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  • My job is to welcome you and to set the tone for the day. We have set some very specific outcomes for you here today. We want you to take away real value and we are hoping that part of this value is that you leave.. Better informed about cloud and hosted services With an understanding of how you turn this information into a strategic action plan You know where to start – what to do next. So we thought long and hard about the agenda and the speakers. We have a combination of external and internal speakers.
  • My job is to welcome you and to set the tone for the day. We have set some very specific outcomes for you here today. We want you to take away real value and we are hoping that part of this value is that you leave.. Better informed about cloud and hosted services With an understanding of how you turn this information into a strategic action plan You know where to start – what to do next. So we thought long and hard about the agenda and the speakers. We have a combination of external and internal speakers.

Corporate Presentation open - Andy Lockwood Corporate Presentation open - Andy Lockwood Presentation Transcript

  • WelcomeHosting: The Future of Business Grade CommunicationsGrand Connaught Rooms, London1st May 2012
  • Agenda• 10.00am: Welcome and Introduction (Chris Collinson)• 10.05am:‘The Growing Hosted Marketplace’ (Andy Lockwood)• 10.30am: ‘The Move to Hosted’ (Graham Bevington, Mitel)• 11.00am: Coffee and networking break• 11.15am: Breakout session 1 See your• 11.45am: Breakout session 2 personalised agendas• 12.15pm: Breakout session 3• 12.45pm: Introducing Shape the Future (Chris Collinson)• 1.00pm: Lunch and networking in the Hosted Marketplace
  • The Growing Hosted MarketplaceAndy LockwoodProduct & Marketing Director
  • • Cloud or Hosted?• What has TalkTalk been doing?• Why is the cloud growing?• How do you deal with it?• Your 3-point plan
  • What do people mean by “Cloud”?
  • What do people mean by “Cloud”?
  • What do people mean by “Cloud”?
  • What SHOULD we mean by CloudLet’s stop talking Let’s start talking about “cloud” About hosted solutions Application / Service Solution Data Centre / Hosting Network Connectivity
  • TTB Technology Strategy – Roadmap to the Cloud 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013Hosted Hosting,Services Hosted ServicesNext Gen VoIP, IP-PBX,Voice SIP trunkingData Broadband, Ethernet Security,networking IPVPN & EFM Management
  • TTB Technology Strategy – Roadmap to the Cloud 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013Hosted TRANSFORM the business withHosting,Services intelligent, integrated applications Hosted ServicesNext Gen VoIP, IP-PBX, CONVERGE voice & data servicesVoice SIP trunking - reducing operational costsData Broadband, the Ethernet MIGRATE to Security, Next Generation Networknetworking IPVPN & EFM Management - reducing infrastructure costs
  • Increasingly demanding environment CONSUMERIZATION OF IT WEB DEVELOPMENT 2X From 2009 to 2014, the number of information workers using a smartphone 80% of new software offerings will for work is expected to nearly be available as cloud services double by the end of 2011 INFRASTRUCTURE COST & COMPLEXITY MOBILE & DISTRIBUTED WORK 84% of organizations have a remote workforce 70% of IT budgets is spent maintaining inflexible & siloed data centre equipmentSource: Microsoft 2011
  • What Cloud means for you Pros Cons• New solutions • New paradigms to (to existing needs) understand• More robust • Geography?• Better value / cash flow • Can’t be ignored• New operating models • Organisational changes – Less in-house • Supplier changes support/costs• Workforce flexibility – Mobility
  • Your 3-point-plan competitors, customers, External market-place, products Internal service, price, structure, profit
  • Thank youAndy LockwoodProduct & Marketing Director