Nearly 50% of marketers agree that data is the most underutilized asset in their organization. Check out this infographic from the folks at LoyaltyLab.com to learn some tips on utilizing data better.
The subject of data storage has been given new life by an interactive infographic from Dell dubbed the ‘History of Data Storage’. Click on the static image to view the interactive version.
The cloud is an emerging technology for backup, and while more than half of SMBs say they back up to the cloud to protect business data, many IT providers still do not offer cloud backup to their business customers. This infographic describes the data loss threat and offers IT providers tips on how they can grow revenue and protect their business customers with a better cloud backup solution.
Here is an infographic about the top trends including big data, analytics, and analytical models, all of which are defining trends of analytics today and are likely to have a significant influence in 2014 and future course around the globe.
Hinge Marketing’s new infographic “Head Games” explores how having an accurate view of the marketplace will help to build a strong brand strategy for professional services firms.
Big data can be very beneficial for business, but the key is to reduce downtime, maintain the integrity of your assets and improve the quality of your future asset purchases. Check out the infographic below to learn more about how big data is good for business if used the right way.
The data mining business is estimated to grow from $31 billion to $106 billion by 2016. We as consumers are analyzed and categorized by everything from whether we use pens or pencils to fill out forms to how much our mortgages are. Learn more about data mining in this infographic.
In the last decade, we have seen the world cross a billion Internet-connected computers, the widespread adoption of Internet-enabled smartphones, the rise of the “cloud”, and the digitization of nearly every single photo, movies, song, and other file. Data has grown exponentially, devices have proliferated, and the risk of data loss has skyrocketed with these trends.
With the rise of smartphones, consumers are increasingly hungry for data-intensive apps and services. How powerful is this shift, and how will mobile providers cope with these new devices and usage habits? Vistapointe Inc has created this infographic to highlight some of the alarming trends in mobile data and put them into perspective. Sometimes, large numbers are best expressed visually to provide a sense of scale.
Since the beginning of time up until 2003, humans generated five billion gigabytes worth of data. Today, we generate that amount of data in just two days! Not only do we generate a lot of data, it varies between generations. This infographic presented by Wikibon takes a look at data footprints by generation.
This infographic from Statistical Fiction showcases and compares the history of data Storage and Star Trek’s Lt. Commander Data.
Mobile phones, tablets and wireless data cards are almost ubiquitous parts of a modern company’s work arsenal. Many companies though aren’t paying close attention to how their employees are using their company-issued devices, data and minutes. The following infographic looks into some of the dirty little secrets of Enterprise Mobility Management.
Monsters like King Kong are greatly beneficial to have if they are tame and on your side. Big data is the same way because of the benefits of working with larger and larger data sets allowing analysts to spot business and social trends prevent diseases, combat crime and much more. So big data is a great thing to have at your disposal because of all it benefits. The big question who will benefit the most – people or companies.