What would my data say about me?

Consumers, machines and connected objects generate a huge amount of data that can be exploited by new Big Data and artificial intelligence technologies. This leads to new opportunities for the economy, society, the planet and each of us, but only if leveraging this data is transparent, responsible and respectful of individual.

Orange is committed to guaranteeing its customers data security and support, which makes sense in the current context of greater data awareness and regulation.  

What actually is data?

Data [data] n. – Information, especially facts or numbers, collected to be examined and considered and used to help decision-making, or information in an electronic form that can be stored and used by a computer.

Data is a recent concept – 20 years or less – that refers to the huge sources of information that, when exploited and protected, can offer great opportunities for innovation and improving people’s lives.

90%
of the data available today
has been produced in the last two years
Source: https://www-01.ibm.com/software/fr/data/bigdata/
1,000
GB of data
By 2020, each individual will generate enough data in a week to fill the equivalent of a hard drive
Source: https://www.lebigdata.fr/chiffres-big-data

Data is synonymous with a host of new professions and progress across almost all sectors from agriculture to manufacturing, and healthcare to retail. It’s also bringing about new ideas for protecting the environment and living together in smarter cities, as long as everyone using data does so responsibly, starting with companies and organisations.