Data Proliferation

This article describe about Data Proliferation, which is an umbrella term concerned with the large number of files and amount of data stored by entities such as governments and businesses. It refers to the prodigious amount of data, structured and unstructured, that businesses and governments continue to generate at an unprecedented rate and the usability problems that result from attempting to store and manage that data. While originally pertaining to problems associated with paper documentation, data proliferation has become a major problem in primary and secondary data storage on computers.