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Government & Public Sector

Government IT organizations are challenged by increased turbulence and declining budgets. This is forcing governments to optimize costs and ensure that services and operations can be sustained and transformed to meet evolving needs. Learn about the technology trends that will impact government IT organizations over the next several years. Gartner research offers guidance on the strategies and tactics government IT organizations can adopt to "do more with less."

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Cool Vendors in Government, 2014

This year's Cool Vendors offer government CIOs cloud-based solutions to improve services in the areas of social media communications management, community development, citizen engagement, open data and performance management.

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Top Predictions 2014: Gartner Predicts a Disruptive IT Future

Disruptions in IT have increased in frequency and impact over the past 20 years and are expected to continue growing. Enterprises are learning to build on past experiences and to chart a course to a more chaotic, yet valuable, IT future. This presentation examines Gartner's Top 10 predictions and how they will impact the strategy and direction of both IT and business.

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Hype Cycles

The wave of the future — or just hype? Gartner Hype Cycles show the difference. Use our Hype Cycles to get educated about the promise of an emerging technology within the context of your industry.

Magic Quadrants

Magic Quadrants and MarketScopes offer visual snapshots of a market's direction, maturity and participants. Which Vendors are leaders, visionaries, challengers or niche players?

Vendor Ratings

Gartner Vendor Ratings assess all the different aspects of a technology provider, such as its strategy, organization, products, technology, marketing, financials and support. Use Vendor Ratings to assess the technology providers in your industry.

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