for everyone Proﬁtable Business who believes Opportuni2es in; social, global, local Mobile, convergence , and cloud
The future trends • Cloud deployment of enterprise applica2ons instan2ates new economics • Always on has new extension – EVERYTHING ON • BPM tools needs to be more elas2c, non-‐ technical, on demand and more • SAAS is gone; PAAS is on (PlaOorm As A Services) • Social tools enhances collabora2on enhances engagement • Data is new oil; Big data is really like a ﬁre
When was the 2me; technology jargon ever let us live alone
Toxic Assump2ons the ri sk is Avo iding ing everyth I maVers End o f the day RO Remote shopping, while en2rely feasible, will ﬂop—because women like to get out of the house, like to handle merchandise, like to be able to change their minds. There is no reason anyone would want a – Time Magazine, 1966 computer in their home. -‐ Ken Olson, Digital Equipment Corp, 1977
Master the art of bootstrapping "When we talk about a smarter planet, you can say that it has two dimensions. One is to be more eﬃcient, be less destruc2ve, to connect diﬀerent aspects of life which do aﬀect each other in more conscience and deliberate and intelligent ways. But the other is also to generate fundamentally new insights, new ac2vity, new forms of social rela2ons. So you could look at the planet as an informa2on, crea2on and transmission system, and the universe was hearing its informa2on but we were not. But increasingly now we can, early days, baby steps days, but we can actually begin to hear the planet talking to us."
Controlling computers without 4 Things: touching them …Leap operates in three dimensions rather than two. Forget pinch-‐ to-‐zoom; imagine “push to scroll,” rota2ng your ﬂaVened hand to control the orienta2on of an object with a full six degrees of freedom, or using both hands at once to control either end of a bezier surface you’re casually sculp2ng as part of an object you’ll be sending to your 3D printer.
Fusing the real and the virtual 4 Things: Google Glass, car windshields from GM and Daimler Augmented reality (AR), as it’s known, is the way we’ll fuse the virtual and the real worlds, supplemen2ng the screens on our mobile devices with screens that know what we’re looking at and can superimpose anything a computer can display. The poten2al applica2ons are endless: Sooware that displays the names and bios of people we meet; turn-‐by-‐turn direc2ons that appear to ﬂoat in the air before us; glasses that superimpose ads on the world, or block real-‐world ads if we don’t want to see them.
The world’s most cost-‐eﬀec=ve energy 4 Things: storage LightSail LightSail sells its technology not merely as a way to store renewable energy for when it’s needed, but also as a way to displace a lot of the new power plants and electricity transmission infrastructure that the world has planned. The idea is that pupng aﬀordable energy storage exactly where it’s needed could eliminate spending on both, regardless of whether the energy is being produced by renewables.
Five billion people with internet access 4 Things: Jana, Jolla, Facebook, Datawind and countless Shenzhen manufacturers “We’ve never had the ability in our industry to reach ﬁve billion people with a computer and now we have the ability to do that. That’s big.”