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There are too few people, too little
preparation, and too little
institutional infrastructure available
to manage too much data being
generated from too many sources.
"By 2018 the United States alone could face a shortage of 140,000
to 190,00o,ooo people with deep analytical skills as well as 1.5 million
managers and analysts with the know how to use the analysis of
big data to make effective decisions." -McKinsey Global Institute,
Big data: The next frontier for innovation, competition, and
"How to make sense of all these data? People should be worried
about how we train the next generation, not just of scientists, but
people in government and industry." -Johns Hopkins researcher,
reported in Economist report Data, Data Everywhere
While 75% of the information in the digital universe is generated by
individuals, enterprises have some liability for 80% of information in
the digital universe at some point in its digital life. -IDC 2011
Digital Universe Study
The data deluge111
The data deluge
Here’s what’s next.
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