Public-sector organizations in the U.S. have relied on software solutions in maintaining secure virtual desktops for their remote workforce.
As a result, Software as a Service (Saas) service management will become more relevant, as information technology teams of government agencies find ways to improve safe access to cloud applications among remote employees. Companies like Meta SaaS see the potential for growth in the industry.
The healthcare sector in the U.S. greatly depends on computerized data for operations, although some hospitals have sought to balance a need for securing existing assets and managing new costs.
By using cloud-based services, public health care groups can heighten endpoint security and control expenses at the same time. This enhanced form of virtual security comes at a right time in the midst of the WannaCry ransomware attacks.
Aside from the healthcare industry, the Information Communication Technology (ICT) sector will require Saas service management and other cloud-computing tools for sustained growth.
The ICT industry will bank on new technologies and innovative solutions, as expansion opportunities are expected to amount $5.5 trillion by 2020, according to an International Data Corporation (IDC) study. It cited the industry’s dependence on modern tools and resources to achieve growth, amid the transition to cloud-based computing solutions.
IDC Vice President Stephen Minton said that cloud service providers account for an increasing proportion of all infrastructure hardware and software sales, which further illustrate the growing use of digital resources. By 2020, public cloud services are expected to generate more than $200 billion of annual revenue, according to Minton.
The use of cloud applications continues to grow not just in America’s public sector, but also for private businesses. For this reason, organizations should prioritize how to manage a secure IT network without compromising user experience and flexibility among their virtual workforce.