Information technology

what data analysis and data mining approaches can be used to combat the exponentially increasing amounts of data being generated each year by the typical business? Someone please help.
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Asked Nov 29, 2011
Edited Nov 29, 2011
A system that limits the time data is stored to the future need and capability of the system for viewing it. In the shorter term, that's usually controlled by the audit requirements and statute of limitations. In the long term it's most often mandated by the technology. Upgrades in technology create situations where businesses can have hundreds of 1.5 inch floppy disks in a box, a few 10 megabyte hard drives, reels of backup tapes, a pile of backup CDs, some data DVDs and on and on. If you don't have computers that will read all of that, it's useless. Whether or not it's worth the effort to continually update the data to the current level of technology becomes the controlling factor.
Answered Nov 30, 2011
Information technology is the process of using computer devices to obtain and handle information and data. It is something that is used by people all over the world in their businesses as well as in their homes. Before the information-technology age came to be, individuals had to obtain and handle their information by hand, which was quite time-consuming; however, those days are over. You don't need to have a degree in information technology to use it. All you need is a computer device and the desire to work with information.
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Answered Dec 19, 2013
There are many technologies for data analysis and data mining but now a days ethereum blockchain technology are very popular for building decentralized app and for file storage ethereum DApp development. By this technology you can keep your data secure and protected. lots of IT companies such as Chetu offers Decentralized App Programming services on the Ethereum Protocol. To learn more visit here

Answered Aug 22, 2018

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