up to at Demarq, what he loves most about working in the industry, and advice for others wanting to follow in his footsteps… What sparked your interest in IT and how did you get to where you are now? […]
Q&A Mark Lay – Nexus
Tell us about your partnership with Demarq. How did it come about, and what is it like working with the Demarq team? I was first introduced to Demarq in 2020 when I had recently started Nexus. We spoke about their work with UK Government, building bespoke applications, and particularly what they were doing with Optical […]
How EM helped a large bank maximise their ROI
The Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) is often underestimated during the software procurement process. This is because there’s always a gap between what a software vendor deems to be a production-ready platform, and what a customer actually requires to meet their business needs. As environments become more complex, with disparate workloads and development paradigms, then […]
Getting the Most From Your SAS Logging Part 1
If not correctly managed, logging can impact the stability of your SAS environment. The first part of this three-part blog series discusses the storage problem, and how to configure a uniform architecture to solve it.
Getting the Most From Your SAS Logging Part 2
This is the second part of the three-part blog series where we explore the range of solutions which help System Administrators diagnose platform issues and decrease time to resolution of outages.