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    The power of cloud productivity chai wei pin chassasia The power of cloud productivity chai wei pin chassasia Presentation Transcript

    • Microsoft Solutions DayRiding the Next Wave of GrowthTrack 3: Business ProductivityBPOS/Office 365: The power of cloud productivityChai Wei Pin – Solution Architect, CHASSasia SingaporeMarch 25, 2011Singapore Slide 1
    • OFFICE 365 VIDEO PRESENTATION Slide 2
    • OFFICE 365 OVERVIEW Slide 3
    • THE FUTURE OF PRODUCTIVITY
    • ANNOUNCING MICROSOFT OFFICE 365 BRINGING TOGETHER CLOUD VERSIONS OF OUR MOST TRUSTED COMMUNICATIONS AND COLLABORATION PRODUCTS WITH THE LATEST VERSION OF OUR DESKTOP SUITE FOR BUSINESSES OF ALL SIZES. Slide 5
    • OFFICE 365 VALUE Instant messaging * Access from mobile devices depends on carrier network quality and availability.
    • OFFICE 365 VALUE * Access from mobile devices depends on carrier network quality and availability.
    • OFFICE 365 VALUE * Access from mobile devices depends on carrier network quality and availability
    • OFFICE 365 VALUE * Access from mobile devices depends on carrier network quality and availability
    • OFFICE 365 VALUE * Access from mobile devices depends on carrier network quality and availability
    • WHAT’S NEW IN OFFICE 365• • • • • • •• • • • •• • • • • • • •• • • • • • • Slide 11
    • USER SEGMENT: RIGHT FEATURES FORTHE RIGHT USERS Slide 12
    • PLANS FOR ALL YOUR EMPLOYEES Slide 13
    • OFFICE 365 ROADMAP • Limited Beta • New User Experience (End user and Admin) Limited Beta • Limited Offers (E3, K2, P1, Office Pro Plus) H2 2010 • Limited 7 Languages • Limited 13 Markets • General availability for new customers • Update to User ExperienceGeneral Availability • All Union Offers H2 2011 • 20 Languages • 38 markets (except Brazil and Chile) • BPOS customers transition period begin (3-6 Service Updates months after GA) (Post General Availability ) • Available in Brazil and Chile • Lync™ Online, SharePoint® Online, Exchange Online and platform feature updates Slide 14
    • WHAT DOES MOVING TO THE CLOUDMEAN?• Standardization • Single architecture • Limited configuration and customizations options• Deployment • Initial deploy is still required to migrate data to Office 365 • AD clean up and network upgrade is often required• Service Change • Balance between continuous innovations and minimize change • Customer controls IT policies but not feature availability• Privacy and Security Considerations • Understand your internal security and privacy requirements Slide 15
    • WHY MICROSOFT ?
    • CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE Slide 17
    • CUSTOMER BIO Bobby Jimenez, Chief Technology Officer Sindicatum Lee Siew Kit, Assistant Vice President - - Information Carbon Capital (“SCC”) Technology Services, SATS Ltd. Bobby joined SCC from the National University of Singapore with a Bachelor of Siew Kit graduated in 2008. As CTO, he is responsible for establishing the company’s technical vision and provides direction forHe joined Singapore Engineering (Electrical Engineering) (First Class) degree. all aspects of the company’s 1992 as an analyst programmer. thehis 15 years with SIA, implements Airlines in technology development within In organization. Bobby he took on technology initiatives in alignment with business strategy, integrates company different roles, like systems analyst, project manager, program manager and processes with the appropriate technologies, and maintains existing enterprise team manager. systems. He joined SATS, which was part of the SIA Group, in 2006 as Manager - IT Bobby was previously the director and co-founder of TipTop theacompany’s 2 to Services. As IT Head of SATS, he was responsible to manage IT, London based IT years IT Master Plan,from 2003 to 2008, prior to that he was and IT Systems 5 solutions company SATS Application Architecture Blueprint an Standards, Consultant at ElstreeProjects, and the Watford England (2000-2003) and Portfolio of SATS IT Computing in many vendors engaged to provide previously atservices like Data Center, End User Computing IT for 3 years and outsourced Lynx Computer Systems (1998-2000). He taught and Application received his BSc in Computer Science in 1995. Maintenance. When SATS acquired companies and expanded operations in the Region through acquisition and joint ventures, his scope of coverage extended to integrating these companies into the SATS Group infrastructure. Slide 18
    • CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE Slide 19
    • WHAT’S NEXT Slide 20
    • WHATS NEXT Slide 21
    • Slide 22
    • Q&A Slide 23