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What does Cloud Computing mean for ECM and SharePoint

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What Does Cloud Computing Mean for ECM and SharePoint?

Cloud Computing is getting a lot of attention lately. What does Cloud Computing mean for ECM professionals? Will Cloud Computing change the way SharePoint solutions are deployed and managed?

This session highlights some of the changes and challenges system administrators, end users and executives will need to deal with Cloud Computing.

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  • 1. What Does Cloud Computing Mean for ECM? For SharePoint? Jeff Shuey Director of Global Solutions Eastman Kodak Jeffrey.Shuey@Kodak.com M: +1 425 922 8056
  • 2. why. Microsoft tools are familiar
  • 3. What is Cloud Computing? SaaS, PaaS, IaaS Private Cloud Public Cloud Hybrid Cloud Utility Computing All of the Above?Jeff Shuey Twitter: @jshuey
  • 4. Does Cloud Computing involve?  Mobile  Desktop  Television & Game Consoles  Your Car  Your Refrigerator All of the Above?Jeff Shuey Twitter: @jshuey
  • 5. Steve BallmerMicrosoft CEOSeattle Times – June 30 2011
  • 6. What Can YOU do with a Cloud?What Can’t YOU do with a Cloud?  Can Clouds Compute?  Can you Plug into a Cloud?  Should there be a CLOUD button?Jeff Shuey Twitter: @jshuey
  • 7. How do you explain Cloud Computing? The Cloud Jeff Shuey Twitter: @jshuey *Picture used under Creative Common license
  • 8. Where do you do Cloud Computing? Your Place or Mine? Private Your Place or Mine? Public HybridJeff Shuey Twitter: @jshuey
  • 9. Jeff Shuey Twitter: @jshuey
  • 10. Who’s Who in the Zoo? 3 Big Buckets Services • Microsoft Hotmail • Microsoft Skydrive • WebExTechnology Platforms • Citrix Online  Amazon • AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile  Microsoft • Paypal  Google • Ebay  Oracle • iTunes • Pandora  SalesForce.com  SAP  Internal IT?  Yes … IT can host Traditional (& Non-Traditional) Hosters clouds. • RackSpace  They’ve probably • FP.web been doing it for years • CloudShareJeff Shuey Twitter: @jshuey
  • 11. (Some of) The PlayersJeff Shuey Twitter: @jshuey
  • 12. The Three Things See http://bit.ly/CloudSimple  Authentication  Storage  Processing Function Description (simple) Authentication Login / Logout Storage Remote & Always On Processing Remote & FlexibleJeff Shuey Twitter: @jshuey
  • 13. What does this mean for you? What is the impact of Cloud Computing on:  ECM / KM Professionals  Records Managers  Document Managers  Digital Asset ManagersJeff Shuey Twitter: @jshuey
  • 14. What do you need to know?  Technology  OnPrem --- Hybrid --- Hosted  Dedicated --- Multi-Tenancy  Legal Implications  Who Goes To Jail?  Education  IT Pro, Developer, LOBPro  Costs  Isn’t it Free?  Why you need to adopt Cloud Computing  Hint: Cost, Access, Scale & Digital NativesJeff Shuey Twitter: @jshuey
  • 15. What is Cloud Computing? Cloud computing means computing can be used as a service rather than a product $41 billion in 2011 to $241 billion in 2020 - ForresterJeff Shuey Twitter: @jshuey
  • 16. Is Cloud Computing Good Enough? In a true "Innovators Dilemma" fashion … though online apps are inferior, they have crucial advantages such as being free and ubiquitous, and are getting better every day.Jeff Shuey Twitter: @jshuey
  • 17. If the Government can trust a cloud …
  • 18. The Litmus Test Insert Vendor Name HereJeff Shuey Twitter: @jshuey
  • 19. Manage Expectations --- Be Prepared to Discuss  Security  3rd Parties will “touch” your data  Geographic Considerations  Reliability  There is NO SUCH THING as 100% uptime  Cost Spikes  Yes … You Will Pay as you go  1999 $150,000 per month. Today: $1500 per month Cloud Computing is: The worlds "first global utility.“Jeff Shuey Twitter: @jshuey ~ The Economist
  • 20. $6 per user $24per month
  • 21. MoreConfused than ever?
  • 22. Call to Action› Take the time to learn › Online & In-Person› Use What You’ve Got › But … Consider Options› Try Stuff› Ask your peers› Share what you know
  • 23. QuestionsJeff Shuey Twitter: @jshuey
  • 24. Contact Information Jeff Shuey Director, Global Solutions – Eastman Kodak Work: Jeffrey.Shuey@Kodak.com Personal: Jeff_Shuey@hotmail.com Mobile: +1 425 922 8056 Twitter: @jshuey SlideShare: http://www.slideshare.net/jeffshuey/ Web: kodak.com/go/sharepoint Find my Blog Posts Here: Kodak’s Grow Your Biz site - http://bit.ly/hDdnFl AIIM Capture Community - http://bit.ly/fYjWUY My personal blog - http://jshueywa.blogspot.com/Jeff Shuey Twitter: @jshuey