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Convergence of End-point Devices - Dell World 2011

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    Convergence of End-point Devices - Dell World 2011 Convergence of End-point Devices - Dell World 2011 Presentation Transcript

    • Convergence ofEnd-point DevicesChristian Childs
    • In 2011, the first 2011 College Graduatesstudents to grow-up with the 2011Internet will be Android 2009 Collegecollege grads Twitter 2006 High Facebook School 2003 Google .com bust 2000 6th Grade .com boom 1997 3rd Grade Yahoo Netscape 1994 Kindergarten AOL 1989 Born 3
    • The mobile Web explosionComputing cycle characteristics: 1960 – 2020 1,000,000 Mobile Internet 100,000 Desktop 10,000 Internet 10B (?)Devices 1,000 PC 1B 100 100M Minicomputer 10 10M Mainframe 1 1M Source: Vinod Khosla Note: PC installed base reached 100MM in 1993, cellphone / Internet users reached 1B in 2002 / 2005 respectively; Source: ITU, Mark Lipacis, Morgan Stanley Research. 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2020 4 LE Marketing
    • Users with different needs & multiple device types are entering your organization Access & Mobile connectivity DurabilityCompute power Compliance Innovation Empowered New business models ChoiceFlexibility Social media 5
    • Embracing new computemodels is about business,not technologyCEO/Organization CIO and IT Staff Employees• Improve productivity • Improve data security • Attractive / flexible across the for a mobile workforce work environment organization • Redirect IT’s role to • Improved productivity• Improve employee innovation satisfaction • Broader device choice • Simplify IT deployment and OS flexibility• Improve talent and management acquisition & • Improved ability to retention • Improve IT process & innovate & collaborate policy adherence 6
    • With change comesorganizational challenges: Managing technology Managing people • Device, OS and application • Meet the needs of end users integration and management • Cultural changes • Secure data from data center • Determine what devices best to device suit end-user needs • New virtualization & cloud computing architectures • Implement more flexible work schedules, KPIs • Identify and manage all end • Talent acquisition tied to IT points tools and devices for • Automating device lifecycle workforce management 7
    • Manageconsumerization Outside-in approach Focus on immediate integration of outside devices and offerings Create guest networks, VPN access Multiple tools, multiple management interfaces 8
    • Ownconsumerization Inside-out approach Develop a deeper understanding of end users, roles and needs Map to technology interaction, data access and device usage Enhance with professional tools with consumer appeal 9
    • Own consumerization across user, device and solution experiences • Devices designed for specific usage and adaptable to evolving workforce • Seamless experience across multiple devices, operating systems and business-curated applications • Tailored solutions that span from the device to the data center and cloud, • Optimized for workforce productivity and IT control 101 Confidential
    • Dell Clients: Dell LatitudeEvolving with and XPSend-user needs Professional tools withEnabling you to do more consumer appeal; thin,than ever before powerful, durable, manageable, and secure 3 Billion people will Tablets, connect electronically via smartphones & mobile or Internet technology by 2014.2 ruggedized devices Engineered for the flexibility to compute wherever work or life takes youConnected Data security andClassroom, managementVirtual Labs & MobileClinical Computing Protect data from data center to end point andSolutions tuned to specific more intuitive data andsegment usage and needs device management 11
    • Dell delivers a full portfolio ofmobility solutions Mobile Device Connecting mobile devices to enterprise resources Management enabling IT to remotely manage and secureTelecom Expense Delivering an end-to-end best practice approach to Management management of voice, data, wireless and VOIP spend Custom Rapid-application development on newly emerging mobility devices like Application phones and tablets with multi-platform, multi-carrier enablement Development Application Deploy with Dell Mobility Application Platform (DMAP) and mobilize Management business applications across any user, device and location — on any network or platform Securing email solutions for enterprise customers on both personal Security & and corporate owned devices as well as virtualization for any screen Compliance secure access 12
    • Manage access to the mobile device Personal Mixed Corporate Individual choice Information security • Devices remain personal • Password protected • Untouched by enterprise • Remote wipe • Data encryption • Supports justification • Secure data at rest for shared expense Personal Business • Device consolidation Data Data Corporate access • Take advantage of the • Email, attachments, PIM latest technology • Intranet • Document repositories • Corporate IM • LOB Applications Audio/Video Email Conference Contacts Voice Mail Calendar IM & SN Enterprise Document Telephony Sharing 13
    • Dell Desktop Virtualization solutionsminimize risk, empower end users Best practices implementation Integrated solution • Pre-configured, pre-testedFeasibility Discovery Blueprint Design & Operate & data center architecture Assessment Implement Manage • Reduces deployment time • Removes the burden of design and configuration – delivering Flexible delivery models a right-sized, scalable solution • Thousands of hours of You manage Dell manages integration testing • Same infrastructure, on-site or through the cloud • Includes implementation Customer Custom Managed Managed Cloud services and ProSupport Open standards 14
    • Dell is seeing the benefit from our ownConnected Workplace strategy* • 50% of Dell employees are remote / flex • Reduced $10M in facility costs in 2011 – on track to save $24.5M in 2012 • VOIP at HQ to reduce costs • Achieved >66% reduction in apps under management from >8900 to <2800 • 130,000+ PCs on Windows 7 − Reduced imaging time by 50% − Reduced support costs by 25% − Improved security * Internal Dell numbers 15
    • Dell IT mobile user classes • Executives & customer-facing Tier 1 • Fully-managed by Dell IT Dell-owned • Highest level of network & app access mobile devices • Cost paid directly by Dell • BB, iOS, or Android device owned and Tier 2 paid for by employee Registered • Users must be approved and devices must be registered employee-owned devices • Limited network and application access, limited support Tier 3 • Unsupported employee-owned Unregistered • Very limited access – mostly corporate SaaS applications over employee-owned devices public Internet (i.e. SFDC) 16
    • What are your formal policies forpersonally owned vs. corporate Idea owned devices? exchange How do you manage all of your sessionend-point devices today? How do we want to do it in the future? How can we better help? Enterprise Mobility Solutions
    • Please take a moment and providefeedback on this session.www.dellworld.com/feedbackThank you for attending.
    • Thank you! 19