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Top 10 tools & programming language used for data analytics

Are you tired of your digital gadgets knowing things about you that you haven’t even shared with your friends and family? Have you been wondering about ways you can track the smart digital assistance that loads your mind with additional information? The internet of things (IoT) such as laptops, tablets, and smartphones are loaded with publicly operated clouds, controlled by social media giants like Facebook, Google, Apple, Microsoft, and Twitter. What’s the secret behind handling data in this tech-savvy world and is it even safe to use data limitlessly? According to the data growth statistics published by the Techjury, over 1.7 MB of data was created every second and consumed by us regularly in 2020! Did you know that with the current rate of usage in mobile networks and Wi-Fi, 200+ zettabytes of data will be stored in the cloud by 2025? These alarming stats highlight the need for data analytics tools that can be used to evaluate the data integration requirements of the future. In this blog post, we have touched upon some of the big data analytics tools that can help simplify the otherwise overpopulated data pipeline and warehouse, for smooth access to data sources.

The Importance of Security in This Digital World

A by-product of the digital age is the immense amount of data produced and circulated in the online world. Nearly 1.7MB of data was generated in 2020 per person and in the past two years, almost 90% of the world’s total data was created. These astonishing figures also bring to light the importance of cyber security in the modern digital world. Data breaches have become increasingly frequent and more complex with growth in technology. Hence, hackers find it easier to break through the vulnerabilities of companies and access confidential client information. Digital transformation has accelerated the growth of online platforms, showing us just how crucial security in the digital age is. Businesses both big and small need to take cyber security into consideration if they want to stay protected from cybercrimes. Read on to find out why a strong digital expansion must be backed by robust cyber security measures.

How Technology Will Change the Legal World

Advances in technology have completely changed the law industry and transformed many of its functions. Manual work has been replaced by machine intelligence and modern software that can speedily scan legal documents and streamline communications. Even research is now being carried out electronically using legal research databases. Law firm technology makes operations productive and narrows the scope of making mistakes. Changes brought by legal technology impacts the overall industry and the effects trickle down to lawyers. To survive this dynamic landscape, lawyers must be tech-competent and adapt to the new environment. Let’s further understand the deep influence that technology has brought in the law industry at length.

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