Unstructured Data in the future

Manage The Surge In Unstructured Data with Intelligent Networking

Massive amounts of new digital information are flooding enterprise networks everyday. A powerful transformation is happening. People and machines are interacting with each other differently over networks. All information today is unstructured data.

Are You Prepared To Meet These Challenges?

The average enterprise will need to manage 50 times more information by 2020.

While increasing IT staff by only 1.5%

Big data information varies, and comes from many sources.

Nearly all of the information today is unstructured data.

Unstructured data:

  • Facebook
  • Flickr
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn
  • iTunes
  • Youtube
  • Vimeo
  • Amazon
  • RSS Feeds

Unstructured data accounts for more than 90% of data in today’s organisations.

Enterprises have liability or responsibility for nearly 80% of the information in the digital universe.

Enterprise Performance can Deteriorate

Pushed to the tipping point by sheer volumes, speeds, and types of unstructured data.

In a 2012 study of 1800 IT professionals:

81% (4 of 5) say that cloud computing will be necessary for all or some of their Big Data projects.

More than half say that video will make up 20 – 60% of their network traffic over the next two years.

Say network loads will double over the next two years.

Over 40% are ready for the surge in network traffic.

23% say network loads will triple over the next two years.

An advanced and intelligent networking infrastructure can help your organisation get ahead of the tsunami of unstructured data. A well optimised network can support diverse application and sources of information. The right data can reach the right people at the right time to make informed decisions. And the network can better interact with people and machines in real time.

Unstructured Data in the future

Infographic by XO Communications.

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