Keith Collins

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Keith Collins is an executive vice president and CIO at SAS. He is passionate about delivering on the promise of big data and big analytics. Except for a stint in sales, he directed research and development at SAS for most of his career, including 13 years as CTO. His latest charter is to redefine the role of IT from tactical to strategic and to accelerate SAS into the cloud.

Collins holds a degree in in computer science from North Carolina State University and is a founding member of the NC State computer science department's strategic advisory board. In 2003, the university named him a distinguished engineering alumnus. Collins also serves as an adviser for Bull City Venture Partners and is a patron of the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Keith Collins and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications Inc. or its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

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