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My Presentation at Barcamp London 2006 about hte issues with online apps and "In the Loop", which is an idea I'm seek to collaborate with some developers on to build.

My Presentation at Barcamp London 2006 about hte issues with online apps and "In the Loop", which is an idea I'm seek to collaborate with some developers on to build.

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  • 1. Trust & “In the Loop” John Wilson, Folio Partners “ Backing Great Ideas with Money & Management”
  • 2. Who am I
    • Male, married, 2 kids, 38yrs
    • Partner at Private Equity Firm
    • Career spent in capital markets
    • Harmonise tech & business
    • Passion is finding problems for solutions
    • www.greatapps.blogspot.com
    • [email_address]
  • 3. Agenda
    • Trust
    • Online Services v the “Enterprise”
    • “ In the Loop”
  • 4. Trust
    • Who will you share your details with?
    • Who will you transact with?
    • Who will you trust your personal data to?
    • Whose recommendations do you believe?
    • Will you still love me tomorrow?
  • 5. Online services v the Enterprise
  • 6. State of play for online services
    • Online service for this purpose means
      • Delivered via the internet
      • By third party
      • Any solution or service
    • General acceptance it will be mainstream for business and consumers at some point in the future
    • BUT Online services have made limited impact in the corporate world to date
    • Main take-up has been SMEs and consumer
    • Some renegade take-up in corporates e.g. Salesforce
  • 7. Why have online services failed in the corporate market
    • Fear
      • Reliability
        • Connectivity
        • Provider
      • Security
      • Accountability
        • Service provider
        • Decision maker [bleeding edge]
      • Control over service provider
      • Interoperability
      • “ Lock in”
    • Awareness
    • Priority
  • 8. Opportunity
    • Gartner blah blah blah …… Big opportunity
    • Benefits offered to the corporates
      • Financial
        • People, Licences, hardware, space
      • Service features & upgrades
      • Accessibility & Disaster Recovery
      • Access to specialists
    • Services can be niche [“Long Tail”!!]
  • 9. SO?
    • “ What” or “Who” will provide the tipping point?
  • 10. “ In the Loop”
  • 11. “ In the Loop”
    • Who do we trust
      • Family
      • Friends
      • Colleagues
      • “ Brands” [companies & people]
      • Venture Capitalists
    • Recommendations from these people carry most weight, to varying degrees of reliance
  • 12. What is “In the Loop”?
    • In the Loop exists as a concept and aims to provides a mechanism to discover new things, passively recommended by those we trust
    • It utilises collective intelligence to identify commonalities amongst our “circle of trust”
  • 13. “ In the Loop” Me My “Circle of Trust”
  • 14. In the Loop
    • Examples of potential applications
      • OPML feeds
      • Linked in
      • Networking events [mashup, london geek, web Wednesday, beermat,
      • Toptable restaurants + Pubs
      • Books
      • Music
      • Websites
      • ……… .
    • Could operate on a disclosed or undisclosed basis
  • 15. My questions
    • Can it be done?
    • What does it need to work?