The State of Cloud Adoption Report

87% of public sector organisations agree they’d move all their IT systems to the cloud if the perfect solution existed. In this report – The State of Cloud Adoption – we identify the reasons why this is only the case for a fraction of workloads and applications.

Answering the question – what can public sector organisations do to overcome these barriers to entry?

Mini-Report: Defence and National Security Edition

Having interviewed more than 300 public sector organisations – a 102 of which were from the defence industry – this mini-report focusses exclusively on the results from within the military.

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Mini-Report: Local and Central Government

Having interviewed more than 300 public sector organisations – a 100 of which were from central & local government, police & justice, education, as well as critical national infrastructure – this mini-report focusses exclusively on the results from the aforementioned sectors.

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Mini-Report: Health and Care Edition

Having interviewed more than 300 public sector organisations – a 102 of which were from the health and care industry – this mini-report exclusively focusses on the results from within that sector.

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The State of Cloud Adoption – Report Summary

The vast majority of public sector IT remains in traditional, non-cloud environments. So, to find out why, UKCloud surveyed more than 300 public sector organisations, large and small and asked them about the common issues and challenges that are impeding broader adoption of cloud.

The results are emphatic. First and foremost, there remains a universal desire to move IT environments into the Cloud, with almost 9 out of 10 respondents stating that if a ‘perfect solution’ existed, they would move all their IT into the cloud. Yet, cloud adoption in the public sector remains patchy. During this report, we take a closer look at the key blockers to cloud and discuss how public sector organisations can do to overcome these traditional barriers to entry.

Mini-Report: Local and Central Government

This version of the report focusses exclusively on the survey results from those in central and local government. Including police & justice, education, and critical national infrastructure.

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Mini-Report: Health and Care Industry

This version of the report focusses exclusively on the survey results from health and care industry. Download your version of this report below.

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Mini-Report: Defence and National Security

This version of the report focusses exclusively on the survey results from the defence industry. Download your version of this report below.

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