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  • DonovanStart off by asking who has heard of cloud computing. Ask who feels confident they know what it means. It’s a buzzword with a lot of hype.Software as a Service is a software delivery model in which software and its associated data are hosted centrally (typically in the (Internet) cloud) and are typically accessed by users using a thin client, normally using a web browser over the Internet.Formerly known as Application Service Provider (ASP). Differences are significant but exist in the background. Both provide access to an application and it’s data to the end user.
  • DonovanCloud computing is the delivery of computing as a service rather than a product, whereby shared resources, software, and information are provided to computers and other devices as a utility (like the electricity grid) over a network (typically the Internet).Example: Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)The advantages to cloud computing are many. For example, a business or user doesn’t have to use up their storage for their data. Data can be accessed from anywhere, usually with nothing more than an internet connection and a web browser. Data is backed up and secured off-site, with redundancy in the event of failure that most users and even businesses cannot afford to maintain.
  • MikeThe Personal Cloud deemphasizes PCs in favor of mobile devices.
  • MikeThe Personal Cloud deemphasizes PCs in favor of mobile devices.
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  • MikeThe Personal Cloud deemphasizes PCs in favor of mobile devices.
  • MikePhoto sites are now routinely offering photo editing functionality. The offerings aren’t as powerful as something like Photoshop, but are more than sufficient for the average consumer. One more thing that used to require software on your desktop has moved to the cloud…
  • MikeThe Personal Cloud deemphasizes PCs in favor of mobile devices.
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  • DonovanCitrix
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  • DonovanPublic Services Website hosted at Squarespace.com Website photos and video via Flickr and YouTube eBooks via OverDrive Online catalog hosted by AquaBrowser Online book clubs via ChiliFresh Public PCs for accessing your personal cloud
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  • Staff Services Staff intranet hosted on WordPress.com ILS hosted as a Saas by SirsiDynix File storage and sharing with DropBox Document storage, creation, and collaboration via Google Docs Email, Calendars, and Contacts via Google Online reference via Skype Use Twitter and Facebook to keep up with each other and their patrons
  • DonovanNot Every Cloud Has a Silver LiningSecurity Awareness Epsilon Sony PlaystationLastPass Everyone is in the Cloud NowMicrosoft did not invent the cloud. Nor did IBM. Data Privacy and Control of Location Data Centers are located all over the globe. The laws where your data resides might not be what you’re used to. Reliance on Bandwidth (and plenty of it) Grove’s Law--telecommunication's bandwidth doubles only every century. How social are you feeling?DropboxSpotify
  • Mike You can’t rely on the cloud. Your data isn’t private! Who is in the know and what do they know about you? The Government / Corporation is coming for your data! The IT guys know you better than you realize…
  • MikeRisk vs gainComputers are just portals to the internetAnd it’s not just computers anymore…
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  • MikeRisk vs gainComputers are just portals to the internetAnd it’s not just computers anymore…

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  • Libraries in the Cloud
  • Cloud ComputingSoftware as a Service (SaaS)• Your vendor provides access to an application• Your vendor manages the physical infrastructure, Operating System,Applications, and Databases• Allows you to focus on using the application
  • Cloud ComputingSoftware as a Service (SaaS)• Your vendor provides access to an application• Your vendor manages the physical infrastructure, Operating System,Applications, and Databases• Allows you to focus on using the applicationCloud Computing• Your vendor provides physical infrastructure• You control your server(s) Operating System, Applications, and Databases• AKA Utility Computing• Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)
  • The Personal Cloud• Web 2.0 brings the power of the cloud to individuals and small organizations• Services tend to be free or low-cost• Learning curve tends to be shallow• Data is backed up more effectively• Makes data available from multiple devices and platforms• Tends to emphasize use of mobile devices• May require a lightweight front-end app
  • Mobile Devices and the Cloud• The cloud drives the success of mobile devices• Using the cloud with mobile devices• Mobile devices vs. PCs
  • Website Creation and Content Management• WordPress• Drupal• Confluence• PBWorks (formerly PBWiki)• and many more…
  • Website Hosting• Bluehost• Squarespace• Siteground• WordPress
  • Online Document Creation and Sharing• Google Docs• Office 365• Zoho• Gliffy• Scribd
  • Online Storage & Backup• Dropbox• SugarSync• Windows Live Skydrive• Ubuntu One• Carbonite• Comodo Backup
  • Music, Video, & Photos• Music • Spotify • Google Music Beta • Pandora• Video • YouTube • Ustream• Photos • Picasa • Flickr
  • Remote Access, Online Meetings, & Video Chat• GoToMeeting• TeamViewer• LogMeIn• Facetime• Google Talk• Skype• Yahoo Instant Messenger• Facebook• Meebo
  • Servers, ILS, & Library Services• Amazon S3• SirsiDynix• Other ILS Providers• Citrix• OverDrive• Hosted Discovery Layers
  • How is SELCO Using the Cloud?
  • How Do You Use the Cloud at Your Library?
  • Welcome to Cloud City Public Library!
  • Welcome to Cloud City Public Library!
  • Welcome to Cloud City Public Library!
  • Welcome to Cloud City Public Library!
  • Welcome to Cloud City Public Library!
  • Welcome to Cloud City Public Library!
  • Welcome to Cloud City Public Library!
  • Welcome to Cloud City Public Library!
  • Welcome to Cloud City Public Library! Welcome to Cloud City Public Library!
  • Welcome to Cloud City Public Library!
  • Welcome to Cloud City Public Library!
  • Libraries in the Cloud Welcome to Cloud City Public Library!
  • Welcome to Cloud City Public Library!
  • Not Every Cloud Has a Silver Lining• Security Awareness• Reliability and Loss of the IT Relationship• Everyone is in the Cloud Now• Data Privacy and Control of Location• Reliance on Bandwidth (and plenty of it)• How much access do you get?• How social are you feeling?
  • Dispelling the Hype• You can’t rely on the cloud.• Your data isn’t private!• It’s insecure!
  • Life Really is Better in the Cloud!
  • Learning More• Breeding, Marshall. "A Cloudy Forecast for Libraries." Computers in Libraries 31.7 (2011):32-34.• Carr, Nicholas G. The Big Switch: Rewiring the World, from Edison to Google. New York: W.W.Norton &, 2009.• Ullman, David & Blake Haggerty. “Embracing the Cloud: Six Ways to Look at the Shift toCloud Computing.” EDUCAUSE Quarterly 33.2• http://tiny.cc/librariesinthecloud
  • See You in the Cloud! Donovan Lambright Mike Flores Southeastern Libraries Cooperating Southeastern Libraries Cooperating (SELCO) (SELCO) @donovanlambrigh @mgflores76