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GCN : January 2014
GCN JANUARY 2014 • GCN.COM 19 What's ahead in 2014 for government FROM BRING YOUR OWN CLOUD TO AUTOMATED CYBERSECURITY AND ANALYTICS AT THE SPEED OF THOUGHT, 2014 IS THE YEAR EMERGING TECH REDEFINES THE GOVERNMENT ENTERPRISE. The year just past was loaded with challenges for the public-sector IT community. From the Boston Marathon bombings to the budget impasse to the HealthCare.gov fiasco, agency IT managers faced a steady state of technology threats and challenges. But the coming year will bring an even trickier set of threats and new advanced technologies that could force structural changes in the government enterprise. Placed against a backdrop of bring-your-own-cloud issues, automation of security and other enterprise services and rising demand for faster and more mainstream big data solutions, agency IT managers will have their hands full. Here are 10 predictions for how these and other IT developments will change the technology priorities for government IT managers in the coming year. IT?