Reassessing Data-Driven Business Transformation Through a New Lens
Zettabyte—the unit of measure that is the equivalent of 1 billion terabytes of data—may not be a word that C-suite executives use very often these days. But that might change soon as the data revolution rages on. Data is already pumping through organizations like never before, arriving from a plethora of sources—from smartphones to smart cities—and proliferating so rapidly that experts believe the term zettabyte will soon be found in the corporate technology lexicon. By 2025, businesses, along with the economies and societies in which they operate, will collectively be handling an estimated 175 zettabytes of data, according to the Internet and Jurisdiction Policy Network, citing market intelligence firm IDC.
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