How much data is shared online every minute?

It’s hard to fathom the amount of data that we create every day with our all of our devices and our devotions to social media platforms. A new infographic from Domo pinpoints the exact amount of online content that we create every minute...

In One Minute ... (Infographic)

One minute doesn’t seem like a long time, but when it comes to Internet data, it may as well be an eternity. Data visualization company Domo shared the infographic below, displaying just now much information passes through the Internet in one minute from social networks, e-commerce sites, messaging applications and other sources...

This Is How Much Data The Internet Gets Through In One Minute

Computer software company Domo has just released its fourth annual installment of its “Data Never Sleeps” series, which breaks down our online habits and Internet activity across the biggest online media platforms. As you can imagine, our appetite for information and emojis has only gotten stronger over the course of this year...

Video, social media, digital assistants: what happens on the web in one minute

Over the past four years, the number of people accessing the web, either via a desktop or mobile device has rocketed from 2.1 billion to 3.4 billion and this means the amount of data moving back and forth has likewise exploded...

Minute By Minute What We're Doing Online

I look at data like the kind Domo compiled for an infographic and say to myself: “This is fascinating. I could study this all day.” But, of course, I couldn’t because my rapid consumption of data, like yours, is so overpowering I can only ponder “Data Never Sleeps 4.0” for just a moment. Or, in this case, a minute. Domo, the business management platform, mooshed together usage data about some of the biggest video and social sites and put it all in one great big package that breaks it down, minute by minute...

The 30 startups whose value ballooned the most during the 'steroid era' of funding

For the last four years, many startups have been chasing after a billion-dollar "unicorn" valuation. Now that the steroid era of startup funding is coming to an end, these richly valued companies are in the spotlight. Many will end up being worth a lot less than their last valuation. A few will surpass it. Business Insider worked with PitchBook to rank the companies that juiced up their valuations the most since 2012. Here are the top 30 companies who saw their valuations rise by at least $1 billion during the past 4 years, ranked by how those valuations have ...

2016 Big Data 100: 50 Coolest Business Analytics Vendors

Big Data Business Analytics Working with big data remains one of the biggest IT challenges that businesses, government agencies and other organizations face today. It's also one of the biggest opportunities for IT vendors and for solution and strategic service providers. The big data market grew 23.5 percent to $22.6 billion in 2015, according to market researcher Wikibon, and will grow at an annual compound growth rate of 14.4 percent to $92.2 billion in 2026. The CRN editorial team has created the fourth annual Big Data 100, identifying vendors that have demonstrated an ability to innovate in bringing to...

Tracking Utah’s elusive unicorns and what it means for the future

SALT LAKE CITY — The mythical unicorn is a creature with a large, pointed, spiraling horn projecting from its forehead with the power to render poisoned water potable and to heal sickness. In the world of business, unicorn has an equally awe-inspiring meaning, but without the mythic overtones. It's a company, usually a startup that may not have an established performance record, with a stock market value or estimated valuation of more than $1 billion. Nationwide, there are approximately 150 companies valued at the billion-dollar level. The Beehive State is home to at least six unicorns...

Josh James Bets Big To Build Domo As The First Business Cloud

Josh James dreams big.  He founded web analytics pioneer Omniture in 1996, took it public in 2006, and then sold it to Adobe for $1.8 billion in 2009. For most, that would be the accomplishment of a lifetime. As James sees it, he chides himself for not thinking big enough.  “I should have thought bigger with Omniture. It could have been bigger. It could have been a lot bigger,” says James. No one could accuse James of not thinking big this time around, not even by his own impossibly high bar. He and his team have announced their ambitions to...

Data crunching start-ups are still getting money

For start-ups in the business of crunching data, there has never been a better time to raise capital, industry watchers say. Companies leveraging and analyzing data to deliver products made up almost half of the top 10 biggest U.S. venture capital deals so far this year, according to PitchBook. These start-ups are applying data mining and analysis to industries in new ways and thus have the potential to be both substantially disruptive and extremely profitable...
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