We are leaving behind a radically transformative time for public sector data and analytics and are now looking ahead to the future. Since the onset of the pandemic, many public sector organisations have accelerated their digital transformation programmes and achieved significant improvements in the maturity of organisational capabilities for digital and data.
Acronis's annual Cyber Protection Week Global Report shows that 76 per cent of organisations experienced downtime due to data loss, a 25 per cent increase from 2021. With more companies coming online during and since the pandemic, there are more cyberattacks than ever before and downtime is an all-too-common result.
The past year has seen a surge in job resignations. In the UK, 19 million workers reportedly handed in their notice between March and July 2021, leaving more than 10 million job vacancies. And it is a trend that is set to continue. A recent survey of 1,000 UK workers revealed that almost a third (29%) are considering moving to a new job this year. It’s become clear that employee engagement, the emotional commitment the employee has to the organisation and its goals, is in turmoil.
Nutanix has announced the public sector findings of its global 2022 Enterprise Cloud Index (ECI) survey and research report, which measures enterprise progress with cloud adoption. The research showed that more public sector organisations than average have adopted multi-cloud as a primary IT operating model, outpacing the global average. Adoption is expected to nearly double from 39 per cent to 67 per cent in the next three years.