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Government Cloud Market by Agency, Delivery, Deployment: Global Advancements, Market Forecasts and Analysis (2013 - 2018)

DUBLIN, October 1, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets
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Governments are increasingly facing serious challenges that directly or indirectly affect their economies and their capabilities to deliver core services to the citizens. In such cases, they are continuously searching to adopt new ways and technologies that can enable them to address these challenges. Cloud Computing is being readily adopted by the governments across the globe, as a means to offer fundamental changes in the way public sector adopts and operates ICT.

The innovative 'as a service' solutions offered in cloud computing helps in bringing revolution in the federal enterprises, leading to a more connected government. The cloud market in the government sector mainly focuses on SaaS, PaaS and IaaS services. These services are being offered and managed directly by agencies or by the system integrators, which run the private clouds on behalf of the government agencies. In the government sector, cloud platforms help in reducing the costs and transforms the business processes completely, improving the flexibility and security at a large scale. With the implementation of government cloud, there is more collaboration and transparency in data analytics and information sharing capabilities between the various departments in the government sector.

The major vendors offering government cloud solutions and services are Microsoft, Cisco, Amazon Web Services, Oracle, CSC, Salesforce, IBM, VMware, Google, AT&T, EMC and CGI, amongst others. 

The government cloud market is expected to grow from $2.87 billion in 2013 to $18.48 billion in 2018, at a CAGR of 45.1% from 2013 to 2018. The overall size of the government cloud market equals the sum of the revenues from the different delivery modes, including IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS.

About This Report

The research report analyzes global adoption trends, evolving platforms and forces in this rapidly emerging market. The report also focuses on opportunity analysis, competitive landscape and estimates the market size with forecasts, across multiple verticals and regions.

Key Topics Covered

1 Introduction
2 Executive Summary
3 Market Ecosystem And Dynamics
4 Government Cloud: Market Size And Forecast, By Agencies
5 Government Cloud: Market Size And Forecast, By Deployment Models
6 Government Cloud: Market Size And Forecast, By Delivery Modes
7 Government Cloud: Market Size And Forecast, By Applications
8 Government Cloud: Market Size And Forecast, By Regions
9 Government Cloud: Competitive Landscape
10 Company Profiles (Overview, Products And Services, Financials, Strategy & Development)

Companies Mentioned

- AT&T
- Accellion
- Amazon Web Services
- Amer Solutions
- CGI
- CISCO
- Capgemini
- Carpathia Hosting
- Clear Government Solutions (CGS)
- DMG Federal
- Daston Corporation
- Dell
- EMC
- Google
- Huddle
- Ibm
- k Miles
- Layered Technologies
- Lockheed Martin
- Microsoft
- Netapp
- Oracle
- Rackspace
- Salesforce
- Verizon
- Vmware

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