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No Fooling! It’s Time for the 2020 Internet Minute Infographic!: eDiscovery Trends
This is not an April Fool’s Joke! With all of the craziness of the past few weeks, it slipped up on me, but here is the 2020 Internet Minute infographic!
Hard to believe that we’ve been looking at internet minute infographics each year for the past five years, but time flies – minute by minute (see what I did there?). ;o)
The updated graphic shown above, once again created by Lori Lewis, illustrates what happens within the internet in a typical minute in 2020. As always, there are a couple of different categories tracked in this graphic than last year’s, but most are the same and those that are carried forward are, once again, (almost) all up compared to last year – some more than others. For example, people “Tweeting” is up nearly 2.5 times last year and Instagram scrollers nearly twice as much. No word whether the current craziness (I’m not going to say the “C” word today) was factored into the Netflix increase of 10% (my guess – not), or what percentage of those Netflix viewers were tuned into the Tiger King limited series (trust me, you can’t stop watching it).
In her post, Lori also goes through some of her observations on the trends. As always, I can’t vouch for the accuracy of the numbers, so take them for what it’s worth. Nonetheless, a picture may be worth a thousand words, but an infographic is worth one blog post topic (at least once a year). ;o)
Speaking of trends, Rob Robinson’s Complex Discovery site has published its list of eDiscovery Mergers, Acquisitions, and Investments in Q1 2020. As you can imagine, with the current climate having unfolded as the quarter progressed, M&A+I activity is down significantly in 2020 (nine total events, five of those in January) vs Q1 2019 (fifteen total events) and vs. Q1 2018 (fourteen total events). As always, Rob provides a list of M&A+I events between November 2001 and current (419 of them), so feel free to check those out — they are always interesting.
So, what do you think? How have the challenges of various sources of data affected your organization? Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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