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2020 Cloud Vision: The end of fear, uncertainty and doubt?

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Cloud adoption reaches new heights

Organisations planning to migrate core IT infrastructure in the next 18 months has risen 62%

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Cloud fears evaporate

23% reduction in those that consider migrating to the cloud a challenge

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The sky’s the limit in cloud delivery

81% have invested in additional workforce training to develop cloud capabilities, or are refocusing existing training budgets

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A new report examining the state of cloud adoption in the UK

2019 will be the watershed year for public sector cloud adoption

Surveying 225 individuals from a wide variety of organisations, the ‘2020 Cloud Vision’ report suggests 2019 will be a watershed year for public sector cloud. Drawing comparisons with a similar survey conducted in 2016, the research paints a picture of rapidly accelerating cloud adoption, amid growing confidence and awareness of the enormous opportunities it presents.

With number of organisations planning to migrate core IT infrastructure to the cloud in the next 18 months increasing 62%, confidence in cloud services improving and 81% of organisations investing in workforce cloud skills, 2019 is set to be a watershed year for public sector cloud adoption.

Download the report and discover the drivers behind the change.

Sean Grimes, Managing Director, Cloud & IT Services

Sean Grimes, Managing Director, Cloud & IT Services

Commenting on the findings, Sean Grimes at Agilisys, said:

“Across the public sector, our report shows that an end to the fear, uncertainty and doubt surrounding cloud is on the horizon. Organisations now understand adoption is critical and they’re moving faster than ever to capitalise on new cloud capabilities. As a result, we’re likely to see a growing shortage of cloud skills in the public sector—not just in technology hubs like London and Bristol, but across the country”.