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- 70 percent of investment professionals use “alternative data” or plan to do so in the next year.
- Businesses that use big data saw a 10 percent reduction in overall cost.
- 83 percent of enterprise executives say they’ve pursued big data projects to gain a competitive advantage.
- 29 percent of investment professionals use expert networks to derive data.
- The big data industry will be worth an estimated $77 billion by 2023.
- The big data software market was worth $31 billion in 2018, growing 14 percent from the year before.
- By 2025, more than a quarter of all data created will be real-time, with 95% of that data generated by the Internet of Things.
- In 2025, the IoT data analyzed and used to change business processes will be as much as all of the data created in 2020.
- More than 150 zettabytes (150 trillion gigabytes) of data will need analysis by 2025.
- By 2025, the amount of the global datasphere subject to data analysis will grow by a factor of 50 to 5.2 zettabytes.
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