Data Never Sleeps 10.0
How much data is generated every minute?
Over the last ten years, digital engagement through social media, streaming content, online purchasing, peer-to-peer payments and other activities has increased hundreds and even thousands of percentage points. While the world has faced a pandemic, economic ups and downs, and global unrest, there has been one constant in society: our increasing use of new digital tools to support our personal and business needs — from connecting and communicating to conducting transactions and business.
A growing internet population.
As of April 2022, the internet reaches 63% of the world’s population, representing roughly 5 billion. Of this total, 4.65 billion — over 93% — were social media users. According to Statista, the total amount of data predicted to be created, captured, copied and consumed globally in 2022 is 97 zettabytes, a number projected to grow to 181 zettabytes by 2025.
Succeeding in a digital world.
To succeed in an increasingly digital world where the volume of data created keeps accelerating, businesses need the right tools to put that data to work right where work gets done. Domo gives you the power to rapidly unlock value from all your data, regardless of where it lives, and drive actions across your organization that will improve business outcomes. Every click, swipe, share, or like tells a story, and Domo helps you do something powerful with it.
Data Never Sleeps 1.0 vs. Data Never Sleeps 10.0
Data Never Sleeps Hits Double Digits!
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Data Never Sleeps through the years
Data Never Sleeps 1.0
With more than 2.1 billion people online, DNS 1.0 gives the inaugural look at how much data the internet produces each minute.
Data Never Sleeps 2.0
The global internet population grew more than 14% between DNS 1.0 and 2.0 with more Tinder swipes, tweets and double-taps than ever before.
Data Never Sleeps 3.0
Ride sharing, Vines and Snapchat take the stage in DNS 3.0 as new platforms rise in popularity and millions of digital engagements happen each minute.
Data Never Sleeps 4.0
Smartphones, smartwatches, smart TVs, and countless other devices are all connected and adding to the digital deluge in DNS 4.0.
Data Never Sleeps 5.0
The number of internet users grew by over a billion in the previous five years with more than half of the world’s web traffic coming from mobile phones. DNS 5.0 breaks down what that influx looks like each minute of the day.
Data Never Sleeps 6.0
Media streaming continues its successful march in DNS 6.0 with Netflix consumption up 40% year over year, more than 750,000 Spotify songs streamed, and YouTubers clicking play on more than 4.3 million videos every minute.
Data Never Sleeps 7.0
Viewership really took off in DNS 7.0, as streaming giant Netflix streaming hours and YouTube viewership both grew in numbers more than ever before.
Data Never Sleeps 8.0
Data consumption in the digital world skyrocketed, intensified by the outbreak of COVID-19, in DNS 8.0, as we looked for new ways to connect and pondered the future of work.
Data Never Sleeps 9.0
As the COVID-19 pandemic continued to impact the globe, people stayed connected virtually. DNS 9.0 saw 12M iMessages sent and nearly 240,000 photos uploaded on Facebook every minute.