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Cloud Computing "Risk Driver vs Value Driver" Two Sides of the Same Coin

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Presentation at BTF 2013: Cloud Computing in Action; 25-26 July 2013

Presentation at BTF 2013: Cloud Computing in Action; 25-26 July 2013

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  • 1. Cloud Computing "Risk Driver vs Value Driver" Two Sides of the Same Coin Dr. Thanachart Numnonda, Executive Director, IMC Institute
  • 2. 2 Hype or Real?
  • 3. 3 Current Technology that will shape Our Future
  • 4. The Internet of Things
  • 5. 5 Cloud! Anywhere, Anytime, Anydevice
  • 6. 6 Cloud Computing is already here!
  • 7. Smartphone shipment in Thailand 2013: 7.3 Million Unit [IDC] 50 Billion connected Devices by 2020 [IBSG] Worldwide spending on public IT cloud services is expected to approach $100 billion in 2016 [IDC] Cloud Comuting will create 7 million jobs over the next three years [IDC] Cloud Computing market in Thailand is expected to be 2,220-2,330 Baht In 2013 [Kasikorn Research]
  • 8. Security concern on cloud-mobile eco?
  • 9. What is Cloud Computing?
  • 10. Cloud Computing change IT as electricity industry
  • 11. Comparison of Traditional Marketing solutions with Cloud Marketing.. Traditional Marketing Solution (on Premise) Cloud Marketing (as a Service)
  • 12. Source : http://acloudyplace.com/
  • 13. Source : รอบรู้เรื่อง Cloud: http://thumbsup.in.th/
  • 14. Impact! § It's not just a platform change. § Software companies can't charge the same amount. § It's changing your world. 15
  • 15. Amazon Web Services
  • 16. Microsoft Azure
  • 17. 20 Many enterprises in Thailand using Salesforce, including som e banks Google Apps have been used in many large enterprises especially a education sector. Many Thai software companies host their software on Amazon or Azure.
  • 18. What about security in public clouds?
  • 19. Should we consider a private cloud?
  • 20. Advantage and Disadvantage § Cost Efficient § Almost Unlimited Resource § Backup and Recovery § Scalability and Performance § Easy Access to Systems § Quick Deployment § Technical Issue § Security in Cloud § Increased Vulnerability § Dependency and vendor lock-in § Limited control & flexibility
  • 21. Infrastructor Providers IaaS Providers PaaS Providers SaaS Providers Cloud community Gov. Agency Thailand Cloud EcoSystem
  • 22. Cloud Maturity Level
  • 23. Cloud Computing Trends § Private Clouds: The hype is over. Expect deployments to increase significantly in 2013. § Public Clouds: Competitors wishing to compete against Amazon in IaaS market must differentiate their services somehow. § Local Clouds: Some clouds need to be managed at the local level in country (e.g. Finance & HR). § Cloud Security: IT departments need to stay on top of this. Expect the market for Cloud Security Services to grow thanks in part to growth of BYOD. § Impact on Role of CIO and IT Staff: CIOs need to secure, manage, and govern cloud services. Gartner sees a new role - Cloud Brokerage Services 26 Source: HorizonWatching Trend Report
  • 24. Where are we now?
  • 25. Thank You www.bangkoktechnologyforum.com www.facebook.com/imcinstitute www.slideshare.net/imcinstitute

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