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  • 1. for  everyone  Profitable  Business   who  believes  Opportuni2es     in;   social,   global,  local   Mobile,   convergence ,  and  cloud  
  • 2. 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  
  • 3. The  Future  of  Digital  
  • 4. When  was  the  2me;  technology  jargon  ever  let  us  live  alone  
  • 5. 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  
  • 6. Let  there  be  the  element  of  Social  
  • 7. Companies  that  care  will  really  maVer   more  
  • 8. Companies  that  care  will  really  maVer   more  
  • 9. Let  there  be  the  aspect  of  social   media  
  • 10. Search   Social  TV   Internet  Computer   Mobile  Online   Offline  Social  Media   Business  Media  Fragmenta=on   Aggrega=on  
  • 11. Social  Media  Tools  for  Business  
  • 12. Master  the  art  of  business  process  management  
  • 13. Rethinking  the  future  of  workplace  
  • 14. The  future  of  workplace  
  • 15. Jobs  in  2020  
  • 16. Master  the  art  of  hyper   convergence  
  • 17. Fundamental  changes  in  how  we  live,  work,  communicate,  buy,  sell  and  do   business  
  • 18. Fundamental  changes  in  how  we  live,  work,  communicate,  buy,  sell  and  do   business  
  • 19. Master  the  big  Idea  the  meaning   from  big  data  
  • 20. “Efficiency  is  the  mother  of  consump2on”  
  • 21. Big  data  goes  to  work   Interac2ve  analy2cs  The  birth  of  data  scien2st     designed  for  just  in  2me   Only  machine  learning   Apps  and  mobile  devices   can  drive  the  scale   are  richest  source  of   consumer  data  
  • 22. It’s  no  more  a  new  thing  Internet   of  Things  
  • 23. 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."  
  • 24. 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.  
  • 25. 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.  
  • 26. 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.  
  • 27. 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.”  

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