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  • 1. Mega Trends – 2011 and Beyond Anthony Wong, President Australian Computer Society 25 May 2010
  • 2. Factors influencing Mega Trends The world is changing in three important ways creating major future upside – a Smarter Planet The world is becoming more Instrumented By 2010, there will be some 30 billion RFID tags in use – up from 5 billion some 5 years ago The world is becoming more Interconnected With a trillion networked things—cars, roadways, pipelines, appliances, pharmaceuticals and even livestock - the amount of information created by those interactions grows exponentially All things are becoming more Intelligent Powerful systems and analytics can turn those mountains of data into smarter decisions and actions Matt English, Partner IBM Global Services and A/NZ Leader, Smarter Planet Initiative Mega Trends – 2011 and Beyond 25 May 2010 Anthony Wong – Australian Computer Society
  • 3. Mega Trends Implications (Opportunity & Risk) Mega Trends – 2011 and Beyond 25 May 2010 Anthony Wong – Australian Computer Society
  • 4. Is there a Silver Lining in every Cloud? Mega Trends – 2011 and Beyond 25 May 2010 Anthony Wong – Australian Computer Society
  • 5. Is there a Silver Lining in every Cloud? NAS SAN SAN NAS SAN SAN NAS SAN SAN LAN LAN LAN LAN LAN SAN LAN SAN SAN NAS LAN LAN LAN LAN LAN LAN LAN Shanghai Colombo Bangkok HK SingaporeTokyoMumbai Taiwan AucklandLos Angeles London Rome Frankfurt LAN LAN 1. Where are the Servers located? 2. Where is your Data? 3. Which laws and jurisdiction apply? 4. Which country is data coming from? 5. Which country is data Mega Trends – 2011 and Beyond going to? 25 May 2010 Anthony Wong – Australian Computer Society
  • 6. Cybercrime and Security Source: Published in The New Yorker July 5, 1993 by Peter Steiner Mega Trends – 2011 and Beyond 25 May 2010 Anthony Wong – Australian Computer Society
  • 7. Cyber Identity Mega Trends – 2011 and Beyond 25 May 2010 Anthony Wong – Australian Computer Society
  • 8. Security and Privacy In response to news that personal information from members profiles is being used: “We made mistakes”, says Facebook founder FACEBOOK founder Mark Zuckerberg says the social networking service made blunders that it hopes to fix with changes to its privacy controls. Source: SMH, 24 May 2010 Mega Trends – 2011 and Beyond 25 May 2010 Anthony Wong – Australian Computer Society
  • 9. Protection of Privacy = Regulation of Conflicting Interests • It is a balance of: – the individual's right to free speech and its converse, the right to personal privacy; – the state's and regulator’s rights to information to combat crime; – society's need for secure communications networks and secure infobase and its converse, access to freely available information; – government, business and the media to obtain, use and publish information; and – restricted access to commercial trade and government secrets Mega Trends – 2011 and Beyond 25 May 2010 Anthony Wong – Australian Computer Society
  • 10. Australian Context • National Broadband Network (NBN) • eHealth • Human Capital Mega Trends – 2011 and Beyond 25 May 2010 Anthony Wong – Australian Computer Society
  • 11. National Broadband Network • Ubiquitous high speed • Going to accelerate the 3 Mega Trends – Instrumented – Interconnected – Intelligent • It is the products and services over the NBN that will make the difference Mega Trends – 2011 and Beyond 25 May 2010 Anthony Wong – Australian Computer Society
  • 12. eHealth • Significant Government priority on eHealth records • Who owns the Data? – Data transferred across multiple providers – Stored in the cloud • Hosted offshore? • What if the provider goes bankrupt? • NEHTA is working hard on these issues Mega Trends – 2011 and Beyond 25 May 2010 Anthony Wong – Australian Computer Society
  • 13. Human Capital Mega Trends – 2011 and Beyond 25 May 2010 Anthony Wong – Australian Computer Society
  • 14. Conclusion Ability to collect, understand and use data Manipulation of data (both public and private Data) is crucial for business Cloud computing is changing traditional software and content licensing and pricing models Security, Cyber Identity and Privacy will continue to pose even greater challenges Ethical and Social implications of working and living online Mega Trends – 2011 and Beyond 25 May 2010 Anthony Wong – Australian Computer Society