“By applying AI to analytics, organizations can better serve their citizens and use technologies such as predictive analytics to identify problems before they arise.”
Fremont, CA: 2021 has been a difficult year for everyone due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In relation to the public sector, this highlighted the need for rapid adaptation and continuous service to citizens in difficult circumstances. In many cases, public sector organizations struggled to meet the enormous demands of the situation. For many organizations, this has highlighted the need for digital transformation. A technical solution was essential to taking the many steps needed to tackle the pandemic. As a result, public sector leaders are focused on accelerating digital transformation.
As governments focus on digital transformation, the following technology trends will play an important role.
Cloud Computing to Support Digital Transformation
As agencies struggle to adapt to the digital world, they need computing power. Cloud computing will be the answer to many of these problems. A cloud-based software solution can increase access to and reliability of resources. Cloud computing is also well-suited to achieving this goal because of its flexibility and scalability.
The Rise of Edge Computing
As the world moves primarily to digital technologies and technologies like 5G and IoT gain traction, government agencies will begin to see edge computing as a way to supplement the massive amounts of data and computing power they need. Edge computing allows organizations to take full advantage of these new technologies.
Smarter Decisions with AI Analytics
Leveraging AI-powered business intelligence tools isn't just for businesses. The public sector can also benefit from these tools. Government has data. All you need is the right tools to uncover hidden insights in your data. By applying AI to analytics, organizations can better serve their citizens and use technologies such as predictive analytics to identify problems before they arise.