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Data, which is information stored across systems, enterprises, businesses, governments, etc, is the blood coursing through the veins of the world today, enabling decision-makers to shape the future. Based on the accurate data, companies are able to chalk out their future plans, think of new product launches and draw out a well-thought business strategy.

The Data Driver has hence set its foot in this domain of providing the right information to businesses, executives, individuals and governments on the latest in the market. Our purpose is to collect data made available in the public domain by research companies, IT firms and tech firms, etc. Through The Data Driver, it is our utmost effort to showcase, feature news, reports related to cloud computing, big data, enterprise apps, e-commerce, data center, and e-governance trends, etc. Information published in this blog will be sourced through in-house content, press releases and contributions.

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