As data grows in complexity, data workers waste time searching for and preparing data instead of gaining insights according to a new report.
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If you posted one public social media post per second, it would take you 31,000 years to reach one trillion posts. That's the number of posts stored in Crimson Hexagon's data repository.
Every day, more than three billion images are created on social media and nearly one million minutes of video are shared every second. But businesses have little insight into this content, what it means for their brand or their target audiences.