Here’s a nifty infographic, created by Online Education with several striking statistics about “an average day on the Internet” and the volume of data involved in mobile talk and data, Twitter, blogs, wikis, email, news sites and the like. The numbers are staggering!
[Created by Online Education]
By way of comparison, internally across the Microsoft corporate enterprise, on our roughly 260,000 computers we generate about 3 million internal emails each workday, and receive about 20 million incoming emails per day – though of the latter number as many as 98 percent of them get blocked by our spam filters 🙂
With numbers like those above, it’s easy to see the attraction of using cloud-computing services!
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