Report: Digital data to double every 2 years through 2020

12/12/2012 | Computerworld

Updated figures to the Digital Universe study reveal digital data will double every two years for the next eight, surpassing 40 zettabytes, which equals out to 5,200 GB for every child, woman and man on Earth. Machine-made data will account for the lion's share of the total, with research firm IDC predicting at least one-third of data will feature critical information worthy of data analysis attention.

View Full Article in:

Computerworld

Published in Briefs: