I enjoyed watching this video from 2008. It begins with a variety of quotes and mis-quotes by technology experts beginning in 1899, using an early 1900s moving pictures style of graphics. The author then uses images of streams of data and a catchy Elvis song to throw (unsourced) facts and figures out about data use, expected data use, and, data quality.
What caught my eye were the figures on data quality, or, more precisely, the lack thereof. Do you think that only 14% of organizations have completely accurate data? Should that figure be higher or lower?