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  • Ez a legfontosabbtézisem, hogymiértmegkerülhetetlenmindenvállalatszámára a Web 2.0.Piacokon - Markets are conversations: történelmileg a piacokonazemberekmegtekintették, kitárgyalták a termékeket, árakat, minőségetésminderrőlvt is cseréltek. Az Internet jóvalnagyobbpiacrólkínáljóvalglobálisabbtársalgásilehetőséget. A társalgásnemcsakszóbeli, de értékelésselésviselkedéssel is kifejezhető.Kihallatszik- Korábbanezek a társalgásoksokkalkevésbélátszottak/ haltszottakkiéselszálltak a levegőben. (Ha mártúlvoltunkrajta, akkormegúsztuk.)1 kattintásra - Hyperlink vs. hierarchy Azinternetetátszövőhivatkozásirendszerekésazegykattintásnyitávolságlebontja a hagyományoserősorrendeketéshierarchiákat.
  • Tartalomlétrehozók, másoktartalmánakvagykapcsolatainakgyűjtői, véleményezők, csatlakozók, nézők, inaktívak.Különösfigyelmetkellszentelni a reklamálókraés a telefonon/emailentudakozókra, mertők a véleményformálók.Hogyanépíthetünk community-t a vállalkozásköré? Szakmaiklubbokkalpéldául.Az ember hasznostevékenységének 35 százalékamonetizálható, bárazarányfolyamatosannövekszik. A férfiakmunkavállalásánakértékétpénzbenkifejezzük. Ha elromlikazautónkéssegítvalakiazúton, aztnemfejezzükkipénzben, ha az assistance szolgálatothívjukki, az benne lesz a GDP-ben. A családonbelüligyermeknevelésitevékenységetnemszoktukpénzbeátszámolni, de ha babysittertkellhívni, akkorkifejezésrekerül. Azönkénteséshobbitevékenységekfontosabbaklehetnek a vállalatodnak mint a fizetettmunka.
  • Privacy – a jófreemailrendszeraz volt, amelyiktitokbantudtatartani a tagokat. Erre a tagokönkéntosztják meg magukatmásszájtokon!.Szimbiózisaz SNS-elNőkPrivate CRMMobile .- TöredékidőkhasznosításaSNS – keressünkmásokagyában – tudja-e valakiScifibenélünk, csaknemvesszükészreKözösségi szájtok információs bázisként is működhetnek „Tudja-e valaki...?” http://kereses.blog.hu/2010/08/24/a_twitter_mint_keresohttp://index.hu/tech/net/2011/01/18/ketmilliard_netezo_250_millio_weboldal/ Ázsia: 800M, Európa: 500M, É-Am.: 200M, Afrika 100MRészvényár becslés, ki tudja eltalálni?

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  • How has IT changed the business?Josef Bayerjoe@bayer.huwww.bayer.huLinkedin url:2011. 09. 20. IT timeline and business collaboration 1http://hu.linkedin.com/in/josefbayer
  • Introduction Qualysoft is a custom software development house for the financial sector and other multinational companies. I am head of R&D department being in charge for products like: Nebula Collaboration Tool, Infinica Docflow, Infinica Content Cruiser and Impulse Driver Kit. IT timeline and business collaboration 2
  • SummaryEvolution of the IT- Separated IT departments – mainframes & minis- Personal computers (standalone)- Networked Enterprise – PC at every desk- Cloud computing and PIM in every device (social networking era)Factors:- Business is created during conversation among business participants. IT has changed how we communicate.- Information technology made possible a more direct control of the business and a flat and dynamic structure.- The latest revolution is the relation-broker or business-networking portals which influences the life of those workers who make their living by trading with their contacts. IT timeline and business collaboration 3
  • Timeline of the IT IT timeline and business collaboration
  • Do the mathENIAC1946Mauchly and Eckertstats:3,000 cubic feet30 tons18,000 vacuum tubes70,000 resistors170 kilowatt power req.~1 kilobit memoryapproximate processing power oftoday’s singing birthday cardbut not a stored-program device Great description here: www.computinghistorymuseum.org/teaching/lectures/pptlectures/7b-eniac.ppt IT timeline and business collaboration
  • Punch card and censuspunch card,80 columns, to hold 80characters or numberspaper tape, also encodingcharacters with holes. For fun, go make images of punch cards that say anything you want: http://www.facade.com/legacy/punchcard IT timeline and business collaboration
  • MinicomputersDEC PDP-8TI 9801960’sThe internal architecture ofthe machine is exposed inthe controls. You can seethat the PDP-8 is an octalcomputer, with its switches inthree-bit configurations (ittakes three bits to count from0 to 7, for a total of 8numbers. Base 8. Octal. Getit?). The TI 980 is ahexadecimal machine, withswitches in groups of four.Using the switches, youprogram the machine oneword at a time (a wordbeing, say, two hexadecimalbytes for the TI). IT timeline and business collaboration
  • Batch processing - MainframeWhat you used to dopunch a deck of cards; takethe cards to a little window,hand them to the operator;she puts them in line witheveryone else’s jobs; when it’syour turn she puts your cardsin the hopper and pushes“RUN”; your program works orit doesn’t; an hour or twelvelater, you pick up your cardsand (hopefully) printout atthe same little window.What you do nowdouble-click an icon, seewhat happens immediately. IT timeline and business collaboration
  • Preparing punch cards business calculations and linear programmingAn important by-product:confetti. All the chaff from allthose cards was just great tothrow around the dorm. IT timeline and business collaboration
  • Online processing and graphic mostly for defense purposesSpacewarSteve Russel1962 Wanna try it? lcs.www.media.mit.edu/groups/el/projects/spacewar/ IT timeline and business collaboration
  • Operator consoleIBM System 3601960’s IT timeline and business collaboration
  • Remote terminalsattached to the S/360 –Data processing IBM 3270 1970’s 80 columns x 24 lines a.k.a., “80 cards” Bill Gates was the youngest terminal Programmer. Don’t laugh. These are very hip boys. IT timeline and business collaboration
  • “User friendliness”“User Friendly” was a hugebuzz phrase for years. Earlyon, it meant things likeproviding clear help andeasy to remember commandnames. A great and stillrelevant book from the time:Paul Heckel’s Elements ofFriendly Software Design. Stillavailable from Amazon. IT timeline and business collaboration
  • Beyond the keyboard – Xerox Alto „73mouseDoug Englebart1964A landmark event in thehistory of interaction design:Doug Englebart’s 1968 demoat SRI. He demonstratedmost of the ideas weassociate with modern desk-top computing: the mousehypertext, objects in theinterface, dynamic file linking,and even two people atdifferent locationscommunicating over networkaudio and video. This workwas done from a human-centered point of view, andthe demo is required viewing.Watch it, remember it’s 40years ago, and think abouthow progress is made in thisfield. Wanna see the demo? sloan.stanford.edu/mousesite/1968Demo.html IT timeline and business collaboration
  • Home and SMB appsvisicalcDan Bricklin1979Finally people had a reasonto buy a home computer(specifically, an Apple II): sothey could use VisiCalc, thefirst spreadsheet. THE place to learn about Visicalc: www.bricklin.com/visicalc.htm Download a working version! IT timeline and business collaboration
  • Surviving app ideas As Dan Bricklin points out, VisiCalc’s design has lived long: “It was interactive in a WYSIWYG way:• Point to change a value• Instant automatic recalculation based on formulas stored in the cells referencing other cells• Scroll left/right/up/down• The input, definition, formatting and output were all merged into a natural, program-by-example interface …• Labels and formulas distinguished by first character typed• Minimal-keystroke formula entry…. The goal here was to make it worth using the first time you needed an answer in a way that would let you benefit the next time by just changing a few values and recalculating. If the input style did not let you "teach" the computer by doing the calculation, people may not have used it.• A1, B1, SUM(A1..A7)• Realtime scrolling• Numeric and text formatting• Status and formula lines” www.bricklin.com/visicalc.htm/firstspreadsheetquestion.htm IT timeline and business collaboration
  • Word processor and office appswordstarSeymour Rubenstein &John Barnaby1979WordStar had a verycomplicated interface, butonce you invested the timeto learn it, it was verypowerful. Now there wasanother reason to buy ahome computer: to create,format, store, and edit textdocuments. Find WordStar history here: http://www.wordstar.org/wordstar/history/history.htm IT timeline and business collaboration
  • the future could usually be seen before it arrived Microsoft Windows 1.01, 1985Xerox Alto, 1972 Xerox STAR, 1981 IT timeline and business collaboration
  • Microcomputers „78-‟842011. 09. 20. IT timeline and business collaboration 19
  • All 39 pages of advertising that Apple bought in a 1984 issue of newsweek are available here:http://www.aci.com.pl/mwichary/computerhistory/ads/macnewsweek IT timeline and business collaboration
  • PCs ‟86-‟942011. 09. 20. IT timeline and business collaboration 21
  • New end devices 2000-2011. 09. 20. IT timeline and business collaboration 22
  • Market segments ofthe software industry IT timeline and business collaboration
  • Software segments• ERP and BPM • GIS and GeoSpatial apps• CRM and Support • Security- safety apps• Statistical and analytics • System and service management• Information management, enterprise • Office apps portal, ECM and IR • Games and entertainment• DB, BI, Datawarehouse • CAD and other engineering• DMS and KM (knowledge • Communication software, VOIP, management) messaging• Media portals and public networking • DTP and media editing• Retail shops, logistic, supply chain • Management, collaboration and PIM and B2B marketplaces • Science and AI• eGovernment • Application development• eHealth• Control and embedded systems IT timeline and business collaboration
  • LAN, Internet, Cloud2011. 09. 20. IT timeline and business collaboration 25
  • Business Collaboration IT timeline and business collaboration
  • Vision: Knowledge Worker 2.0• In the past: We expected precise information processing according to rules from employees, we expect now autonom participation in the process• Only aim to work in companies instead of group of freelancers: optimise the cost of communication and info transaction between people. IT timeline and business collaboration
  • Vision: Enterprise 2.0Expected Business Benefits of a new intranet• Boost communication between team members, help to build teams• Empower data producer (employees) to became prosumer (infoproducer+consumer)• Make decision-making and information-handling traceable• Lower the info-research efforts• Make the informal communication of the organization transparent• Lower the self administration efforts of the organization• Prevent format and media break as incompatible interfacing• Offer open APIs for enterprise application integration• Decrease email traffic•http://youtu.be/1qzzYrCTKuk IT timeline and business collaboration
  • Abusing email - typical communication patterns1. Is there anything beyond calculations you do not use email?2. Sending files - simulating document management3. Simulating manual workflow by forwarding to cc-s4. Simulating Instant messaging – by dozens of quick replies5. Simulating presence check - are you there?6. Asking for phone number and other contact data, using as business card with the signature7. Sending automatic alerts instead of RSS messages8. Simulating discussion board by dozens of quick replies with cc-s9. Sharing information within a group (mail list addresses)10. Making and communicating decisions11. Voting about topics12. Task management - without tracking opportunities13. Publishing corporate news14. Require and allocate resources (not only rooms, but e.g. free PR presents for customers, etc.)15. Announcing vacation and sick leave – for time booking16. Simulating approval workflow17. Asking for form data in free text email (e.g. for contract) instead of a simple form IT timeline and business collaboration
  • E1.0 – E2.0 comparisonID Enterprise 1.0 Enterprise 2.0 1 Hierarchic Networked 2 Unidirection Bidirectional 3 Organisational units Social Networks 4 Function oriented Process oriented 5 Command & deliver Participation 6 Control Trust and autonomy 7 Own knowledge Share knowledge 8 Company Generated content User generated content 9 Content Collaboration 10 Read-only Read/Write/Execute 11 Monolithic systems Small peices loosly joined 12 Desktop Web 13 CMS, Email, Documents Weblogs, Wikis, Docshare 14 Default: no-access Default: access IT timeline and business collaboration
  • E2 Intranet tools - decision tracking• How many mail exchange do you need tomake a decision of training budget?• Not only editors, admins but even teamleaders and members can create their owndecision poller• Send invitation to the decision making pollerto the responsible persons• People can vote and change their mind tillclosing the issue; you can see the opinion ofothers• You can discuss the issue on the chat boardof the poll. There is history of the discussionand changing opinions.• You can attach background documents to thedecision poller.• Finally: there is a documented decision withall background information collected to oneplace instead of storing it in distributed emails. IT timeline and business collaboration
  • QSI E2 Team rooms• Team group members ofseveral departments• Information is organised byteams and not tools ororganisation units• Easy to create, copy,remove, change, archivegroups, invite members• Viewscopes, access rightsand information hiding iscustomisable by patters,default is open• Team related documentsare stored in this room(mapped automaticall intothe team folder of thedocument management tool)• Votings are free to place• Tag cloud helps to search IT timeline and business collaboration
  • 2011. 09. 20. IT timeline and business collaboration 33
  • Professional Networking Portals2011. 09. 20. IT timeline and business collaboration 34
  • Professional Networking Portals2011. 09. 20. IT timeline and business collaboration 35
  • SummaryEvolution:- Separated IT departments – mainframes & minis- Personal computers (standalone)- Networked Enterprise – PC at every desk- Cloud computing and PIM in every device (networking era)- Questions? IT timeline and business collaboration
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  • Markets are conversations • Az üzlet társalgásból áll • Személyek társalognak, nem célszegmensek • A külső diskurzus lehengerli a céges kommunikációt • Nem lehet ignorálni és be kell kapcsolódni • A piaci döntések peer2peer kommunikációban történnek, ebbe kell a vállalatoknak bekapcsolódni • A linkek lebontják a hierarchiát • A vállalatok információs folyamatait (és szervezeti felépítését) igazítani kell a külső diskurzusban való aktív részvételhez • A diskurzus színtere lett a piac, a többi csak a raktár • A Web 2.0-es interakció nem zárható ki a vállalat belső kommunikációjából (Enterprise 2.0) • Mennyit költünk a Web2.0 blokkolásra?2011. 09. 20. IT timeline and business collaboration 38
  • Részvételi karakterek• Target the opinion leader• Let them do the rest• Advertise the high end mobile• Customer care should identify opinion leaders:• http://www.youtube.com/watch ?v=-QDkR-Z-69Y2011. 09. 20. IT timeline and business collaboration 39
  • Buzzword: SNS – 2ndLife – virtual spaceWeb2.0 for the Qualysoft – Josef Bayer – 4 may 2007 IT timeline and business collaboration
  • Buzzword: SNS – Jubble – print bridgeWeb2.0 for the Qualysoft – Josef Bayer – 4 may 2007 IT timeline and business collaboration
  • Online Social Identity Web1 ->Web2 (SNS)Content was king of Web1User is king of Web2Web1 – Nobody knows, that you are a dog. And that’s marvellous!• Web2 – Now everybodyknows, that you are a dog.• And you are proud of it! (joy of self expression)• SNS – Social Networking Sites – (need of belonging) IT timeline and business collaboration