PwC Research

Are your data analysts extracting value from your information?

Do you make the most of your data analysts? In the age of Big Data, the way we think and talk about information has changed. Where once the key concern was information risk, the discussion has now evolved to embrace the idea that businesses should extract value from their information. […]


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Trends in information management: the first PwC and Iron Mountain Information Value Index

PwC and Iron Mountain have worked in partnership for four years to deliver cross-sector, multi-market research on the growing importance of information management and governance. Our three earlier studies focused initially on the European mid-market (250-2,500 employees) and more recently on European and North American enterprise –level organisations (over 2,500 […]


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The unsung hero on the #infosec front line

Information access and insight are the business enablers of our time. Giving the right people access to the right information is key to driving business value. But it’s not easy. Let’s be perfectly clear: managing how information flows in and out of today’s businesses is hard and the complexity of […]


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Are businesses evolving to keep pace with information management? The people perspective

The technology for managing information has evolved almost as quickly as information itself. Now, we can digitise information to speed-up businesses processes, collect and organise valuable details about our customers and rapidly retrieve information from different sources. And we can do all these things at the click of a mouse. There’s no doubt that […]


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INFOGRAPHIC: Businesses struggle to use information for competitive advantage

In conjunction with PwC, we’ve just published the third annual mid-market information risk management report. It forms part of this year’s Information Risk Maturity Index. For the first time, the report not only looks at mid-market (250 -2,500 employees) European firms, but also at firms from North America. In addition, we’ve extended the scope of our research to include enterprise businesses (over 2,500 employees) in Europe and North America. This research will be published later this summer. In the meantime, you can read an introduction to our findings for mid-market and enterprise-level companies when you visit our website. Some of the main findings from this year’s research are highlighted in this infographic (click the image to see a larger version).


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