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Microsoft järjesti CityNext –lanseeraustilaisuuden 28.10.2013.

Microsoft järjesti CityNext –lanseeraustilaisuuden 28.10.2013.

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  • Consider incorporating stats from the slide into your talking track.  ---As we look across what is happening in the technology industry today and the many conversations that our account teams have had with Public Sector IT leaders around the world, four megatrends are evident. These trends not only represent what is most important to our customers today, but what we feel are likely to be the dominant forces of change in the coming decade.The proliferation of new device types, along with the connectivity of the cloud, is making us more mobileand changing the way we work and play. As technology becomes more immersive, we also expect it to help us develop more personal and social connections with colleagues and constituents.The connectivity the cloud offers is changing what we expect from technology. With an always-on connection, apps can provide innovative new services with instant scalability and attractive economics.While business intelligence (BI) has been important for a great number of years, the explosion in connected devices and apps is generating an exponential growth in data and the need to get better insights from “big data.”At Microsoft we’re directly witnessing and experiencing these megatrends, but we’re not alone in our belief of their importance. According to IDC, “In 2012, the ICT industry's shift to its third major platform of growth — built on mobile, cloud, social, and big data technologies — will accelerate.” In contrast to what they refer to as the first (mainframe) and second (PC/server) platforms, they estimate that by 2020, “…enterprises’ highest-value leverage of IT will be driven by these third-platform technologies as well as an explosion of new solutions built on the new platform and rapidly expanding consumption of all of the above in emerging markets.”  These 4 megatrends, particularly when taken in tandem, provide enormous opportunities for citiesto rethink and evolve how they operate and serve their citizens
  • Option to condense slides 3-6 into a single slide.Today I’d like to talk about:Key challenges facing today’s healthcare organizations;Several paradigm-shifting IT trends that are changing the way many organizations deliver care;How providers, insurers, patients, and communities can better work together through technology and best practices to make a real impact on the quality of patient care.YouIn every area of the Health ecosystem, organizations that develop, deliver, and pay for Health products and services are increasingly challenged to accomplish what we call the triple aim of effective healthcare:Improved quality of careBetter access for more patientsLower the cost of care (while maintaining high quality, and better access). IT TrendsFurther complicating this landscape is the rising tide of technology that is carrying health organizations into new and uncharted territories. These new technological trends include:An explosion of dataCloud computingBring Your Own Device, which is the phenomenon of healthcare professionals bringing their personal devices from for work purposes, though it presents challenges of inconsistency, manageability issues and information security risks for many IT departments.Real Impact Microsoft believes that making a real impact on improving care requires more than just technology—it requires intuitive and pervasive collaboration; reliable ways of storing, retrieving and analyzing diverse sources of medical data; and enabling care providers to perform at their best. It involves harnessing the power of the latest technological innovations toward meeting your goals of improving quality of care, making better use of your current resources, and bringing healthcare access to the patients who need it most.We believe that connecting individuals, institutions, and systems that make up the complex fragmented ecosystem of healthcare delivery is our number one job. Through the breadth of our offerings and our open, ecosystem/partner-driven approach: We help connect across a world of experiences and devices and do so in a way that is open to new device types from our partners and competition, and that also redefines how we interact with systems using touch, gesture, and speech.We help connect old systems with new technology and cloud computing, and allow customers to make that move at a pace that matches their needs—as well as the local laws and regulations on patient data privacy and security. This includes connecting information and communication technology (ICT) with the health organization’s strategy to deliver ICT services that can quickly adapt to the changing needs of the health organization.Finally, we help connect industry leaders and policymakers and build knowledge and community through our unique position and growing experience in solving real-world problems.We help healthcare providers to realize real impact, directly and through our partnerships, across an array of solution areas that target some of the primary challenges facing healthcare providers today, all of which have underlying scenarios that answer customer-specific issues.
  • By adopting a People First approach and strategic partnerships, cities can enable self-sustaining cycles of innovation, opportunity, and progress for years to come. We want to partner with you. Microsoft is uniquely equipped to enable this People First approach because no other company offers as broad a portfolio of technologies, a vast and diverse network of partners worldwide, and a history of successful education and social programs which, combined, help cities address their challenges. The result is a city that can compete on the world stage as a top place to live, work, and play. Can you imagine what’s next for your city?
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    • 1. Technologian megatrendit Teknologia tarjoaa kaupungeille uusia mahdollisuuksia kasvaa ja kukoistaa Mobiliteetti Sosiaalinen media Pilviteknologia Big data
    • 2. Lisääntynyt tiedon määrä Vaatimukset Pilviratkaisut Vaikuttavuus Yhteentoimivat laitteet ja yhtenäinen käyttökokemus Parempi laatu Omien laitteiden käyttö Parempi käytettävyys Uuden teknologian hyödyntäminen Alhaisemmat kustannukset Yhteistoiminta yli koko arvoketjun Teknologia
    • 3. Verkkokokoukset säästävät aikaa ja matkakustannuksia • Ei matkustamista kokouksiin • Ei pitkiä päiviä matkustamisen takia • Matkustuskielto • Esimerkillä johtaminen – omat kokoukset Lyncillä • Etätyösopimus h / päivä lync-puheluita (seinäkelloaika, ei puheluiden keston summa) Lync-puhelun keskim. kesto (min) Lync-kokousten lkm / päivä Keskim. osallistujien lkm / lync call matkustavia henkilöitä / lync-kokous työpäiviä / vuosi Lync-käyttäjien lkm Koko henkilökunnan määrä 266 30 532 5 2 220 3200 6600 h min kpl hlöä hlöä pv/v hlöä hlöä Puhelun hinta €/min SÄÄSTÖ puhelinkuluissa (€/pv) 0,1 133 €/h €/pv keskim. matkan hinta keskim kokouksia / matka 150 €/kokous 2 keskim. matkan pituus (km) / kokous km-korvaus (€/km) SÄÄSTÖ matkakustannuksissa (€/pv) 200 km 0,48 €/km 102 144 € / päivä keskim. matka-aika (h) keskim. palkkakustannus / h (€) SÄÄSTÖ palkkakustannuksissa 5 h 30 €/h 159 600 € / päivä SÄÄSTÖ / PÄIVÄ (€) 261 877 € / päivä SÄÄSTÖ / VUOSI (€) 57 612 940 € / vuosi
    • 4. matkatyötä tekevien määrä työpäivän pituus Työpäivien määrä vuodessa keskimääräinen matka-aika päivässä, esim. käynti toimistolla työpäivän aluksi ja lopuksi (lasketaan työaikaan) keskim. palkkakustannus / h (€) SÄÄSTÖ palkkakustannuksissa SÄÄSTÖ HENKILÖINÄ SÄÄSTÖ HENKILÖINÄ (sama työ pienemmällä henkilömäärällä) HYÖTY PALVELUTASONA (mitä henkilömäärän lisäystä säästö vastaa) SÄÄSTÖ / VUOSI (€) (sama työ pienemmällä henkilömäärällä) Etätyösopimus Mobiililaitteet ja -sovellukset 100 7,5 220 hlöä h pv/vuosi 1 h / päivä 30 €/h 3 000 € / päivä 13 % % 86,7 henkilöä 15,4 henkilöä 660 000 € / vuosi
    • 5. Avokonttori Ei henkilökohtaisia työpisteitä Etätyösopimus Henkilömäärä Tilaa / henkilö Vuokra (€/m2) Keskimäärin poissa toimistotilasta kk/vuosi SÄÄSTÖ €/kk SÄÄSTÖ €/vuosi 150 15 90 60 % 12 121 500 1 458 000 hlöä m2/hlö €/m2 poissa kk/v €/kk €/v
    • 6. C-Care Runtime Lifecycle Management (RLM)
    • 7. Energiaikkuna by Energiakolmio
    • 8. Mobiilikunta®
    • 9. Toimeentulotukihakemus mobiilisti
    • 10. Kunta BI
    • 11. Lifecare Kotihoito Windows Phone 8 –sovellus kotihoidon työtekijöille Lifecare Läsnä Windows Phone 8 -sovellus lasten ja henkilökunnan läsnäolon seurantaan ja raportointiin päivähoidossa
    • 12. Data parantaa bussin kulkua CASE Helsingin Bussiliikenne
    • 13. 8.00 Aamukahvit 8.00 Aamukahvi 8.45 Tervetuloa Hanna Nikkilä, johtaja, julkinen sektori, Microsoft 9.00 CityNext examples across Europe Jose Antonio Ondiviela Garcia, Microsoft Western Europe 9.30 The vision, focus and projects of the City of Barcelona in the context of Smart Cities Sr. Lluís Sanz i Marco, Director, IT Municipal Institute Barcelona Kahvitauko - Mobiilidemot, Microsoft Showroom 10.20 10.30 Kuntien ja kaupunkien kehittäminen Ari Rahkonen, toimitusjohtaja, Microsoft CASE: Digitaalinen Turku, parempaa johtamista tiedolla johtamisen kautta Jaakko Ståhlberg, kokonaisarkkitehti, Turun kaupunki 11.00 Keskustelua ja näkemyksiä CityNext-konseptista 11.30 Tilaisuus päättyy, mahdollisuus tutustua Microsoftin Kohtaamispaikkaan ja läsnätyöhön 17
    • 14. KIITOS!