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Capturing the New Normal
Technology for Tomorrow
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More IT
Flexibility
Work More
Efficiently
Work More
Effectively
Borderless
Networks
Less Cost,
Lower Risk
Logicalis
Serv...
3
Ready for the New Normal?
4
What is Changing?
MOBILITY GENERATIONAL SHIFT THINGS
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Where we
work from
Devices we
use
Tools we
depend on
How content
is delivered
Collaboration: Tomorrow’s Workplace
Adopti...
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Generations : Different Manifestations
Take what IT provides
Entrenched technology preferences
Technology
Apathy
Technol...
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x44 growth in data by 2020
x67 growth in data objects by 2020
Apps
Desktops
& Servers
Personal
Data
Business
Data
Big Da...
9
2003 - 2008 2008 - 2009
Previous
steady state
Recession and
credit crisis
New Normal
IT budget
and resources
Business
IT...
10
Strategic Steps
How do you address the New Normal?
Tactical Steps
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The Data Centre
 Effectively deliver applications to any
device
 Secure data in private and public
clouds
 Rapidly s...
12
A Multi-Dimensional Effort
Compute Storage Virtualisation Implementation
FlexPod + Logicalis Support
“One Number Suppor...
13
Deploy an Agile Infrastructure
NAC
MDM
WiFi
WiFi
Centralised Apps & Data
Tactical
14
Adopt Virtual Workspaces
Persistent Sessions
Central Data Storage
No Local Data or Apps
Apps and content become platfor...
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Tactical Steps Strategic Steps
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Strategic Outsourcing
Core
Differentiation
Context
Table Stakes
MissionCriticalNon-MissionCritical
Introduce
Scale Main...
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Strategic Outsourcing
Complementary
Skills deficiency
Economies of Scale
Efficiency / Location
Supplemental
Emerging & ...
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Choose What’s Important CORE
Light & Dark Data
Knowledge Bases
Critical Business Applications
Mission critical operatio...
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Build BuyHybrid
The Fundamental Decision
Strategic
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The Role of Cloud
2003 - 2008 2008 - 2009
Previous
steady state
Recession and
credit crisis
New Normal
IT budget
and re...
21
Cloud is a Business Model
On-Premise
DIY
On-Premise
Managed
Hosted
Managed
Shared
Managed
OPEX
(xaaS)
OPEX
(lease)
CAPE...
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Challenge : Weave together into a cohesive , secure, business enabled solution
Cloud is Changing the New IT Landscape
E...
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Challenge : Weave together into a cohesive , secure, business enabled solution
Cloud is Changing the New IT Landscape
E...
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How Does The New Normal Affect You?
Virtual Private Data Centres
Mobility Enablement
Virtual Workspaces
Backup, DR & Re...
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Are you ready for "The New Normal" - where new technologies are disrupting traditional business models and changing how we communicate and work. What does this mean for IT Depts and how can you address this proactively?

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  • Here today to talk to you about The New Normal
  • Notes:The traditional workplace is transforming to one that is characterised by employees using mobile devices, working from remote locations and expecting the corporate IT experience to match their experience at homeNew technologies are disrupting traditional business models and changing how we communicate and workOrganisations that are not embracing a new way of working and communicating risk  not just impacting productivity but the ability to recruit and retain the next generation of employees.The Logicalis Virtual Workspace offers a new virtual workspace model that enables Bring Your Own Device policies and a more flexible way of working Some research:66% of staff will own a smartphone by 201540% will be mobile workers70% will use tablets or hybrids by 201850% of devices will be staff-owned by 2016
  • Generational Shift: From Apathy to PassionFrom Entrenched Preference to AcceptanceThe days of giving a 3 year laptop running Windows XP are goneThe days of staff not having expectations about what they use are goingAn increasingly informed, opinionated and assertive user exists and is more commonConsumerisation – they’re most likely more up to date than you
  • Generational Shift creates workstyle tension, underpinned by differing Perceptions of NeedIt’s the reason behind BYODStaff want to apply the same personal workflow for communication into the workplaceThey will complain if they don’t get itThey will invest or use personal devices
  • The change in how we work and collaborate – and a proliferation in devices – means increasing intelligence is required in the network to manage data and application access. Wired networks are rapidly being replaced by wireless. Video traffic is increasing exponentially. What this means is that data is set to explode. By 2020:30B permanently ‘things’ connected to the Internet200B intermittently connected.Things = machines, sensors, devices, appliances, vehicles.  Anything with intelligence; anything that controls, monitors or interacts.
  • Notes:Business value is not increased by how much IT the business has, but what services IT delivers.  The demand for IT services has increased, driven by business growth and new ways of working (desktop virtualisation and new mobile applications). At the same time, IT spending has been flat. This has placed most pressure on the data centre. Demand for more services with no increase in budget is the “new normal”, which is driving changes in data centre infrastructure. Today’s data centre and network infrastructure must be a highly provisioned and operationally efficient business assetLogicalis’ approach is to deliver both architectural and operational excellence whether it’s on-premise data infrastructure (private cloud) or public cloud infrastructureOur goal is to leverage the latest technologies from leading vendors as well as core virtualisation principles irrespective of platform or vendor, and to deliver these an on-premise, public or hybrid cloud model “The only thing really changing is the rate of change” – Peter Guber
  • There are both tactical and strategic steps you can take to address The New Normal, and ensure IT services meet business (and employee) expectations
  • The first is the data centre; you have to lift expectations and embed new attributes to cater to the demands of the New Normal
  • It’s a multi-dimensional effort: the first step is to bring together Compute, Storage, Virtualisation & Implementation to make it happen.The way we do this in data centres is with Cisco & NetApp’sFlexPod solution that we combine with Citrix or VMware virtualisation and our own capabilities into FlexOne – a singe support, single and integrated (yet multi-dimensional) data centre solution that provides those attributes.
  • The second step is to ensure an “aerodynamic” or agile infrastructure:Support corporate & non-corporate assetsAbsorb the fragmentation across platforms, OS’s and application ecosystemsSet policies and provide visibility and control of devices (using Mobile Device Management or MDM)Govern how device interact with your network and resources (Network Access Control or NAC)WiFi to support mobility – growing at 68% CAGR so the wireless network from 2 years is probably out of dateCentralise apps & data behind your security perimeter
  • The third step is the mechanism for the delivery – adopting virtual workspaces.Bring the applications, sessions and data back into your network; get them off the devices
  • Determining the “core” versus “context” activities is the first step to determining what should be outsourced
  • The focus is the activities or parts of your IT infrastructure which are “context” – that is, they do not provide differentiation.If these are mission-critical, they are ideal candidates for outsourcing (substituting in-house for external), for example a cloud service to deliver computing and storageFor non-mission critical activities which are non-core, look at wether these are necessary. Can they be phased out?
  • Our sophisticated Egg Yolk Modelling shows what are typically context activities – IT infrastructure is rarely core, and outsourcing can deliver the same (or better) service levels with reduced cost.
  • The decision to make; do you build or do you buy; or both?
  • Cloud is not about cheap computing but new ways of consumption, scale and massive parallelism
  • Are you after the shared infrastructure, or are you after the consumption model?Do you want the infrastructure, or the application?What control do you need; bleeding edge, or laggard?Do you want to control the lifecycle, or do you want your SP to control it?
  • Cloud is a key enabler of the new landscape which is emerging, with the ability to deliver existing or new applications to any device and enable greater agility in speed of deployment.
  • The link between IT and end-users is applications. Existing applications, new applications that will be developed to support new business value and the increasing emergence of SaaS apps in the business.And these applications will be sourced from existing data centers, as well as from external cloud services.And of course end-users will access these applications from a growing variety of devices. This creates the new IT landscape that must be addressed in the new world of cloud computing. An approach based on cloud computing promises new benefits to the business:A more flexible, and efficient infrastructure upon which the journey to IT agility will begin. A new generation of enterprise applications, which will represent the convergence of the type of end-user experience we see in the consumer world, with the requirements of the enterprise.And finally, a more empowered mobile workforce, which doesn’t compromise the security of corporate assets and data.
  • Use this slide as a transition into giving examples how companies are changing the way they deliver IT to meet business needs. The idea is to get them to start thinking about how they can utilize the services you will be reviewing in their business.
  • Capturing The New Normal

    1. 1. 1 Capturing the New Normal Technology for Tomorrow
    2. 2. 2 More IT Flexibility Work More Efficiently Work More Effectively Borderless Networks Less Cost, Lower Risk Logicalis Services Data Centre & Virtualisation Collaboration
    3. 3. 3 Ready for the New Normal?
    4. 4. 4 What is Changing? MOBILITY GENERATIONAL SHIFT THINGS
    5. 5. 5 Where we work from Devices we use Tools we depend on How content is delivered Collaboration: Tomorrow’s Workplace Adoption of outcomes-based culture Work is something you do, not a place you go
    6. 6. 6 Generations : Different Manifestations Take what IT provides Entrenched technology preferences Technology Apathy Technology Passion
    7. 7. 7
    8. 8. 8 x44 growth in data by 2020 x67 growth in data objects by 2020 Apps Desktops & Servers Personal Data Business Data Big Data VideoDevices 30B 200B Networking: Prepare for Scale
    9. 9. 9 2003 - 2008 2008 - 2009 Previous steady state Recession and credit crisis New Normal IT budget and resources Business IT demand Growing Demand - Delivery Gap Rate of Tech Change Projects Project Reach Business Tech Spend “New Normal” Enter the New Normal
    10. 10. 10 Strategic Steps How do you address the New Normal? Tactical Steps
    11. 11. 11 The Data Centre  Effectively deliver applications to any device  Secure data in private and public clouds  Rapidly scale to meet changing business demands  Automatic application & service provision  Increased budget efficiency; higher VM:Staff & GB:Staff ratios  Architected  Fully integrated  Single orchestration & management  Automated  Automatic configuration  Rapid deployment  Secure  Perimeter  Virtual Security between VM‟s  Storage Encryption  Flexible  Range of thick and thin computing  User needs for data access  Infrastructure integration intelligence EXPECTATIONS ATTRIBUTES Tactical
    12. 12. 12 A Multi-Dimensional Effort Compute Storage Virtualisation Implementation FlexPod + Logicalis Support “One Number Support” FlexOne by FlexPod Compute Storage Virtualisation Implementation Tactical
    13. 13. 13 Deploy an Agile Infrastructure NAC MDM WiFi WiFi Centralised Apps & Data Tactical
    14. 14. 14 Adopt Virtual Workspaces Persistent Sessions Central Data Storage No Local Data or Apps Apps and content become platform and device independent Tactical
    15. 15. 15 Tactical Steps Strategic Steps
    16. 16. 16 Strategic Outsourcing Core Differentiation Context Table Stakes MissionCriticalNon-MissionCritical Introduce Scale Maintain Divest Resource re-alignment Core becomes Context Strategic
    17. 17. 17 Strategic Outsourcing Complementary Skills deficiency Economies of Scale Efficiency / Location Supplemental Emerging & Important Strategic not Scale Lean Innovation Substitutional Little in-house value-add Easily externalised Tactical „check box‟ Migratory Diminished Relevance Exit Strategy Lifecycle Management Core Differentiation Context Table Stakes MissionCriticalNon-MissionCritical Strategic Focus Speed & Agility
    18. 18. 18 Choose What’s Important CORE Light & Dark Data Knowledge Bases Critical Business Applications Mission critical operations CONTEXT Desktops & SOE‟s Workflow Applications Email, IM, Social Collaboration Personal Data
    19. 19. 19 Build BuyHybrid The Fundamental Decision Strategic
    20. 20. 20 The Role of Cloud 2003 - 2008 2008 - 2009 Previous steady state Recession and credit crisis New Normal IT budget and resources Business IT demand “New Normal” Growing Demand - Delivery Gap Cloud Public Cloud Private Cloud IT Mgmt IaaS PaaS SaaS  Agility  Speed to Market  Cost Alignment  Compliance Strategic
    21. 21. 21 Cloud is a Business Model On-Premise DIY On-Premise Managed Hosted Managed Shared Managed OPEX (xaaS) OPEX (lease) CAPEX N/A N/A N/A Understand your Priorities and Objectives Strategic Dedicated Infrastructure Cloud
    22. 22. 22 Challenge : Weave together into a cohesive , secure, business enabled solution Cloud is Changing the New IT Landscape Existing Apps New Enterprise Apps SaaS Apps Existing datacenttres Public cloud Services
    23. 23. 23 Challenge : Weave together into a cohesive , secure, business enabled solution Cloud is Changing the New IT Landscape Existing Apps New Enterprise Apps SaaS Apps Existing datacenttres Public cloud ServicesEvolve the Infrastructure Modernise Application Development Re-Think End-User Computing
    24. 24. 24 How Does The New Normal Affect You? Virtual Private Data Centres Mobility Enablement Virtual Workspaces Backup, DR & Replication

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