In 1941, a new term was added to the Oxford English Dictionary: Information Explosion (Press, 2013). The term explains the growth in information content seen seven decades ago, beginning with Fremont Rider; a university librarian who in 1944 estimated that information in university libraries would double in size every sixteen years. Nearly seventy year later, Bounie and Gilled, produced a report called “International Production and Dissemination of Information”, and concluded that the world in 2008 produced 14.7 exabytes of new information; three times the amount of information produced just five years earlier (Press, 2013). This rapid growth in information content has generated a greater need for organizations to evaluate how key organizational content is managed to achieve strategic goals and to remain competitive in today’s business environment.
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Binayaka Mishra is an experienced IT professional, in various tools and technologies like Data Warehousing, BigData Analytics, Cloud Computing, Reporting Analytics & Project Management documentation with 10+ years experience. He was Graduatad in Computer Science & Engineering from National Institute Of Science & Technology, Berhampur, Odisha, India in 2002. In the past, he has worked in several critical roles with MNC’s like Oracle Corporation, Wipro Technology, CapGemini India Pvt Ltd, UBS & AoN Hewitt Associates India Pvt Ltd, HMRC -UK and MI5-UK. Apart from technical details, his mastery into functional domains like Payroll Processing, Tax Calculation, UK NI and Corporate Tax measurements are some key divisions, has fallen into. A real hacker in his professional life who loves to listen music, play snooker 7Bowling and desperate swimmer like a shark.