Not only is there way too much data flying around organizations, but those charged with keeping track of it often don’t know where critical data is located. What’s more, new European data privacy rules are making that task harder.
Those the key findings of an industry survey released earlier this month by in-memory analytics database vendor Exasol, which concludes that so-called “dark data” remains a challenge as businesses transition from business intelligence to data analytics. The European study looked at how companies in Germany and the U.K. are faring in the transition to data analytics.?
Author: George Leopold