The strategic study • The new generation of cloud based on XaaS • Everything-as-a-Service • New sustainable cloud model for

The benefits of the deployment of the new generation of cloud based on Everything-as-a-Service can reach up to 222 billion euros of cumulative GDP in the five-year period 2021-2025 that will accompany an increase in average productivity of enterprises up to

To understand the actual state of digital transformation of enterprises and public administrations, two surveys were launched: a revolt to the entrepreneurial ecosystem of the network of The European House

The survey was accompanied by a series of confidential interviews involving more than 12 national and international actors to investigate using homes and identify concretely the benefits enabled by the XaaS model.

The two instruments have revealed some elements to be given particular attention, such as the inadequate level of skills, the prevailing adoption of basic cloud solutions and the inadequacy of ICT sourcing models and public budget rules currently in use in the

At the same time, seven key elements of the new generation of XaaS-based cCloud, Everything-as-a-Service, have emerged which will help companies to adopt digital tools more effectively, e.g. more flexibility and more flexibility.

To facilitate digital transformation of businesses and public administrations, enabled by the use of new generation cloud solutions, it is essential to identify solutions to the obstacles that are currently in place.

For the purpose of the Strategic Study, it contains policy proposals aimed at both public actors • to overcome current public budget constraints and other regulatory aspects that currently limit the adoption of cloud solutions, based on a pay-as-you-

Data driver: Italy ninth in Europe

In an increasingly data-driven future, the digitisation of businesses, public administrations and citizens plays a key role in enabling the competitiveness of the country-system. In this respect, an indicator has been developed which has highlighted the digitisation of the country-system based on the level of adoption of digital tools • connectivity, cloud, artificial intelligence and industrial ro

The results of the indicator place Italy in ninth place in Europe but in the first place among the main benchmark countries , Spain is in eleventh place, Germany in fifteenth place and France in seventeenth place. Although positive as a result, we must also consider the critical elements of the Italian business system, including: skills considered unfit to govern the digital transition, the wide adoption of basic digital tools by most companies (especially small and medium-sized) and managerial difficulties

The road to be followed is still a long one for the public administration. Consider that: only 21.8% of offices have already hired a Digital Transition Manager; only 16.2% of the PA today has a programme to update the skills of its employees; 62% of all computer devices in use in public administrations are over 5 years old The survey of The European House • Ambrosetti has revealed additional obstacles, for example, to the ICT infrastructure sourcing model deemed not adequate to meet the digitalisation needs of the Public Administration or public accounting and public balance sheet models

XaaS cloud is worth 2.3% productivity

The deployment of the new generation of clouds, based on Everything-as-a-Service, will enable productivity gains of up to 2.3% for companies that can use new, more advanced and up-to-date ICT infrastructures.

From this it will be possible to generate an increase of the GDP up to 222 billion euros in the next five years and a direct cumulative impact for the ICT supply chain pairs to 1,3 billion euros of new revenues.

Moreover, for the Public Administration, the use of cloud solutions based on Everything-as-a-Service will generate a cost savings of over 650 million euros, equivalent to a 25% reduction in ICT costs. The optimization of data management and the creation of data exchange ecosystems within the Public Administration will allow to apply the principle • Once Only • reducing the number of data requests by 90% by the Public Administration and optimizing access to services and

XaaS cloud is sovereign

In addition, in the next generation cloud, data is not subject to American legislation, also known as Clarifying Lawful Overseas Use of Data (Cloud) Act. HPE is very concerned about the security of its customers’ data and, with its services, the data is safe from possible requests for access from the US authorities. In fact, in the solution, customers never lose control of their data, which always remains in their possession, while HPE has neither the possibility nor the right to access such data.

To reach the full potential of the new model, the new generation of clouds, based on Everything-as-a-Service, is therefore of utmost importance to address and address with policy proposals the factors that today appear to be obstructive to the digitization of Publics T

The European House • Ambrosetti and Hewlett Packard Enterprise believe that public administrations need to adopt a new sourceing model based on logic •as-a-Service •. At the same time, it is essential to promote the adoption of the most advanced cloud solutions within Italian companies, to establish… training obligations on technologies and the use of digital for employees of enterprises, as well as the safety at work, and to create new jobs.

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