Business Continuity & Cloud Computing in Thailand


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Business Continuity & Cloud Computing in Thailand

  1. Business Continuity &Cloud Computing in ThailandAssoc.Prof. Dr. Thanachart NumnondaDirectorSoftware Park Thailand12 May 2012 1
  2. Thailand Technology Trends 2012Business ContinuityCloud ComputingOnline ConsumerizationPredictive AnalyticMedia Tablet and BeyondsMobile Centric Application, Contents & InterfacesSocial NetworkHigh Speed Connectivity 2
  3. Burma Cyclone Nargis May 2008 Tsunami December 2004 United States 9/11 London Bombing Political Crisis Asia Pacific SARS Terrorist Attack Out-break July 2005 May 2010 Sept 2001 April 20032001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2008 2009-2010 3
  4. Thailand Flood CrisisWorst floods in half acentury$45 Billion Damage (WorldBank)Central Bank slashed its2011 GDP forecast from4.1% to 2.6%Seven big industrial parksnorth of Bangkok wereeffected; 9,859 factories and 4about 660,000 jobs.
  5. Opportunity after the CrisisMore investment in IT infrastructure,software solutions.Long-term growth opportunities for the ITindustry, especially technologiesassociated with cloud computing, databackup centres, data recovery andbusiness continuity services. 5
  6. The need for Business Continuity Management Regulatory requirements Various threats impacting to core business process Reputation risk and branding Investor confidence & shareholder value Mitigate financial losses in the event of a disaster Increase awareness and readiness to respond to a disaster Best practices 6
  7. What is Not Business Continuity ≠ IT Disaster Recovery Information Technology is only part ofthe picture Effective business continuity planning entails addressing the entire business operations and value chain BCM requires the combined efforts ofthe business units, information technology, and crisis management. 7
  8. Three components of BCPCrisis Management Plan (TOP MANAGEMENT)– A centralised response that ensures command and control during an operational disruptionBusiness Continuity Plan (BCP)– A plan that addresses the continuity and recovery of all business processes required to maintain an acceptable level of operationDisaster Recovery Plan (DRP)– A plan that addresses the restoration of system software and data and the infrastructure 8
  9. Business Continuity in ThailandInfrastructure RecoveryBusiness Continuity Planning (BCP)Cloud ComputingGrow of Data Center – Server Infrastructure – Production – Backup Site 9
  10. iPhone 10
  11. iPad 11
  12. 6 Million SmartPhones in Thailand 12
  13. More than 480,000 Tablets sold in Thailand 13
  14. Welcome toThe Post-PC Era 14
  15. 15Source: wikipedia
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  17. iCloud 17
  18. Cloud Computing is Internet-based computing, whereby shared resources, software, and information are provided to computersand other devices on demand, like the electricity grid. Definition (Wikipedia) 18
  19. A Cloud Technology Reference Model 19Source : Cloud Computing for Developers & Architects: Qcon 2008
  20. A Cloud Technology Reference Model 20Source : Cloud Computing for Developers & Architects: Qcon 2008
  21. A Cloud Technology Reference Model 21Source : Cloud Computing for Developers & Architects: Qcon 2008
  22. A Cloud Technology Reference Model 22Source : Cloud Computing for Developers & Architects: Qcon 2008
  23. A Cloud Technology Reference Model 23Source : Cloud Computing for Developers & Architects: Qcon 2008
  24. Infrastructure Clouds Start Here 24Source : Cloud Computing for Developers & Architects: Qcon 2008
  25. Top 5 Cloud Computing Trends IT departments will be forever changed Cloud security will no longer be an issue Custom cloud computing services Custom software development will shift towards the cloud Innovation 25Source :
  26. How Will Cloud Computing Impact Industry?IT Infrastructure will change dramaticallySome IT jobs may vanish altogether. New skills will be indemand.The way applications are developed, tested, deployedand continuously re-factored will undergo a changeThe selling and licensing of applications will change too.The architecture of applications will continue to evolve.Data volumes will skyrocket.Source: Dorais Learn Log 26
  27. Cloud Computing in ThailandPrivate Cloud in EnterpriseGovernment Cloud ComputingMore public IaaS / SaaS servicesThai Software Companies will start exploring cloud.International software vendors will offer more SaaS 27
  28. Cloud Readiness Index 2011 28Source : Asia Cloud Computing Association: September 2011
  29. BSA GlobalCloud Computing Scorecard 29Source : BSA GlobalCloud Computing Scorecard: Feb 2012
  30. BSA GlobalCloud Computing Scorecard 30Source : BSA GlobalCloud Computing Scorecard: Feb 2012
  31. e-Government Ranking 31Source: UNPAN 2012
  32. Thank 32