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In 2023 120 zettabytes of data was transacted globally

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It is not just the sheer volume of data, but also the quality of data that is pivotal to any business, writes Abhishek Vethanayagam

 According to the latest report from Statista, the total amount of data transacted globally in 2023 was 120 zettabytes. That's equivalent to 4 billion years' worth of high-definition videos on Netflix. With the arrival of low-cost computers and storage devices, this number is projected to cross 180 zettabytes. There was a time in history when the library of Alexandria had the largest collection of human knowledge and information consolidated in a single place. Today, that vast repository of scrolls would amount to just a handful of gigabytes. It is the sheer volume of data that ...

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