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IDC FutureScape:全球政府的預測 (2017年)

IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Utilities 2018 Predictions

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IDC FutureScape:全球政府的預測 (2017年) IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Utilities 2018 Predictions
出版日期: 2017年10月31日 內容資訊: 英文 18 Pages
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本報告使用IDC FutureScape模式,提供全球政府10大預測相關的系統性資訊。

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摘要整理

IDC FutureScape的預測

  • 外部的推動因素的摘要
  • 預測:對技術買主的影響
    • 預測1:2017年,40%的政府CIO辦公室將有能力採用領先的3D模型
    • 預測2:2017年,20%的政府機構將淘汰至少一個企業軟體,轉換為能夠整合多種供應商軟體模式的平台
    • 預測3:到2018年,只有20%的政府服務將透過融入以人為中心的設計思維的敏捷過程來進行設計和實行
    • 預測4:到2020年,25%的政府組織將推出影響網絡性能的認知解決方案,特別是在雲端部署上
    • 預測5:到2019年,15%的政府交易(如稅收,福利支出和移民控制)將具有內建式分析功能
    • 預測6:到2018年,10%的政府數位服務將使用機器人來 提供市民及企業可個人化的工作流程和管道
    • 預測7:到2020年,60%的國家將制定網絡安全政策,至少30%的國家更將鎖定官員級所用的網絡安全
    • 預測8:到2019年,國內擁有50%分類為IDC的智慧城市成熟度「Repeatable」以上的中/大規模都市的國家,國家數位化措施將取得成功
    • 預測9:政府的塊環鏈普及度,可在2017年的試驗計劃評估
    • 預測10:到2020年,國家將採用認知技術來將防禦和攻擊性網絡操作自動化,35%或更多的低級網絡活動將由認知系統處理

給技術買主的建議

外部的推動因素:詳細內容

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Product Code: EMEA41791517
This IDC study contains the outlook of IDC Energy Insights' analyst team for the worldwide utility industry for 2018, as well as the planning horizon for the next 24 months and beyond. The outlook is presented through the lens of the 10 predictions that make up, in IDC Energy Insights' view, the framework for IT and line-of-business (LOB) decision makers and influencers' technology-related initiatives in the year ahead (Figure 1). IDC Energy Insights' top 10 predictions for worldwide utilities for 2018 are:3D utility. By 2019, 85% of utilities in the G2000 will have established a new business unit with its own financing and governance, or a separate company, to speed up innovation and business transformation. Solar integration. Through 2020, solar - the fastest-growing form of distributed power globally - will drive distributed energy management system implementations and expansions of existing advanced distribution management systems by as much as 50%.Microgrids. Through 2020, emerging markets will offer the largest growth opportunity for microgrids, reducing the need for bulk transmission systems and creating new revenue streams for up to 25% of utilities worldwide in the form of microgrid as a service (MaaS).Electric vehicle (EV). With electric vehicles expected to increase 150% in the next three years, the number of electricity utilities with business units for emobility services will have doubled by 2021.Blockchain. By 2021, 50% of gas and electricity utilities that are currently piloting distributed ledger technologies (DLTs) will move to commercial deployment in at least one of the following use cases: peer-to-peer energy exchange, emobility, and data integrity and protection.Future of Work (FoW). By 2020, 25% of utilities will have moved from traditional talent sourcing strategies and models to virtual, borderless, and task-oriented approaches, integrating online communities and platforms to acquire skills and temporary staff.Asset performance management (APM). By 2019, 75% of gas, water, and electricity utilities will be using some form of APM to manage critical operational assets, leading to an improvement of up to 10% in operational performance.Drones. By 2020, 50% of all electricity transmission and distribution utilities will be using drones to evaluate service lines, thus reducing asset and inspection costs and achieving savings of up to 5% and 30%, respectively.Customer experience (CX). In 2018, in targeting millennials, gas and electricity suppliers will dedicate 50% of their customer-experience-related IT budgets to digital channels, product marketplaces, and personalized services, leading to gains of up to 2 points in their Customer Effort Scores.IT/OT security. By 2019, driven by executive-board focus, 30% of utilities worldwide will have modified their security approaches, abandoning "perimeter defense" in favor of a resiliency-oriented model, which integrates IT and OT, cybersecurity and physical security, and data protection and privacy."Utilities across the world have embraced transformation. The pace varies according to local market conditions. Nevertheless, all of them need to handle a diverse workforce, remove silos of innovation, and scale up new initiatives," said Roberta Bigliani, vice president, IDC Energy Insights.

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Executive Summary

IDC FutureScape Predictions

  • Summary of External Drivers
  • Predictions: Impact on Technology Buyers
    • Prediction 1: By 2019, 85% of Utilities in the G2000 Will Have Established a New Business Unit with Its Own Financing and Governance, or a Separate Company, to Speed Up Innovation and Business Transformation
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 2: Through 2020, Solar - The Fastest-Growing Form of Distributed Power Globally - Will Drive Distributed Energy Management System Implementations and Expansions of Existing Advanced Distribution Management Systems by as Much as 50%
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 3: Through 2020, Emerging Markets Will Offer the Largest Growth Opportunity for Microgrids, Reducing the Need for Bulk Transmission Systems and Creating New Revenue Streams for Up to 25% of Utilities Worldwide in the Form of Microgrids as a Service
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 4: With Electric Vehicles Expected to Increase 150% in the Next Three Years, the Number of Electricity Utilities with Business Units for eMobility Services Will Have Doubled by 2021
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 5: By 2021, 50% of Gas and Electricity Utilities That Are Currently Piloting Distributed Ledger Technologies Will Move to Commercial Deployment in at Least One of the Following Use Cases: Peer-to-Peer Energy Exchange, eMobility, and Data Integrity and Protection
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 6: By 2020, 25% of Utilities Will Have Moved from Traditional Talent Sourcing Strategies and Models to Virtual, Borderless, and Task-Oriented Approaches, Integrating Online Communities and Platforms to Acquire Skills and Temporary Staff
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 7: By 2019, 75% of Gas, Water, and Electricity Utilities Will Be Using Some Form of Asset Performance Management to Manage Critical Operational Assets, Leading to an Improvement of Up to 10% in Operational Performance
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 8: By 2020, 50% of All Electricity Transmission and Distribution Utilities Will Be Using Drones to Evaluate Service Lines, Thus Reducing Asset and Inspection Costs and Achieving Savings of Up to 5% and 30%, Respectively
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 9: In 2018, in Targeting Millennials, Gas and Electricity Suppliers Will Dedicate 50% of Their Customer Experience-Related IT Budgets to Digital Channels, Product Marketplaces, and Personalized Services, Leading to Gains of Up to 2 Points in Their Customer Effort Scores
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 10: By 2019, Driven by Executive-Board Focus, 30% of Utilities Worldwide Will Have Modified Their Security Approaches, Abandoning "Perimeter Defense" in Favor of a Resiliency-Oriented Model, Which Integrates IT and OT, Cybersecurity and Physical Security, and Data Protection and Privacy
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance

Advice for Technology Buyers

External Drivers: Detail

  • Accelerating DX: Technology-Centric Transformation Altering Business and Society
  • Pace of Change: Technology Capabilities Enable Sustainable Change at the Speed of Digital Business
  • Human vs. Machine: The Impact of AI and Automation
  • Sense, Compute, Actuate: The New Data-Centric Paradigm
  • Cyberthreats: Theft, Ransom, Cyberattacks on the Rise
  • Shifting Economics: Changing Value Structures and the Rise of Digital Capital
  • The Future Workforce: Global Demand for Digital Talent

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