Introduction to Microsoft Cloud Computing Offerings<br />Introduction to Microsoft Cloud Computing Offerings<br />David Wi...
FY10 Azure Overview Deck 4 of 4: Agenda<br />Industry - Microsoft’s Drivers<br />Competitive Trends<br />Industry Megatren...
Summary<br />
Offering: Capability                Enables<br />Multi-Channel Delivery<br />Microsoft Channels<br />- Connected Experienc...
Azure Roadmap<br />
Platform Differentiators<br />Enterprise 3.0  Offerings & Ecosystem<br />Flexibility - Cloud & Enterprise<br />Multi – Cha...
Extending & Evolving Our Offerings<br />Platform<br />Client<br />Service<br />Server<br />Brand<br />Software Vendor<br /...
Relationship<br />Software + Services<br />From “Doing Business” to “In Business”with our clients<br />
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Microsoft Software + Services Cloud Computing Overview. This 4th deck of 4 and it wraps up the Microsoft Online Services Platform summarizing the key take aways. Videos of these decks are viewable on youtube and vimeo

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  • Increases our offeringsBuilds on the strength and heritage of our platform and installed baseEvolves our brand and continues to make it multi-facetedNo other company can offer the holistic set of offerings and comprehensive understanding of innovative business solutions, we need to continue to emphasis this differentiator constantlyA brand is created by an organization, but it ultimately represents and in-&gt;out perspective of how the company views itself via marketing
  • Fy10 Software + Services Cloud Overview 4 of 4

    1. 1. Introduction to Microsoft Cloud Computing Offerings<br />Introduction to Microsoft Cloud Computing Offerings<br />David Williams<br />Strategy Advisor<br />Microsoft<br />
    2. 2. FY10 Azure Overview Deck 4 of 4: Agenda<br />Industry - Microsoft’s Drivers<br />Competitive Trends<br />Industry Megatrends<br />Enterprise 3.0<br />Microsoft Strategy - Overview of Azure<br />Azure Services Platform<br />Toolsets<br />MS On-line<br />MS Consumer Channels<br />Summary<br />
    3. 3. Summary<br />
    4. 4. Offering: Capability Enables<br />Multi-Channel Delivery<br />Microsoft Channels<br />- Connected Experiences<br />- Accessibility<br />Mobile<br />Phone<br />Web<br />Browser<br />Home<br />PC<br />TV<br />Media Cntr<br />3rd Party<br />Devices<br />Work<br />PC<br />Ever Increasing<br />Multi-channel delivery, Rich User Experiences<br />Microsoft Online<br />- Speed of BPA<br />- Savings of BPO<br />Office Comm Online<br />LiveMeeting<br />Online<br />SharePoint<br />Online<br />CRM<br />Online<br />Office<br />Online<br />Exchange<br />Online<br />RTW<br />Finished Service, Standardized or Dedicated, 3rd party<br />MicrosoftAzure Services Platform<br />Azure Developer Services<br />- Speed of Innovation<br />- Extend or Create Assets<br />.NET<br />Services<br />SharePoint<br />Services<br />CRM<br />Services<br />SQL<br />Services<br />Business<br />Services<br />Live<br />Services<br />CTP<br />Building Blocks, Speed of adoption of new capabilities, 3rd party <br />Microsoft Windows Azure<br />- Global Reach<br />- Economies of Scale<br />Storage<br />Services<br />Compute<br />Services<br />Facilities<br />Redundancy<br />Network<br />Connectivity<br />Manage<br />Services<br />Power<br />Efficiencies<br />CTP<br />Performance, Scale, Redundancy, Availability<br />
    5. 5. Azure Roadmap<br />
    6. 6. Platform Differentiators<br />Enterprise 3.0 Offerings & Ecosystem<br />Flexibility - Cloud & Enterprise<br />Multi – Channel & Devices<br />Toolsets and Skills Reuse<br />
    7. 7. Extending & Evolving Our Offerings<br />Platform<br />Client<br />Service<br />Server<br />Brand<br />Software Vendor<br />Enterprise Solutions Provider<br />Strategic Business Partner<br />Products<br />Collaboration<br />Productivity<br />Multi-Channel<br />Cloud Based<br />Tools<br />Applications<br />Integration<br />Advertising<br />Global Solutions<br />Support<br />Servers<br />Operations<br />Entertainment<br />Market Leader<br />Partners<br />Mobility<br />Virtualization<br />Media<br />Innovation<br />
    8. 8. Relationship<br />Software + Services<br />From “Doing Business” to “In Business”with our clients<br />
    9. 9. © 2008 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries.<br />The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.<br />

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