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Digital-week Venice 2011

  1. 1. CaFoscari DIGITAL WEEK Innovation and Business Model Innovation
  2. 2. Why we need Innovation shrink the earths population to a village of exactly 100 people, with all the current human ratios remaining the same,   the result is: 57 Asians, 21 Europeans, 14 Westerners, 8 Africans 80 would live in substandard housing 70 would be unable to read 50 would suffer from malnutrition 1 would be near death; 1 would be near birth 1 would have a college education 1 would own a computerfrom such a compressed perspective, the need for   INNOVATION  becomes dramatically apparent
  3. 3. the  Engine of  Innovation is dematerialization Space Time Information Energy Matter ComputationThe percentage of information in every new product or new service is asymptotically moving to 100%. The cost of information at every level is subject to a deflection of 3 ~ 50% per year.
  4. 4. LESS IS MORE Economic Bits value GDP gets lighter and lighter Matter Available amountIn the Digital Economy, ideas are the raw material 4
  5. 5. The Essence of Digital Economy is Knowledge
  6. 6. KNOWLEDGEGROWTH EXPONENTIALIF INTERCONNECTED NETWORK N E T N W E O T R W O K RNETWORK 6 K
  7. 7. Exponential vs Linear viewhistory of technology shows thattechnological change KNEE where is exponential, exponential growth becomes noticeable contrary to the common-senseintuitive-linear view ESO 7 Munich ‘10
  8. 8. ThinkGlobal Rule #1: In a global world, do not try to build walls 8
  9. 9. THE NETWORK IS FORHUMANS AND MACHINES H2H M2M 9
  10. 10. is the Era ofinterconnected minds and machines
  11. 11. Pervasive Computers & Massive Data Collection we will see a tremendous growth because intelligence is becoming virtually obiquitous and everything is becoming a computing device
  12. 12. Technologyis expanding y l a l t i en Expo n ESO 12 Munich ‘10
  13. 13. Complexityis growing y l a l t i en Expo n ESO 13 Munich ‘10
  14. 14. Addressing the  Complexity of EXTREME  dataWe need a new Software  paradigm
  15. 15. Addressing  Software  Complexity  Cloud based apps Multitenant Mesh-up Scalable PC –Programming Easy A lot of available programs Backward compatibleProductivity Assembly Limited reuse of written code Complexity and Size
  16. 16. The first CLOUD was about electricityEDISON 1.0:Electric Power Distribution
  17. 17. The second CLOUD is about COMPUTING EDISON 2.0: GRID Computing + Web 2.0 + … = CLOUD Computing
  18. 18. The Communication&Computing Utility  For Humans For Machines Device Enterprise CLOUD CLOUD
  19. 19. The dawn of a New Smart WorldConverting the ‘sea of bits’ gathered by industry into useful information & knowledge will bring about the biggestchange in industry since the steam engine! Peter Cochrane
  20. 20. Everyware Device Cloud Transforming Bits of Data at the Edge of the Network into  Actionable Information in the Business Users’ Hands Device Cloud based Business Application Sensors & Device Firmware / Device Data Management Integration Hardware Application and Delivery Eurotech End‐To‐End Solution 20Devices running the Everyware Device Cloud Client
  21. 21. the CLOUD the birth of Anything‐As‐A‐Service Iaas, Paas, Saas, Daas, Xaas
  22. 22. the ICT field is experiencing a type of  Cambrian explosion never seen  in the last two decades 
  23. 23. Re‐Thinking•Products•Value Add•Business Model•Business Processes
  24. 24. Think aboutBusiness Model and Business Process not Business Plan A business model describes the rationale of how anorganization creates, delivers, and captures value A business process is a  collection of related, structured  activities that produce a specific  service or product  for a  particular customer 
  25. 25. The new way for start‐up
  26. 26. Digital  Economy • Knowledge is wealth • Bigger isnt necessarily better • More opportunities & Fewer guarantees • Everything happens faster  &  exponential • Demand comes in peaks • ReturnOnIdea is bigger than ever before  from Peter Cochrane
  27. 27. to whom isCurious and Creative an Era full of promises and of unthinkable opportunities.
  28. 28. Thank you for your attention "In a time of change, it is  learners who inherit the  future. The learned find  themselves well equipped  to live in a world that no  longer exists."  Eric Hoffer
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