ICT Trends,no more business as usual!Dr. ir Jan DevosUniversiteit Gent, Campus KortrijkGraaf Karel De Goedelaan 5BE-8500 K...
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2012 – 5 miljard toestellen…2020 – 20 miljard toestellenMeer mensen bezitten een Smartphone dan een toilet…  Jan Devos - F...
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Digitaliseringvan demaatschappij   AOG FEB – Jan Devos - 06/03/2012   Faculteit Ingenieurswetenschappen en Architectuur – ...
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Every day, we create2.5 quintillion (1018)bytes of dataThis data is big data(IBM)        AOG FEB – Jan Devos - 06/03/2012 ...
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WikipediaDelen van van foto’s (Flickr),muziek (iTunes, Spotify)film (YouTube)Anytime – Anywhere WIFIOpen Source Software c...
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AOG FEB – Jan Devos - 06/03/2012                                  pag. 24Faculteit Ingenieurswetenschappen en Architectuur...
Generation Y Financieel bewust: sparen voor    pensioen, pensioenvoordelen zijn belangrijk   Geen werkgever loyaliteit ...
 Computers zijn GEEN technologie Typen gaat sneller dan schrijven Geconnecteerd zijn is essentieel Geen geduld: nu! di...
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Welk businessis er nu vantoepassing ?
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Dank u !Jan Devos - Faculty of Engineering and Architecture – Campus Kortrijk   pag. 36
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  • EmergentCollectives? Wat zijn in godsnaam emergentcollectives? Vertaal betekent dit ‘emergente collectieven’ of spontaan aan de dag tredende groep. Beter is de analogie te gebruiken van een mierenkolonie.
  • The disruptive usage of Internet-related ICTs all have in common that the content is under control of the user. Even Mark Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of Facebook is now not in control of all the produced content on his platform. Although he stays in control of the whole Facebook platform; which is of course another issue to be concerned of. This makes the difference between an email system, which is merely an application and Facebook or Twitter which are social communities of people.
  • The spontaneous questions that comes up by most business managers is then: If we can’t control it will the absence of a centralized control mechanism than lead to anarchy and chaos? The answer is definitely no! Millions of people are using social media on a daily basis, in their job, at home and on the road. Although social media seems to have the power to change politics and government, as one could observe during the Arab spring last year, they do not aim at chaos. Chaos is merely a side-effect. And of course there are hackers who try to play their role in the piece, but their roles are extras.
  • Telecoms still struggle with ECs since they cannot control the broadband access due to WIFI. The walled gardens are under attack. Fundamentally there are two major ways to make money, generate more revenues than expenses (differentiator) or cut expenses below revenues (cost leadership). These models are grounded in the economic climate of the older ecosystems, with well-defined markets and centralized control of the businesses.
  • The response of large enterprises was always adding extra layers of complexity to their control systems to gain back control of a market. However this leads to complexity-driven organizations with large fixed costs. Somewhere this ever increasing organizational complexity must come to an end. The end is near when the additional complexity has a negative marginal value due to the law of diminishing returns. Indeed, current markets do not reward these complexities anymore, thus leading to a collapse of inflexible institutions.
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    1. 1. ICT Trends,no more business as usual!Dr. ir Jan DevosUniversiteit Gent, Campus KortrijkGraaf Karel De Goedelaan 5BE-8500 KORTRIJK - BELGIUMT: +32 56 24 12 72e-mail: jang.devos@ugent.belinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/jangdevosBlog: jangdevos.wordpress.orgtwiiter: @jangdevosJan Devos - Faculty of Engineering and Architecture – Campus Kortrijk pag. 1
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    6. 6. 20MBpsGDP ↑ Jan Devos - Faculty of Engineering and Architecture – Campus Kortrijk pag. 6
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    11. 11. 2012 – 5 miljard toestellen…2020 – 20 miljard toestellenMeer mensen bezitten een Smartphone dan een toilet… Jan Devos - Faculty of Engineering and Architecture – Campus Kortrijk pag. 11
    12. 12. Jan Devos - Faculty of Engineering and Architecture – Campus Kortrijk pag. 12
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    15. 15. Jan Devos - Faculty of Engineering and Architecture – Campus Kortrijk pag. 15
    16. 16. Digitaliseringvan demaatschappij AOG FEB – Jan Devos - 06/03/2012 Faculteit Ingenieurswetenschappen en Architectuur – Campus West
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    19. 19. Every day, we create2.5 quintillion (1018)bytes of dataThis data is big data(IBM) AOG FEB – Jan Devos - 06/03/2012 Faculteit Ingenieurswetenschappen en Architectuur – Campus West
    20. 20. AOG FEB – Jan Devos - 06/03/2012Faculteit Ingenieurswetenschappen en Architectuur – Campus West
    21. 21. Jan Devos - Faculty of Engineering and Architecture – Campus Kortrijk pag. 21
    22. 22. WikipediaDelen van van foto’s (Flickr),muziek (iTunes, Spotify)film (YouTube)Anytime – Anywhere WIFIOpen Source Software communitiesEduShock…
    23. 23. Jan Devos - Faculty of Engineering and Architecture – Campus Kortrijk pag. 23
    24. 24. AOG FEB – Jan Devos - 06/03/2012 pag. 24Faculteit Ingenieurswetenschappen en Architectuur – Campus West
    25. 25. Generation Y Financieel bewust: sparen voor pensioen, pensioenvoordelen zijn belangrijk Geen werkgever loyaliteit Niet geobsedeerd door werk Kwaliteit van het leven is belangrijk en gaat voor op de carrière Informele kleding (T-shirt, jeans, korte broek) Cultureel en raciaal zeer tolerant Voor homorechten en vrouwvriendelijk Jan Devos - Faculty of Engineering and Architecture – Campus Kortrijk pag. 25
    26. 26.  Computers zijn GEEN technologie Typen gaat sneller dan schrijven Geconnecteerd zijn is essentieel Geen geduld: nu! direct! onmiddellijk! Verbruik en creatie zijn versmolten Realiteit is geen realiteit Doen is belangrijker dan weten Leren is eerder spelen dan logische redeneren Multitasking is a way of life.Yan, S. (2006, December 8). Understanding generation Y. The Oberlin Review. Jan Devos - Faculty of Engineering and Architecture – Campus Kortrijk pag. 26
    27. 27. Jan Devos - Faculty of Engineering and Architecture – Campus Kortrijk pag. 27
    28. 28. Organisaties die hun ‘model’niet veranderen kunnen uit de markt geduwd worden AOG FEB – Jan Devos - 06/03/2012 pag. 28 Faculteit Ingenieurswetenschappen en Architectuur – Campus West
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    31. 31. De gebruikerbepaaltde inhoud Jan Devos - Faculty of Engineering and Architecture – Campus Kortrijk pag. 31
    32. 32. Centralecontrolewordtmoeilijk pag. 32
    33. 33. Thewalledgardens pag. 33
    34. 34. Welk businessis er nu vantoepassing ?
    35. 35. AOG FEB – Jan Devos - 06/03/2012Faculteit Ingenieurswetenschappen en Architectuur – Campus West
    36. 36. Dank u !Jan Devos - Faculty of Engineering and Architecture – Campus Kortrijk pag. 36
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