Category Archives: Stats

The Happiness Statistics (Infographic)

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96% of World Population on Mobile and 40% on Internet by End of 2014

The number of mobile-cellular subscriptions worldwide is approaching the number of people on earth. Mobile-cellular subscriptions will reach almost 7 billion by end 2014, corresponding to a penetration rate of 96%. More than half of these (3.6 billion subscriptions) will be in … Continue reading

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Big Data and Intuition: Status Update

Two new reports on big data and big decisions were released last week by Accenture and PwC. Both reports shed new light on the impact of big data on enterprises today, and how it is changing the process of decision … Continue reading

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What Happens on the Web in 60 Seconds (Infographic)

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KPCB 2014 Internet Trends Report

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Big Data: Who, Why, and How (Infographic)

“Early adopters of Big Data analytics have gained a significant lead over the rest of the corporate world. Examining more than 400 large companies, we found that those with the most advanced analytics capabilities are outperforming competitors by wide margins.” … Continue reading

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What Will Make You a Big Data Leader?

  The IBM Institute for Business Value’s 2013 analytics survey surveyed 900 business and IT executives from 70 countries. “Leaders” (19% of the sample) were respondents self identified as “substantially outperforming their market or industry peers” in a question used by the IBM Institute for … Continue reading

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