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  • 70% of IT budgets (in the broad sense) go to reactive stuff and maintenance activities. Only 30% are addressing the Challenges of Today. There’s a systems problem, there’s a server down, my mail’s out of space, a virus is running rampant and buried IT resources, I can’t access the billing system. Then, the top executives, board and shareholders are concerned about a smarter business-intelligence and way of viewing all that data you have in the database,They want you to do more with less, (a/k/a cost-reduction and efficiency) AND, they’re concerned about compliance and risk mitigation.
  • This image lists the basic requirements for each capability to advance through the optimization levels.
  • Next slide: being able to evaluate the cost savings of the environment, that we’ve gone through and helped them understand the move from one pillar to the next what the potential financial impact would be. Next slide: a results (form) that describes the outcome of the IO assessment. The main point is to connect the products with the capabilities that they are wanting to improve.

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  • 1. STANDARDIZED
    BASIC
    RATIONALIZED
    DYNAMIC
    Taking the Core Infrastructure Optimization Journey
    Identity & Access Management
    Desktop, Device
    & Server Management
    Security & Networking
    Jessie L. Anderson III
    Strategic Engagement Manager
    Microsoft Corporation
    Data Protection
    & Recovery
    1
  • 2. Enterprise Challenges of Today
    TechnologyChange
    RegulatoryCompliance
    Competition
    Security
    Threats
    Poorly Integrated
    Solutions
    IT Service
    Management
    Heterogeneity
    End User
    Productivity
    CostReduction
  • 3. Linking Your Infrastructure to the Business
    Information technology fuelsprofitable revenue growth
    Companies in the top 25% of IT capability grew revenue 6.8% faster per year than their peers in the bottom 25% of IT capability.
    The firms in the top 25% of IT capability enjoy 23% higher revenue per employee than their peers in the bottom 25% of IT capability.
    Isolating the impact of all IT functions on Productivity shows that IT Infrastructure is a key determinant of superior productivity.
    Managers in firms that are supported by better information systems have significantly better insight into, and control over, key dimensions of their business.
    Firms with better IT havemore productive employees
    Robust IT infrastructure is akey driver of productivityand growth
    Information technologygives managers more insightand control
    Source: Enterprise IT Capabilities and Business Performance, Marco Iansiti, David Sarnoff Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School George Favaloro, Principal, Keystone Strategy, Inc-March 2006
  • 4. Application Platform Optimization Model
    Optimization Capabilities
    User Experience
    Business Intelligence
    STANDARDIZED
    BASIC
    ADVANCED
    DYNAMIC
    SOA and Business Process
    Data Management
    Development
    Key
    Enablers
    Business Productivity Infrastructure Optimization Model
    Unified Communications
    IT and Security Process
    Collaboration
    STANDARDIZED
    BASIC
    RATIONALIZED
    DYNAMIC
    Enterprise Content Management
    Enterprise Search
    Business Intelligence
    Core Infrastructure Optimization Model
    Identity and Access Management
    Desktop, Device, and Server Mgmt
    STANDARDIZED
    BASIC
    RATIONALIZED
    DYNAMIC
    Security and Networking
    Data Protection and Recovery
  • Capability Overview for Infrastructure
  • 11. Core Infrastructure Optimization ModelThe journey to enhance IT’s impact on the business
    Identity and Access Management
    Manage Identities and Access to Resources * Protect Identities
    Desktop, Device, and Server Management
    Manage Desktops and Mobile Devices * Deploy Applications
    Data Protection and Recovery
    Provide Backup * Protect Information * Recover Data Quickly
    Security and Networking
    Protect Information * Protect Infrastructure * Provide Access to Resources
  • 12. Uncoordinated,
    Manual
    Infrastructure
    Managed &
    Consolidated IT
    Infrastructure
    Fully
    Automated
    Management
    Managed IT
    Infrastructure
    Limited
    Knowledge
    Capture
    Extensive
    Knowledge
    Capture & Use
    Automated
    Knowledge
    Capture & Use
    Knowledge
    Not Captured
    Limited
    Automation
    Extensive
    Automation
    Dynamic
    Resource Usage
    Security Risk
    Business-linked
    SLAs
    Inefficient
    Infrastructure Optimization Model
  • 13. Best Practice Benefits: Cost Savings
    PC Configuration and Standardization
    $300
    Savings:
    $110
    Savings:
    $190
    Identity & Access Management
    $170
    Savings:
    $120
    Savings:
    $50
    PC Security
    $130
    Savings:
    $130
    Systems Management
    $230
    Savings:
    $110
    Savings:
    $120
  • 14. Average PCs Managed per IT FTE
    76
    172
    442
    Best Practice Benefits: IT Efficiency
    PCs
    600
    500
    400
    300
    200
    100
    0
  • 15. SP2
    Analysis of Business Value of Windows Vista
    Standardized
    Standardized
    Rationalized
    $470/PC
    $507/PC
    $200/PC
    $37/PC
    $277/PC
    Improved image management and deployment tools
    Improved security
    Improved reliability
    Improved diagnostics
    Advanced Group Policy
    Advanced data protection
    Better event viewing, tracking
    Standard Desktop Strategy
    Centrally Managed PC Settings and Configuration
    Comprehensive PC Security
  • 16. © 2006 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries.
    The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.