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Information management index
Percentage of the potential users of organizations' standard business intelligence (BI) tools who use the technology today.1
Percentage of organizations that said backup and recovery takes too long. (25% said they had insufficient skills to manage the task.)2
Percentage of organizations that said backup and recovery is too complex. An equal share said it was too expensive.2
Q: How will the tension between big data and privacy concerns be resolved?
A: Regulation is coming. You may not like it, you may close your eyes and hold your nose, but it is coming. … Technologists need to re-engage with regulators. We need to get to a model where we really understand usage. [Even among the IT-proficient,] we have very low levels of computational literacy, data literacy, media literacy, and all of these are contributing to the fears.
— Danah Boyd, Microsoft researcher, in the New York Times’ “Bits” blog