Category Archives: Data growth

Data is Eating the World: A New Economy

  The Economist: Data are to this century what oil was to the last one: a driver of growth and change. Flows of data have created new infrastructure, new businesses, new monopolies, new politics and—crucially—new economics. Digital information is unlike … Continue reading

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Data is Eating the World: The new face of globalization

McKinsey: The growth of trade compared with the growth of GDP in this decade has been half of that in the late 1990s and early 2000s, while global capital flows as a percentage of GDP have dropped precipitously since the … Continue reading

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Data is Eating the World: 163 Trillion Gigabytes Will Be Created in 2025

Source: Data Age 2025

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Data Is Eating the World: Enterprise Edition

HT: ArchiTECHt Enterprise Innovation: With its 150-year history, over $2.4 trillion in assets, 37 million customers, and 4,000-strong presence across 70 countries, [HSBC] is an important financial institution in a heavily-regulated industry. “We have to make sure our customers feel … Continue reading

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Data Created Every 60 Seconds

Source: Bernard Marr

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Internet of Things by the Numbers: Research Updates

IDC presented on August 4 its annual mid-year IoT review webcast, hosted by Vernon Turner, senior vice president and research fellow for IoT and Carrie MacGillivray, vice president of IoT & Mobile. Here are the highlights: An updated Digital Universe … Continue reading

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What Happens on the Internet in 60 Seconds

Excelrcom: So, what’s happened since 2015? The mass majority of these numbers have significantly increased from what happened in an Internet minute last year. This goes to show how consumers are continuously utilizing the Internet more and more each day, … Continue reading

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