New IT technology paradigms, such as cloud and DevOps in Public Sector IT



It is now clear that, in our ever-connected digital world where data is at the core of powerful and game-changer stakes, organizations should invest in technologies that give them a holistic view and insights into their IT operations environments.

While, the combination of increased complexity, limited resources and continued use of manual processes is making it difficult for public sector organizations to gain valuable insights from their IT data and achieve greater visibility into systems, IT decision makers and influencers should reverse the situation. 

Streamlined view and insights into their IT operations environments are a game-changer. 

The results of a new survey from Clarus Research Group revealed that, despite rapid adoption of new technologies to improve operations, half of public sector IT professionals (51 percent) feel new IT technology paradigms, such as cloud and DevOps, are adding complexity to their organization rather than simplifying operations. 

The survey, which was underwritten by Splunk, polled IT decision makers and influencers in federal and state local government, and education, reveals that lack of resources remains a substantial problem for public sector.