The Death of the Traditional Enterprise Or the Rebirth of an IT department

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People are accustomed to using simple, flexible web-based tools to communicate with people in their social lives, and they want this ease of use to be available in the enterprise. Consumerizationof IT at work is happening. Is this the death of the traditional enterprise or the rebirth of IT?

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The Death of the Traditional Enterprise Or the Rebirth of an IT department

  1. 1. The Death of the Traditional Enterprise Or the Rebirth of an IT department Zuzanna Pasierbinska-Wilson, VP Marketing, Huddle @huddlesuz
  2. 2. Quick introduction Huddle is the leader in enterprise cloud collaboration and content management We help teams manage projects, files and people securely 85,000 businesses using Huddle in more than 180 countries Customers include Kia Motors, AKQA, HTC, Disney, Boots, P&G
  3. 3. People are accustomed to using simple,flexible web-based tools to communicate withpeople in their social lives, and they want this ease of use to be available in the enterprise.
  4. 4. If people have theability to buysoftware apps ontheir smartphonesthey will expect thesame power andsimplicity to beavailable in theworkplace.ABI Research has revealed thatnearly 8bn apps weredownloaded in 2010!
  5. 5. Consumerization of IT at work
  6. 6. Disconnect? What disconnect? Employers dont seem to know how many or what consumer technologies are in use in their workplace. Workers are dissatisfied with the level of support IT provides for consumer technologies. More than half of workers believe that can store personal data on the company network Even though 95% of employees use self- purchased technologies for work, 70% employers want to buy standardized technologies for them.
  7. 7. IT department is still stuck in a top-down command and control paradigmThere is a need for IT to get with the program andunderstand the world is going to be different and demand a much more transparent and agile method of IT delivery in the future (Accenture)
  8. 8. But it doesn’t have to be a battle… IT professionals need to balance the demands for flexibility and control
  9. 9. SaaS and ‘the cloud’ have come of age IT’s concerns about security, control, adoption and ROI are unfounded
  10. 10. This stuff works COST TO BUSINESSCOST TO BUSINESS SET UP COSTS Hardware, software, NO SET UP COSTS licensing, consultancy etc NUMBER OF USERS NUMBER OF USERS Traditional IT SaaS (h/t wikibon.org)
  11. 11. And integration? SaaS tools, such as Huddle, fullyintegrated with legacy systems like SharePoint and desktop tools like Microsoft Office
  12. 12. Hope for the enterprise in the unlikeliest of places
  13. 13. Your shopping list Are you ready?
  14. 14. Hosted email and apps
  15. 15. Collaboration and contentmanagement
  16. 16. CRM and ERP
  17. 17. Helpdesk
  18. 18. Billing, accounts and expenses
  19. 19. Backup / file management
  20. 20. Company communications
  21. 21. Common traits of cloud-basedtechnologies 1. They’re drop dead simple 2. They’re super fast to implement 3. Thanks to open API they will integrate 4. They’re actually pleasant to use!
  22. 22. Thank you.

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