As more companies begin measuring their data stores in petabytes, the realities of data proliferation become very apparent. In fact, the proliferation of the data proliferation topic itself is out of control. It’s ironic that Microsoft Word doesn’t recognize petabyte as a real word, yet the corporation’s data stores have reached petabyte levels. Information is exploding, and it has become virtually impossible for companies to keep up.


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