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Head in the cloud, feet on the ground
Head in the cloud, feet on the ground
Head in the cloud, feet on the ground
Head in the cloud, feet on the ground
Head in the cloud, feet on the ground
Head in the cloud, feet on the ground
Head in the cloud, feet on the ground
Head in the cloud, feet on the ground
Head in the cloud, feet on the ground
Head in the cloud, feet on the ground
Head in the cloud, feet on the ground
Head in the cloud, feet on the ground
Head in the cloud, feet on the ground
Head in the cloud, feet on the ground
Head in the cloud, feet on the ground
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  • Title – with apologies to Stephen Heppell – Feet on the ground, eyes on the horizonFocus on moving quickly and supporting rapid transformation
  • Harris Federation SharePoint Portal used the ‘Tile’ approach to point users to various pieces of functionality which ranged from cloud based storage to full blown Ápps’like a digital library, sign up to enrichment clubs, eportfolios.
  • How is the cloud approach different to outsourcing or managed services – it’s the next step….
  • Groups or chains of schools/academies. Keeping IT costs down is not just about cheapest procurement of user hardware (desktops, tablets, laptops etc). The total cost of IT includes the servers systems, support and maintenance and onsite staff. Doing more for the same cost is imperative in the current climate, making savings when you go to scale is essential.
  • Needs an image in here………Talk through where IT in schools has ben and where it needs to go – allow people listening to reflect where their current ICT system sits and makes the case for further debate.
  • The web was developing rapidlyNew resources available by the dayWe discovered email………….was that a good thing Asynchronous collaboration is bornYou were either offline or online
  • Agility and low cost is driven by demandNew architectures are fast and cheap
  • Agility and low cost is driven by demandNew architectures are fast and cheap
  • Agility and low cost is driven by demandNew architectures are fast and cheapHow to you ensure that your onsite investment is leveraged going forwards, how do you ensure that you can access everything you need remotely as well as onsiteSingle sign on – thought about differently
  • Key MS software and how it all fists togetherWhat if Windows 8 and Windows Mobile 8 – probably the most significant shift in possibilities for a decade for how education can use ICT to support the learning, change and improvement agenda
  • his also fundamentally explains why customers like yourself consider Microsoft when it comes to your productivity solution. There are really three things that we believe separate Microsoft from every other competitor in this space, and why we think you should bet on Microsoft for productivity.1. We’re the only company that is focused on providing the best productivity experience across the PC, the phone, and the browser. Take any competitor in this space—some of them focus on the PC and they have no browser and no phone story. Some of them are completely browser-based. They have no rich client and they have no phone. We believe that your users, and you as users, really do want to use the PC, the phone, and the browser in your daily world. You want to be able to get to your email, no matter what device you’re using. You want to be able to get to your Office documents, no matter what device you’re using. And we’re making that possible with Office 2010, SharePoint 2010, Exchange 2010. We want you to be able to work on your documents, and when someone touches it in the browser, they don’t clobber all of the things that someone did in the rich client. We round-trip the Office documents from the PC, to the phone, to the browser, and back, and nobody else does that. Your investment in Office documents is huge; you do not want to lose that.We’ve also designed this so that we do things in the PC that are unique from the phone and the browser. We do things in the browser that are unique from the PC and the phone. And we do things on the phone that are unique from the PC and the browser. We haven’t just taken our long list of capabilities and turned a bunch of stuff off and stuck it in the browser. When you’re in the browser, you get unique value that the browser brings to you. When you’re on your mobile phone, you can take photos; we’ll automatically drop those photos into your OneNote digital notebook, and that gets synced up over the cloud, and people who are using their PCs and their browsers see those photos. We don’t have that capability on the PC. So, PC, phone, and browser—the best experience for each one of them.2. We give you the cloud on your terms. We don’t give you a technology ultimatum where you must move to the cloud to use our technology. We give it to you on your terms. What does that mean? It means that a customer like the Kentucky Department of Education can implement our cloud based messaging and collaboration solution to all of their users – students, educators and staff. And, other educational institutions, such as Middlesex university can choose a hybrid approach with students on cloud services and educators and staff remaining on an on-premises solution. And so you can have the cloud on your terms. We believe that is very, very important, and we’re dedicated to helping you think about how to use the cloud in the most effective way.3. Finally, the third reason we believe that you should bet on Microsoft is because we have the broadest vision for what productivity actually is. Productivity is not about desktop documents. It’s not about word processing and spreadsheets. That was twenty years ago. We believe modern productivity combines the things you see at the bottom of this slide in a very seamless experience.Search and Discover: 21st century enabled learning is no longer about lectures and textbook. The new model is about discovery and learning. Collaboration: It means great collaborationECM: It means enterprise class content management for your educational institution. Why do you have different publishing systems for your intranet, and your extranet, and your Internet? You want your users to have the office tools they’re familiar with and integrate those with your single enterprise content management system.Learning Analytics: We believe in self-service Learning Analytics. Our tools making it incredibly easy for you to visualize and share your information across your educational institution.UC: And of course we believe modern productivity means unified communications.No other company takes this broad of view of what productivity means.
  • Key MS software and how it all fists togetherWhat if Windows 8 and Windows Mobile 8 – probably the most significant shift in possibilities for a decade for how education can use ICT to support the learning, change and improvement agenda
  • Title – with apologies to Stephen Heppell – Feet on the ground, eyes on the horizonFocus on moving quickly and supporting rapid transformation
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    • 1. Jamess.penny@hotmail.co.uk
    • 2. http://portal.harris-net.org.uk/sites/my
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    • 11. Jamess.penny@hotmail.co.uk

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