Eighty per cent of councils still primarily rely on on-premise IT because of 'legacy IT hangover'

Sooraj Shah
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Holding on to legacy technology is holding back digital transformation in local government, claim Eduserv and Socitm

Four fifths of councils are still relying primarily on on-premise IT, despite an increase of cloud services used in local government. Socitm, the society for IT and digital leaders in government...

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