Almost seven years ago, the White House issued its 25-point Implementation Plan to Reform Federal IT, which mandated federal agencies to “evaluate safe, secure, cloud computing options before making any new IT investments.” The intent of this Cloud First mandate was “to accelerate the pace at which the government will realize the value of cloud computing.” The U.S. federal government seems poised to enter a new era of cloud computing after the last seven years of trial and error yielded important lessons learned and repeatable best practices. What about cloud is working or not working? Are federal agencies fully realizing the promised cost savings? How pervasive is cloud adoption? What workloads are agencies putting into the cloud? Download this market study to learn about the enterprise cloud trends that have emerged in the seven years since the Cloud First mandate.