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    Google Enterprise Cloud Computing 2011 Google Enterprise Cloud Computing 2011 Presentation Transcript

    • The Value of Cloud Computing to the Enterprise: Cost Reduction or Business Transformation? Thomas Davies - Google Enterprise
    • The Cloud Circle Challenge Google Confidential and Proprietary Cloud disruption in the Enterprise for solution providers? Ownership in the Cloud - business or IT? Enabling organisations to operate, communicate & collaborate? Improving quality and service delivery through closer customer engagement? Agility, speed to market, innovation through testing to drive competitive advantage? Board approval - benefit of internal & external collaboration? How mobile Cloud can improve collaboration, front-line productivity and bottom line cost cutting? 80% in 30 Minutes!
    • Setting the Scene - Trends & Inhibitors Measurable Benefits - Cost Avoidance The Board Agenda Q&A Agenda
    • Trends impacting your business Local Motors can take a new car from concept to creation under 18 months. (Source: www.local-motors.com c/o Wired magazine) Post-PC: Smartphone and tablet sales exceed desktop and notebook PCs in 2011. (Source: Mary Meeker, KPCB, 2011) Speed Mobility Innovation There is an 81% correlation between collaboration and innovation. (Source: Future Foundation, 2010)
    • Inhibitors restricting your ability to adapt Rigid Complex Expensive Applications are built for a business process rather than usability. “$8 out of $10 spent in IT is ‘dead money’— not contributing to business change and growth.” (Source: Gartner, 2010) "In comparison to SaaS application packages... on-premises application releases move at glacial speed and hinder innovation." (Source: Forrester, 2010)
    • Lightweight Enterprise technology in 5 years - disruptive? Few datacenters Most companies won’t need them Pay as you go Use only what you need Green Low carbon footprint Diverse Your choice Devices are personal Simply secure Strength in diversity Consistent & predictable You-centric, not corp centric Invisible Fast No disruption of thought Minimal No more than you need Empowering More team, less work
    • Cost Avoidance - SaaS “We switched our entire global organisation to Gmail, Calendar and Contacts in one weekend saving around $2.8M.” “Google Apps saved us millions of dollars over five years over any of the alternatives that we looked at.” “Google Apps Enterprise has actually cost us one sixth of what the previous incumbent Microsoft Exchange environment cost us.”
    • Update latest virus definitions Apps / Browser Group Policy / Management Anti-virus Data Encryption Data Backup System Operating System Extensions (flash, pdf, etc.) Hardware Update latest software Security patches Periodic backups Upgrade new hardware Cost Avoidance - Complexity of the Enterprise Desktop
    • Source: Gartner, 2010 £2,957 annually £1,716 £114 £364 £762 End User Costs Fixing time Training Downtime Administration IT Operations Support and Security Desktop management Hardware and Software Hardware User software IT software Software maintenance That complexity is very costly
    • User Configuration & Management Device Configuration & Management * Planned functionality, not yet available Enterprise Support £18 per month Per-User Policies Extension installation Home page customization Extension blacklist/whitelist Application blacklist/whitelist IT Operations Proxy configuration Disable guest mode Lock screen on idle Restrict logins* Disable camera / microphone* Secure wifi configuration* VPN configuration* Force stable channel* Custom help experience* Chrome OS Hardware Hardware Choice of form factors Refresh every 3 years Bundled package for Enterprises
    • End User Costs Significant savings, based on virtual desktop experience Administration Training and refresh cost reductions IT Operations 30% support reductions, lower security and desktop management costs < 50% TCO Reduction Dramatically lowers your total cost
    • Executive understanding of the value of Cloud Computing Google Confidential and Proprietary Sources: Roger Roberts and Johnson Sikes, “How IT Is Managing New Demands,” McKinsey Global Survey Results Paper, November 2010. Over 250 non-IT executives were surveyed and interviewed globally for this analysis. And, Mark McDonald and Dave Aron, “Reimagining IT: The 2011 CIO Agenda,” Gartner, January 2011. Over 2,000 CIO’s worldwide were surveyed or interviewed for this report. 75% 9% 16% Ye s No Don’t Know Source: McKinsey, November 2010 Business Executives Do you believe that use of cloud computing could drive value at your company? n = 332 What are the most significant ways you expect your company to realize value from cloud computing? n = 252 CIO’ s Ranking of technologies that CIO’s selected as one of their top three priorities in 2011 n = 2,014 Source: Gartner, January 2011 #1 Cloud Computing #2 Virtualization #3 Mobile Technologies What Execs Need
    • Measurable benefits driven by Cloud Computing Google Confidential and Proprietary Source: Jacques Bughin and Michael Chui, “The Rise of the Networked Enterprise: Web 2.0 Finds Its Payday,” McKinsey Quarterly, December 2010. These results are based on McKinsey surveys with over 1,000 executives across the globe. Customer-related improvements driven by cloud computing/Web 2.0 and improved business processes (% = median improvement) 0 18% Increase customer satisfaction 15% Increase number of successful innova- tions for new products and services 10% Increase revenues 10% Reduce customer support costs 15%Reduce marketing costs 20%Reduce travel costs 20% Reduce time-to-market for new products and services What Execs Need
    • Measurable benefits driven by Cloud Computing Google Confidential and Proprietary Source: Jacques Bughin and Michael Chui, “The Rise of the Networked Enterprise: Web 2.0 Finds Its Payday,” McKinsey Quarterly, December 2010. These results are based on McKinsey surveys with over 1,000 executives across the globe. Internal business operations improvements driven by cloud computing/Web 2.0 and improved business processes (% = median improvement) 0 30% Increase speed of access to know- ledge and best internal experts 20% Increase employee satisfaction 15% Increase revenues 10%Reduce communications costs 10%Reduce operational costs 20%Reduce travel costs 20% Reduce time-to-market for new products and services
    • Increase collaboration and innovation in your business Challenge Capability Value Traditional collaboration limiting innovation Real-time collaboration capabilities with internal and external colleagues “A risk-adjusted ROI of 307% and payback within 7 months” [source: Forrester, Measuring The Total Economic Impact Of Google Apps, 2010) Increasingly mobile workforce Web-based access from any device with an internet connection Mobile access increases productivity 2.8x (source: Telegraph Media Group)
    • Business transformation priorities Google Confidential and Proprietary IT Cost Reduction / Environmental Stewardship Mobility Collaboration Innovation Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) Integration
    • The compelling value of Google’s 100% Web Google Confidential and Proprietary 100% Web Impact: Reduce operating costs up to 10%. Reduce IT costs up to 35%. Increase revenues up to 10%. Increase productivity up to 50%.
    • Thank You tdavies@google.com google.com/a google.com/chromebook