Organizations and experts talk a great deal about data growth and needed analytic proficiency that puts information to use in new constructive ways. The single most-desired application on the planet today seems to be a turnkey way of doing just that. 

But we're always playing catch up. In 2009, more digital information was produced than in all of the prior years of history combined. So spoke Michael Hopkins, editor-in-chief at the MIT Sloan Management Review at the recent MIT Sloan CIO Symposium.

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