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LONDON, Jan. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- just published a new market research report:


This IDC Government Insights presents the top 10 predictions for the Asia/Pacific (excluding Japan) or APEJ governments in the year 2014. This study discusses key issues, conditions, and challenges that government officials and organizations must address as they perform their roles and responsibilities in IT strategic planning, investment decision making, and technology program delivery.

In the pursuit of investing in innovative ICTs for organizational relevance, as well as competence and effectiveness, outcome-based measurements must still be in place. Notably, prudence considerations such as transparency, value-for-money practicality, and stakeholders' accountability will continue to dictate the soundness of government investments today.

"The 3rd Platform era of technological change through advances in cloud, analytics, mobile, and social technologies provides an excellent opportunity for APEJ government agencies to pursue more innovative (and even more disruptive) programs aimed at improving productivity and performance," says Gerald Wang, Research Manager, IDC Government Insights Asia/Pacific."Three main themes are noted for the year 2014: 360-degree stakeholder engagements, 3rd Platform service transformations, and a heightened focus on building future competencies with cutting-edge technologies -- all driven by the still-important cost management agenda."


Table of Contents


In This Study

Situation Overview

APEJ Government ICT Spending Overview

APEJ Government Trends Overview

Potential Impact and Implications for Government Executives

Trends in Government-to-Citizen (G2C)/Government-to-Business (G2B) ICT Service Delivery

Trends in Government-to-Enterprise (G2E)/Government-to-Government (G2G) ICT Service Delivery

Considerations for Growth Opportunities in the Government Sector

Future Outlook

360-Degree Stakeholder Engagements, Collaborations, and Participation

Prediction #1: Developments in Artificial Intelligence Through the Growth of Big Data/Analytics Technologies Will Likely Boost Personalization in eGovernment Services

Prediction #2: Over 80% of APEJ Governments Will Invest in Collaborative Ecosystems for Collective Intelligence and Crowd-Sourcing Initiatives

Driving Critical Government Innovation in IDC's 3rd Platform Era of Technological Change

Prediction #3: Central APEJ Governments Will Leverage the Cloud as a Means to Further Whole-of-Government (WoG) Agendas in Cost Savings and Operational Efficiencies Through Increased Cloud-Related IT Consolidation and Shared Services Initiatives

Prediction #4: The Lack of Manpower Skills, Knowledge, and Competencies to Exploit BDA Will Lead to Greater Spending by APEJ Governments to Improve Domestic BDA Know-How and Use Patterns

Prediction #5: Combating Mobile Security, Threats, Privacy, Liability, and Data Loss Will Be Key Focuses for APEJ Mobile Government Service Implementations

Prediction #6: Bidirectional Feedback Rather than Just One-Way Broadcast Communication Channels Will Assist APEJ Governments to Derive Real Value in Social Investments

Innovating Boldly for Sustained Future Relevance and Competitive Advantage

Prediction #7: Driven by National Development Agendas for Future Sustainability, 10-15% of APEJ Governments Will Likely Realize "Stage 2: Opportunistic" Smart Cities' Milestones as defined by IDC Government Insights' Smart City Maturity Model

Prediction #8: From Connected Technologies to Connected Workforce to Connected Operations, The Internet-of-Things and Smart Machines Will Boost Operations of Critical Infrastructure

Prediction #9: Network and Web Security, Data Loss Prevention, and Identity and Access Management Challenges Will Feature New Security and Risk Mitigation Techniques with APEJ Governments Seeking to Redress National Paranoia over Increasingly Complex Threat Landscapes

Prediction #10: Infonomics Will Potentially Rise in APEJ Governments, Managing the Value of Information Assets

Essential Guidance

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Figure: Designing Tomorrow's Governments -- An Overview

Figure: Conceptual Model of an AI-based Personalization System-Enabled by Big Data/Analytics Technologies

Figure: Four Dimensions of Opportunities for Collaborative eGovernment Initiatives

Figure: The Evolution of Smart Government IT

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