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Public Service cloud: A continuum of opportunity

September 7, 2021

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In brief

The cloud imperative in public service

57%

of public service executives believe that accelerating cloud is business-critical.

41%

of public service executives expect artificial intelligence and machine learning to be the biggest drivers for compute resources in the next few years.

83%

of public service agency leaders agree or strongly agree that cloud is essential to fuel innovation and new business models.

72%

of public service leaders expect their need for computing capacity to more than double in the next two to three years.

Pillars of success: Traversing the cloud continuum

01.Deeply understand the power of the cloud continuum

02.Establish standard practices

03.Prioritize experiences for citizens and the workforce

04.Recognise the cloud continuum requires commitment

In the post-pandemic era of accelerated digital transformation, how can organisations ensure their cloud modernisation will measurably improve outcomes and services?

Continuous cloud reinvention

About the Authors

Valerie Armbrust

Managing Director – Public Service, Technology and Cloud Lead


Ahmed Hassan

Managing Director – Defence and National Security Lead, Australia and New Zealand


Todd Kimbriel

Managing Director – Public Service, North America


Timo Levo

Managing Director – Public Service, Defence, SAP, Europe


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