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Technology trends 2011: A public sector perspective

Top ten technology trends for government


Technology trends 2011: A public sector perspectiveThis report provides public sector CIOs and other executives with a sector-specific look at the top ten technology trends expected to impact their organisations and communities over the next 18 to 36 months. It is a companion to Deloitte’s commercial sector focussed report, Technology Trends 2011: The natural convergence of business and IT (July2011). The list of top trends is the same across the two reports, however the application and impact for public sector is quite different.

While written from a US Federal Government perspective much of the discussion is immediately relevant and of interest to Australian public sector readers.

Topics covered include:

Section 1: (Re)emerging enablers
    1. Visualisation
    2. “Almost-enterprise” applications
    3. Cyber intelligence
    4. CIOs as revolutionaries
    5. The end of the “death of ERP

Section 2: Disruptive deployments
    6. Real analytics
    7. Social computing
    8. User engagement
    9. Applied mobility
    10.Capability clouds

Section 3: Conclusion

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