Wednesday July 15, 2020

Are you driving enough value from your data?

In late 2019, there’s an argument that all companies in Ireland are digital businesses whether they think of themselves that way or not, because what they all have in common is they generate data.

3rd November, 2019
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From the smallest retail corner shop to the largest enterprises, all businesses generate data as they carry out their activities, and as individuals we’re not far behind them. Every time we make a phone call, use a credit card, interact with a bank or check our social media accounts, we create data.

Estimates vary, but according to IDC, by 2020 around 40 zettabytes (40 trillion gigabytes) of data will have been created. The...

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