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Vertiv in E-Governance

Moving Towards a Smarter City

Future-Proofing the Cities of Tomorrow: Vertiv in E-Governance

Growing Criticality of Smart Cities

Smart cities is fast becoming one of the world’s most critical industries as more nations invest in technologies to improve the delivery of government services.
IDC estimates that spending for technologies that enable smart cities will grow to $135 billion in 2021. This includes investment in sensors, infrastructure to support big data, and other technologies.
Technology disruptions will impact transportation, law enforcement, and public safety, among others with greater focus on customer experience.

The Rise of the No-Collar Workforce

As technology adoption of big data, cloud computing and Internet of Things (IoT) matures, governments will turn to Artificial Intelligence (AI) and analytics in their technology initiatives.
These trends will enable the no-collar workforce – the increased use of cognitive assets, bots and other technologies to support the existing workforce.
Instead of replacing people, technology will augment the existing labor force in the drive to become a sustainable, hyperconnected society.

Security in Paramount

With increasing reliance on IT, spotlight will now turn to ensuring the integrity and security of personal data that’s being collected by different government agencies.
Investments on hardware and software protection against cybercrimes will become a priority.
Governments must rethink their strategy to include data sovereignty and protection as among their e-governance initiatives.

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