Advances & Predictions for the Personal Cloud
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  • 1. Where to Next?: Advances and predictions for personal cloud computingAndrew YoungkinEmerging Technologies/Evaluation CoordinatorNN/LM-SE/AUniversity of Maryland, BaltimoreHealth Sciences & Human Services Library
  • 2. Objectives• Define „the cloud‟• Define personal cloud• Discuss: ▫ cloud types/models ▫ 10 popular end-user cloud-based apps ▫ current cloud trends ▫ projected cloud implications
  • 3. What is ‘The Cloud”• “storing and accessing data and programs over the Internet, instead of your computer‟s hard drive…the cloud is a metaphor for the Internet” (PC Magazine, 3/13/13)
  • 4. The Cloud
  • 5. The Cloud: A shift in how we compute• ( paradigm shift from desktop computing or server-client computing)
  • 6. Cloud Types• Private• Public• Community• Hybrid
  • 7. Cloud Service Models• Software as a Service (SaaS) ▫ End-Users• Platform as a Service (PaaS) ▫ Application Developers• Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) ▫ System Administrators
  • 8. Model examples
  • 9. Our Focus Today—Personal Cloud• SaaS—Software as a Service• Individuals/consumers (not businesses)• End-User driven• Public Cloud-based
  • 10. Personal Cloud Benefits:• Storage• Collaboration• Productivity• Cost savings*• Security*
  • 11. Personal Cloud Concerns/Risks• Security• Privacy• Ownership• Lack of Control• Cost
  • 12. The Cloud is….
  • 13. The Cloud is also….• Dropbox• Evernote• Google Drive/Docs• Microsoft SkyDrive• Hojoki• Adobe Creative• Screencast O Matic• Popplet• Wolfram Alpha• Medeley• VoiceThread
  • 14. DropBox
  • 15. Evernote
  • 16. Google Drive/Docs
  • 17. Microsoft SkyDrive/Office
  • 18. Hojoki
  • 19. Adobe Creative Cloud• http://www.adobe.com/products/creativecloud. html#nerolimedia_split_cc_overview- update_no_coming_soon_708x398-1300.mp4
  • 20. Screencast O Matic
  • 21. Popplet
  • 22. Mendeley
  • 23. Voicethread
  • 24. More Services• Bibliography Management ▫ Endnote Web• Assessment ▫ SurveyMonkey ▫ Doodle Poll ▫ Poll Anywhere• Mind-mapping ▫ Cacoo• Presentation ▫ Prezi ▫ Haiku Deck
  • 25. What’s next?• Predictions• Additional Trends to watch
  • 26. July 2012• Gartner
  • 27. 2013
  • 28. Pew Internet & American Life Project• 85% of U.S. adults own a cell phone, of those, 53% own smartphones• Mobile computing trends continue to rise: “nearly 2/3 of American adults connect to Web via smartphone, tablet computer, or on the go laptop”.• Estimated, in 2016, 10 billion Internet devices globally or about 1.4 devices per person, smartphone traffic to increase 50 times next 4 years
  • 29. Prediction: The new PC• Gartner predicts personal clouds will soon become the new „PC” (Forbes Tech 12/9/12) ▫ Where users store, access, personalize digital lives ▫ With personal cloud, shift away from client device—no single platform or vendor will dominate• Pew: “71% technology stakeholders & critics believe that in 2020, most people won‟t do work with software running on PC, but Internet based applications like Google Docs”.
  • 30. Prediction: ‘Internet of Things’ gainstraction• Everyday things have their own IP address, collecting, storing, organizing data• Gartner lists IOT as 1 of 10 top technologies in 2013 ▫ Pharmaceutical containers ▫ Smart posters ▫ Applicances ▫ Automobiles
  • 31. Prediction: Enhanced Personalizeddata/information• Niche, purpose-specific web-based applications—growing „applification‟• “The Quantified Self” --Personal data analytics• Home based „local‟ private clouds
  • 32. Prediction: Open learning will grow• MOOCs (Massively Open Online Courses) ▫ Khan Academy ▫ Coursera ▫ Udacity ▫ edX
  • 33. Prediction: Phrase:‘to the cloud’ willgo away• More specific terminology used• More discretion in putting it/all in the cloud• Companies to drop „cloud‟ from name• Hype cycle will show „healthier‟ trend line
  • 34. Take Aways• “The Cloud” is big, diverse, multi-leveled, widely purposed, and not a new concept• Personal cloud computing, consumer/end-user applications have benefits and risks• Personal cloud applications will likely increase in number, scope, and functionality as cloud computing continues to define how we access, use, and organize information• Stay informed…the cloud will continue to evolve
  • 35. ContactAndrew YoungkinUniversity of Maryland, BaltimoreHealth Sciences & Human Services LibraryNNLM, SE/A, Suite 508601 West Lombard StreetBaltimore, Maryland 21201800.338.7657 (in region)410.706.2855Email: ayoungki@hshsl.umaryland.eduSkype: andrew.yougkin1Blog: http://nnlm.gov/sea/newsletter/Web: www.nnlm.gov/sea