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How Cloud Computing Will Transform Information Management
How Cloud Computing Will Transform Information Management
How Cloud Computing Will Transform Information Management
How Cloud Computing Will Transform Information Management
How Cloud Computing Will Transform Information Management
How Cloud Computing Will Transform Information Management
How Cloud Computing Will Transform Information Management
How Cloud Computing Will Transform Information Management
How Cloud Computing Will Transform Information Management
How Cloud Computing Will Transform Information Management
How Cloud Computing Will Transform Information Management
How Cloud Computing Will Transform Information Management
How Cloud Computing Will Transform Information Management
How Cloud Computing Will Transform Information Management
How Cloud Computing Will Transform Information Management
How Cloud Computing Will Transform Information Management
How Cloud Computing Will Transform Information Management
How Cloud Computing Will Transform Information Management
How Cloud Computing Will Transform Information Management
How Cloud Computing Will Transform Information Management
How Cloud Computing Will Transform Information Management
How Cloud Computing Will Transform Information Management
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How Cloud Computing Will Transform Information Management

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At the Information Management Summit held in February Jane Cope presented a session entitled “Will Cloud computing transform Information Management” in which she discussed the types of cloud options …

At the Information Management Summit held in February Jane Cope presented a session entitled “Will Cloud computing transform Information Management” in which she discussed the types of cloud options and the pros and cons. The gist was that moving to cloud won’t change Information Management, but it will influence and impact the way in which we work, and subsequently the way in which we manage our data which fuels information management.

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    • 1. Information Management Summit – Wellington, NZMarch 2011<br />How Cloud Computing Will Transform Information Management<br />Jane Cope<br />
    • 2. Trusted Advisor<br />Green fields<br />Train Wreck<br />
    • 3. Will Cloud Computing Transform Information Management?<br />
    • 4. So, what is the cloud?<br />
    • 5. It’s not new<br />It’s not a technology of its own<br />It’s an approach to building IT services that leverage the capabilities of servers and virtualisation technologies <br />
    • 6. &quot;a style of computing in which massively scalable IT-related capabilities are provided &apos;as a service&apos; using Internet technologies to multiple external customers.&quot; - Gartner<br />
    • 7. Drivers<br />Lower Costs<br />Cap-Ex free<br />Scalability<br />Redundancy and resilience<br />Faster to deploy the technology components of projects / solutions<br />
    • 8. Downsides<br />Immature technologies<br />Culture<br />Connection<br />Migrations and customisations<br />Expectations<br />Data Sovereignty<br />
    • 9. Benefits <br />Provides access to the latest software versions<br />Can be accessed from anywhere<br />Resiliency and Redundancy <br />Improved services <br />Environmentally friendly<br />Sharing info is not restricted to size<br />Innovation &amp; Competitiveness<br />
    • 10.
    • 11. Where is the cloud?<br />
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    • 15. Your technical guide to the cloud<br />
    • 16. Cloud Services<br />
    • 17. Software as a Service (SaaS)<br />Uses existing online applications<br />Outputs can be saved online or locally<br />SalesForce.com<br />Google Apps<br />Ultimate Software<br />Ariba<br />Office Live<br />Netsuite<br />
    • 18. Platform as a Service (PaaS)<br />Create your own cloud applications using supplier tools and languages<br />Google App Engine<br />Microsoft Azure<br />Force.com<br />Netsuite<br />
    • 19. Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)<br />Uses existing online applications<br />Outputs can be saved online or locally<br />Google Apps<br />IBM<br />EMC<br />Microsoft<br />Office Live<br />Google<br />Amazon<br />
    • 20. Christopher Barnatt<br />
    • 21. Common Information Management issues<br />Large number of disparate systems<br />Little integration or coordination between information systems<br />No clear strategic direction for the overall technology environment. <br />Range of legacy systems requiring upgrading or replacement<br />Limited and patchy adoption of existing information systems by staff. <br />Poor quality of information, including lack of consistency, duplication, and out-of-date information. <br />
    • 22. What are we afraid of…?<br />“Cloud computing has &quot;unique attributes that require risk assessment in areas such as data integrity, recovery, and privacy, and an evaluation of legal issues in areas such as e-discovery, regulatory compliance, and auditing” - Gartner <br />
    • 23. Trust<br />Compliancy and regulations<br />Security<br />Backups and restores<br />Data Sovereignty / Data location<br />Long-term viability<br />
    • 24. Acknowledgements<br />Ben Kepes<br />Ten Questions to ask your Cloud Vendor<br />http://diversity.net.nz<br />Christopher Barnatt<br />A brief guide to cloud computing (chapter 1 of his book is free to download)<br />www.explainingcomputers.com/cloud<br />

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