What Is The True Value of Your Data?

December 6, 2022
Hosted by Bonnie D. Graham

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The Buzz 1: IDC’s recent Global DataSphere Forecast, 2021-2025, predicts that global data creation and replication will experience a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 23% over the forecast period, leaping to 181 zettabytes in 2025. That’s up from 64.2 zettabytes of data in 2020 which is a tenfold increase from the 6.5 zettabytes in 2012. [idc.com] The Buzz 2: One zettabyte is equivalent to 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 (1021) bytes or about 250 billion DVDs. What’s causing the growth? The jump in 2020 was caused by people accessing online resources from home for work, learning and entertainment, but less than 2% of new data was saved. The remainder was created for immediate consumption and not stored for future use, or temporarily cached and then overwritten with more new data. [red-gate.com] Here's the scoop: Data is everywhere, in everything we do. All of this data can be a veritable goldmine for businesses that understand how to capture, save, analyze and use it correctly – easier said than done. Can your organization become more data-driven by harnessing the power of disparate data to make sense of it and extrapolate actionable insights? What about deriving value from the data you collect? We’ll ask Savvy Innovators Phil Vincenzes, Maria F. Glenski and Jenny Glenski for their insights on overcoming challenges with large data sets, how different industries optimize their data, and the potential value data can bring to your technology and human interactions. Tune in for What Is The True Value of Your Data?

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In a world of constant change, it is time to future proof your business. Technology, data, and devices are all converging to impact every aspect of work and life. Reinventing your business by innovating all aspects large and small holds the key to maintaining your competitive edge. Join host Bonnie D. Graham for our special series: The Savvy Innovators, Presented by BMC Software. We’ll explore how enterprises can embrace tech-enabled disruption, and continuously adapt and evolve to achieve and sharpen their competitive edge. Learn from today’s savvy innovators how to guide your company to best uncover and deliver enhanced value to your stakeholders. The Savvy Innovators, Presented by BMC Software, on the VoiceAmerica Business Channel.

Bonnie D. Graham

Bonnie D. Graham produced and hosted her first live talk radio show in 1998 on AM1240–WGBB, Long Island, NY’s oldest terrestrial radio station. A few years later, she moved from terrestrial to Internet radio with her author interview show, “Up Close and Personal.” In 2011, working at the enterprise software leader SAP, she developed the concept for a weekly live global business thought leadership roundtable series on the VoiceAmerica Business Channel – and launched “Coffee Break with Game-Changers” on October 5, 2011. Over the next nine years, Bonnie D. created, produced and hosted 46 additional SAP series on the Business Channel, attracting millions of listeners around the world. Since becoming an independent broadcaster in 2019, she has developed and hosted live radio and podcast series on the Business Channel for eight additional organizations, as well as her own weekly series, “Read My Lips: Cool Conversations with Creatives with akaRadioRed,” on the Empowerment Channel. In 2023, her live-streaming “Technology Revolution: The Future of Now” series was ranked No. 6 on FeedSpot’s Top 70 Technology Podcasts to Listen to in 2023. What powers Bonnie D.’s passion for radio? She “loves speaking with smart people!”

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