In 1995, the World Wide Web was an ecosystem accessed by 16 million users. A little above two decades later, the number is more than 3.5 billion (the world will need more than five computers, right Thomas Watson?!).
It’s not rocket science; you don’t need that smart physicist in “Transformers 5” to figure this out (though he was wrong in the end!), to understand that the volume and variety of data being generated every day is massive and unprecedented.
Author: Benjamin Roussey