ICT Spend in South Africa: Public Sector

How ICT is Transforming the Digital Future of the Public Sector


This research service provides an analysis of ICT spend by the public sector in South Africa. The objective of the study is to contextualize ICT investment within the sector across 7 categories: cellular connectivity, cloud services, data centres, fixed and non-cellular connectivity, IT hardware, managed services, and systems integration. The analysis includes an overview of the public sector, drivers and restraints, and technology trends driving investment in ICT, highlighting both the current and future spend from 2015 to 2019. The base year for analysis is 2014.

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This research service provides an analysis of ICT spend by the public sector in South Africa. The objective of the study is to contextualize ICT investment within the sector across 7 categories: cellular connectivity, cloud services, data centres, fixed and non-cellular connectivity, IT hardware, managed services, and systems integration. The analysis includes an overview of the public sector, drivers and restraints, and technology trends driving investment in ICT, highlighting both the current and future spend from 2015 to 2019. The base year for analysis is 2014.
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ICT Spend in South Africa: Public SectorExecutive SummaryKey Findings Research OverviewResearch OverviewResearch Aim and ObjectivesResearch ScopeResearch Scope (continued)Market DefinitionsMarket DefinitionsMarket Definitions (continued)Overview of the Public SectorGlobal Public Sector at a GlanceSouth Africa’s Public Sector at a GlanceOverview of the Public Sector Communication Value ChainOverview of the Public Sector Communication Value Chain (continued)Structure of the South African Public SectorStructure of the South African Public SectorStructure of the South African Public Sector: Source of Income and Budget DistributionICT in the Public SectorThe Impact of ICT in the EconomyOverview of ICT in the Public SectorOverview of ICT in the Public Sector (continued)ICT in the Public Sector Value Chain—Key TakeawaysKey Trends in eGovernmentKey Technologies Building Local eGovernmentICT Spend in the Public SectorOverview of Enterprise ICT Spend by SectorICT Spend in the Public SectorICT Spend in the Public Sector—5-year Forecast ICT Spend in the Public Sector—Key TakeawaysDriver and RestraintsMarket DriversMarket Drivers ExplainedMarket RestraintsMarket Restraints ExplainedThe Last WordThe Last WordLegal DisclaimerAppendixAbbreviationsAbbreviations (continued)Appendix 1: Structure of South Africa’s GovernmentAppendix 1: Structure of South Africa’s Government—National GovernmentAppendix 1: Structure of South Africa’s Government—National Government (continued)Appendix 1: Structure of South Africa’s Government—National Government (continued)Appendix 1: Structure of South Africa’s Government—Provincial GovernmentAppendix 1: Structure of South Africa’s Government—Provincial Government (continued)Appendix 1: Structure of South Africa’s Government—Local GovernmentAppendix 2: Government DepartmentsAppendix 3: Government Departments Grouped into ClustersICT Spend in South Africa by SectorThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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