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To Cloud or not to Cloud By Sue Brown

  1. 1. To Cloud … or not to Cloud Making SharePoint Work May 2014
  2. 2. 2014 CORPORATE PRESENTATION 30% 37% Coating Solutions High Performance Materials Sales by segment* Arkema in a snapshot Industrial Specialties 33% 41% 34% Sales by region* 25% Europe Asia and Row North America 2 Global producer of specialty chemicals Sales of € 6.1 bn* Worldwide no1 to no3 on 90% of our portfolio 14,000 employees in 40 countries 90 industrial plants 10 research centers * 2013 figures
  3. 3. 2014 CORPORATE PRESENTATION 34% 41% HIGH GROWTH COUNTRIES of sales North America 26 production sites 2 R&D centers 2,600 employees Broad and balanced geographical reach Europe 46 production sites 6 R&D centers 8,600 employees Asia 14 production sites 2 R&D centers 2,400 employees RoW 4 production sites 400 employees 3 of sales 20% of sales5% of sales
  5. 5. 2014 CORPORATE PRESENTATION Microsoft loves the cloud… “We'll still obviously continue to have a server release, but we really recommend moving to the cloud for the best experience overall.” “We've doubled down on the cloud, and we're investing heavily in taking the cost savings that come to us through economies of scale and passing them on to our customers. “ “We had about half the team working on enabling the underlying infrastructure at SharePoint to work in the cloud. Our goal was very simple: To build the largest-scale enterprise cloud service in the industry. To be able to take the billion Office users and be able to run the full back end services in the cloud with Office 365. “ (Jeff Teper, SharePoint Conference 2012 Keynote)
  6. 6. 2014 CORPORATE PRESENTATION …but what about companies (as of 9/13)?
  10. 10. 2014 CORPORATE PRESENTATION More Advantages of the Cloud A professionally managed data center with 24x7 support and advanced network security and intrusion detection No need to worry about network and server hardware and software Rapid provisioning with little or no upfront costs for hardware and software Identity management for external users, multiple security options On-demand scale-out to meet variable capacity demands
  11. 11. 2014 CORPORATE PRESENTATION Reasons for and against SharePoint OnLine Why use it? Why not use it? Storage space Stay ahead of features Focus on the solution External access File size limitations Site collection limitations No server control Data residency / privacy issues
  12. 12. 2014 CORPORATE PRESENTATION of workers used an unsanctioned cloud service for document storage in the last 6 months 41% 87% $1.8 of these workers knew their company had policies forbidding such practices (billion) estimated annual cost to remedy the data loss New Mobile Survey Reveals 41% of Employees Are Deliberately Leaking Confidential Data According to a 2013 Forbes survey:
  13. 13. 2014 CORPORATE PRESENTATION BI – scorecards & dashboards BCS: Profile Pages BCS: Rich Client Integration Custom Site Definitions Custom Site Provisioning Full-Trust Solutions Alternate Access Mapping Analytics Platform Claims-Based Authentication Support Configuration Wizards Distribution Cache Host Header Site Collections Managed Accounts Patch Management Quota Templates Read Only Database Support Remote Blog Storage Request Management Request throttling Resource throttling SharePoint Health Analyzer Shredded Storage State Service Streamlined Central Administration System Status Notifications Unattached Content Database Recovery Upgrade evaluation site collections Usage Reporting and Logging …………………. No,  Features,  60 Yes,  Features,  157 Missing vs Available No Yes Available Features: 157 Missing Features: 60 What can’t SharePoint OnLine Do?
  14. 14. 2014 CORPORATE PRESENTATION The Pathway to the Cloud: The Microsoft View On‐Premises Cloud ServiceCoexistence Complete control and  ownership of hardware,  maintenance, resources,  and administration Migrate some capabilities to  SharePoint Online and access both  on premises and online sites with  the same domain credentials Microsoft will regularly deliver  new features and capabilities  to SharePoint Online Single signSingle sign‐‐on experience online and on premiseson experience online and on premises With  identity federation and directory synchronization With  identity federation and directory synchronization  HybridsHybrids
  15. 15. 2014 CORPORATE PRESENTATION Possible division of activities in a Hybrid Co-Existence Common workloads: • Business  Intelligence • Custom Composite  Apps/Forms • FAST Search • Integration • Internet Sites Common workloads: • Collaboration • Really Simple Internet  Sites • Content Management • Communities • MySites • SharePoint Search • Basic Composite  Apps/Forms   • Single Sign‐on provides access  to content online and on‐ premises • Employee accesses relevant  content online and on‐ premises depending on the  task they are performing • They cannot perform a unified  search across online/on  premise
  16. 16. 2014 CORPORATE PRESENTATION SharePoint 2013 Options SPF 2013 SPF 2013 SPF 2013 Free SPS 2013 Standard SPS 2013 Enterprise SharePoint OnLine Two Options: P1 = Standard $3 User/Month P2 = Enterprise $7 User/Month Licensing: USL per person User Subscription License (Arkema Users or External) Storage: 10 GB (Corporate) + 7 GB/person (SkyDrive Pro) + 500 MB per person then .20 cents/GB/month overage Licensing: CALs (Client Access License) Our choice: User or Device Based On Line On Premise Hybrid: • OnLine used to meet external access needs, advanced functionality • On Premise used to meet basic collaboration needs Features: FAST Search Search outside SP BCS BI CAL = $75/user or deviceIncludes SkyDrive Pro: Ability to synch Document Libraries for Offline Use; Does not include full My Site SharePoint OnLine
  17. 17. 2014 CORPORATE PRESENTATION Our Decision A hybrid cloud/on-premise solution for our entire SharePoint infrastructure is not practical for Arkema Recommendation 1. Migrate current Team Sites from WSS 3.0 to SPF 2013 2. Consider SPS 2013 or SharePoint On-line where: • The boundary of a project is well-defined • The requestor is willing to pay for additional functionality • External users will require access to the content