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Violin Surfing The Flash Flood of Data Growth
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The rate of exponential growth in single databases is eclipsed by the overall rate of data growth. Analyst Clive Longbottom explains how you can survive the deluge.
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- In 2012, there were around 500 exabytes of electronic data stored worldwide – and this is expected to grow to 40 zettabytes by 2020
- This massive flood of data presents a lot of issues to the organisation and, while most of this data will be of no interest, it is still essential to know how to store it all
- There are different ways to go about storing the data, and Computer Weekly’s analyst expert Clive Longbottom outlines them in this report