Every day we create 2.5 quintillion bytes of data, and the pace of information creation continues to accelerate. While the potential benefits from mining big data are extraordinary, the reality for most enterprise CIOs is that current information growth is overwhelming the tools and processes they have in place to collect, store, analyze, process, archive, find and delete it.
To make matters worse, most enterprises operate in multiple regions of the world. Whether they sell to global markets, rely on global supply chains or aggregate data from around the world, enterprises operate in a world where regulations, such as EU-focused privacy rights, are complex, continually evolving and even contradictory — since the rules are not consistent across numerous countries and jurisdictions.
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