Data isn't getting smaller.
In fact, it's growing in volume.
However, it's also becoming less expensive to store and archive.
And the number of devices that produce data are increasing.
So what does that mean to us in IT?
An onslaught of more data and complex data.
We're going to have to run faster to keep up.
Which isn't necessarily a bad thing.
Because that will spawn greater innovation.
Because those who can tame data growth will be the winners.
And this is a huge market.
Because as some heavy hitters said recently, we have already entered the Information Revolution.
It's all about the data.
Are you ready?
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