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Managing E-waste Responsibly: Critical Steps Towards a Circular Economy

Dell Blog – 8.23.22

E-waste not only poses health and environmental hazards, it’s also an untapped value that businesses of all sizes, across all sectors, could return to the circular economy.

According to the Global E-waste Monitor 2020, only 17.4 percent of e-waste is formally documented as being collected and recycled. The report estimates that globally, e-waste will reach 74 metric tons by 2030, nearly double the amount since 2014. According to UNESCAP, Asia generated the greatest volume of e-waste in 2019 — some 24.9 metric tons, followed by the Americas (13.1 mt) and Europe (12 mt), while Africa and Oceania generated 2.9 mt and 0.7 mt respectively.

Source: Managing E-waste Responsibly: Critical Steps Towards a Circular Economy

Data Lakehouses: Delivering the Best of Both Worlds

Dell Blog – 4.30.22 (4.29.22)

Data is rapidly becoming an organization’s most valuable asset. Data capital, or the value derived from data, has become the ultimate source of differentiation. But being able to handle on all this data can be difficult, especially when the amount of data stored by organizations is immense – and is projected to triple by 2025 to 5.5ZB. So as the data landscape grows, it can limit your ability to leverage all your data and manage it effectively.

Source: Data Lakehouses: Delivering the Best of Both Worlds

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