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Business Strategy and Policy For Next Generation: Social Media Related DC

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Presentation by Software Park's Director for TCS Solution Day 2012. 28 June 2012

Presentation by Software Park's Director for TCS Solution Day 2012. 28 June 2012

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  • 1. Business Strategy and Policy For Next Generation: Social Media Related DCAssoc.Prof. Dr. Thanachart NumnondaDirectorSoftware Park Thailand28 June 2012 1
  • 2. Things that Baby Born after 2011 does not knowVideo tapeTravel AgentsPaper mapsLong distance callWired phonesYellow and White Pages:etc.. 2
  • 3. 15 Current Technologies My Newborn Son Won’t Usehttp://gizmodo.com/5901576/15-current-technologies-my-newborn-son-wont-use 3
  • 4. 15 Current Technologies My Newborn Son Won’t Usehttp://gizmodo.com/5901576/15-current-technologies-my-newborn-son-wont-use 4
  • 5. The enterprise world we live in 2010 and beyond Global Direct, Open Customers(Customers, Resources, IPs are acquired everywhere) Communication (e.g. Social Media) Digital Life Convergence (Work and Personal lines are blurring) Work Remotely (Mobility Trend) Transparency (Blogs, Social Computing) Brief Collaboration (Assemble the best, Disassemble upon completion) Source : I’m Cloud Confused 5
  • 6. The new “Always On” workforce Smaller and Less Sufficiently Skilled Increasingly Global Highly Virtual Vastly Diverse Autonomous and EmpoweredSource : Hewitt Associates: Next Generation TalentManagement 6
  • 7. Mobile Workers“IDC expects the global mobile worker populationto increase from 919.4 million in 2008 to more than1.19 billion in 2013, representing nearly 35% of theworldwide workforce” Sean Ryan, research analyst for IDCs Mobile Enterprise group. 7
  • 8. The 2020 workspace“By 2020 our office will be everywhere, our teammembers will live halfway around the world. How,where, when and for whom we work will be up to us– as long as we produce results.” Meister& Willyerd 8
  • 9. 9
  • 10. 2014 Mobile will become the most common way of accessing the Internet 10Source :Trending the future: Mobile Trends 2011
  • 11. Welcome toThe Post-PC Era 11
  • 12. iPhone 12
  • 13. iPad 13
  • 14. iCloud 14
  • 15. SmartPhones 15
  • 16. SmartPhone Market Shares Q3 2011 16Source :Gartner 2011
  • 17. Smartphone Market Share 17
  • 18. Smartphone Sales Prediction 18
  • 19. Global smartphones annual sales will growabout 46 percent to 687.9 million units this year and will touch 1.05 billion units in 2014 [Credit Suisse; Apr 2012] 19
  • 20. Tablets 20
  • 21. Tablet Sales Prediction 21
  • 22. Devices sold in Thailand 2011 is follows:Tablet 480,000 units; Desktop 1,320,000 units andNotebook 2,020,000 units. In 2012; The number of Tablets sold in Thailand is expected to be 2.5 million units. [NECTEC; Apr 2012] 22
  • 23. Online shopping in Thailand in 2011 is 80%;expect to grow to 93% in the next 6 months: 59% of these are mobile shopping: [Mastercard; Apr 2012] 23
  • 24. Internet Usage in Thailand18,310,000 Internet users; 27.4%Penetration [NECTEC, Dec 2011]Average Download Speed 6.5 Mbps;Upload Speed 1.5 Mbps; Avg cost $3.72per Mbps [Net Index, 2012]Broadband Subscription 3.39 Million users[Reuters, Q4 2011]14,235,700 Facebook users [Mar 2012] 24
  • 25. Mobile Usage in Thailand Mobile penetration rate in Thailand wasestimated at 107.86% over a population estimateof around 66.7 million. [MNO Directory,March2011]AIS 31.2 Million Subscribers, DTAC 21.6 Millionand True Move 17.2 Million [Q4, 2010]Smartphone usage in 2010 is 18% and expect togrow to 60-65% in 2015 [Frost & Sullivan]Fixed Line 9.1 Million [March 2010] 25
  • 26. Thailand Technology Trends 2012 26
  • 27. Thailand Technology Trends 2012Business ContinuityCloud ComputingOnline ConsumerizationPredictive AnalyticMedia Tablet and BeyondsMobile Centric Application, Contents & InterfacesSocial NetworkHigh Speed Connectivity 27
  • 28. Mobile Cloud Computing 28Source: wikipedia
  • 29. 29
  • 30. IT Business StrategiesSocial Media on the enterpriseDC: Public/Private CloudBring your own devices 30
  • 31. Social Business Landscape 31Source : Hinchcliffe at SBS 2010
  • 32. The 21st Century Business Environment 32Source : Hinchcliffe at SBS 2010
  • 33. Digital Revolution 33
  • 34. www.facebook.com/softwareparkthailand 34
  • 35. twitter.com/swpark www.snsconference.com Social Networking Security Conference 2011
  • 36. Dropboxwww.snsconference.comSocial Networking Security Conference 2011
  • 37. www.slideshare.net/softwarepark www.snsconference.com Social Networking Security Conference 2011
  • 38. knowhow.swpark.or.th www.snsconference.com Social Networking Security Conference 2011
  • 39. “Cloud computing will transform the IT industry as it will alter the financial model upon which investors look at technology providers, and it will change vertical industries, making the impact of the Internet on the music industry look like a minor bleep,”. Peter Sondergaard, senior vice president at Gartner 39
  • 40. “At year-end 2016,more than 50 percent of Global 1000 companies will have stored customer-sensitive data in the public cloud.”. Gartner Prediction 2012 40
  • 41. 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 41Source : http://www.rickscloud.com/
  • 42. 9 Trends that Impact the Future of Mobile Cloud ComputingEnterprise and consumer mobiles apps are gettingincreasingly smartPhone network providers are trying to climb up thevalue chain.4G LTE compatible devices are supporting bandwidthintensive applicationsThe entry of iPads into the enterprise spaceHTML5. 42
  • 43. 9 Trends that Impact the Future of Mobile Cloud ComputingThe rise of mobile commerceFragility of mobile devices.Increase in the worker mobilityFragmentation of devices. 43
  • 44. BYOD 44
  • 45. Sign of the Times1995: Employee Car2005: Employee Cell Phone2015: Employee Computer 45
  • 46. www.facebook.com/softwareparkthailand 46
  • 47. Thank youthanachart@swpark.or.thtwitter.com/thanachartwww.facebook.com/thanachartwww.swpark.or.thwww.facebook.com/softwareparkthailand 47

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