The UK government may miss its cloud computing targets because of a lack of enthusiasm from public sector IT staff, a new report has found. The G-Cloud plan calls for 50% of new government IT spending to move to cloud computing services by 2015. A government "app store" called CloudStore was launched in February to offer such services to the public sector. G-Cloud aims to reduce government IT costs by £200m per year.
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