Five technologies to see huge growth in US govt, group says

Wednesday Dec 9th 2009 by Staff

Five technologies, including the trendy cloud computing and old workhorse open-source software, will see huge adoption increases in the U.S. government over the next five years, largely driven by efforts to contain costs, according to an analyst firm.

In addition to cloud computing and open-source software, other technologies that will be hot in the U.S. government through 2014 include virtualization, service-oriented architecture and geospatial technologies, said Input, an analysis and consulting firm focused on government contracting. Input expects the U.S. government's technology spending to grow at about 3.5 percent a year from 2009 to 2014, said Deniece Peterson, manager of marketing analysis at Input.
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