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What's Up with Aviation IT?

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This is the presentation I gave at the Airline Purchasing & Maintenance Expo at London Olympia on Thursday 5th of May 2011

This is the presentation I gave at the Airline Purchasing & Maintenance Expo at London Olympia on Thursday 5th of May 2011

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  • 1. what’s up with aviation IT?
  • 2. paul saundersfrom conduce software & conduce consulting
  • 3. questions, comments & arguments @conduce paul.saunders@conduce.net
  • 4. an apology…
  • 5. an apology…i swear once twice a couple of timesIT policy makers given a hard timeremember: its just my opinionno ninja stars or throwing daggers
  • 6. an apology…i swear once twice a couple of timesIT policy makers given a hard timeremember: its just my opinionno ninja stars or throwing daggers
  • 7. so, what is up with aviation IT?
  • 8. aviation ITdepartmentshave anuncertain future…
  • 9. technology & understanding have moved ontechnology is a genuine business enableraviation IT departments are still internalvendors who own the “computer problem”
  • 10. massive paradigm shifts in aviation ITconsumer technology is at the bleeding edgethe beginning of the end for traditional IT?
  • 11. 3 genuinely revolutionaryproducts that have shaped their market sectors….…in one decade!
  • 12. “…to organise the world’s information & make it universally accessible & useful”
  • 13. more than just a search engine used 300,000 times a second
  • 14. 500 million active users
  • 15. 30 million users in the UK
  • 16. what have these companies got in common?
  • 17. what have these companies got in common?
  • 18. what have these companies got in common?
  • 19. what have these companies got in common?
  • 20. what have these companies got in common?
  • 21. what have these companies got in common? innovative products for the consumer market
  • 22. cost benefit analysis…?
  • 23. ..its not rocket science
  • 24. aviation IT departmentshave evolved to becomerisk minimisers not business enablers
  • 25. everyone in aviation is experiencingthe same problems
  • 26. overzealousIT policies arestifling progress
  • 27. computers are great aren’t they?
  • 28. computers are a portalfor lost productivity &represent a serioussecurity risk
  • 29. computers are a portalfor lost productivity &represent a serioussecurity risk
  • 30. the excuses:
  • 31. lame excuse #1:it is widely believed thatunrestricted computer accessadversely affectsemployee productivity
  • 32. lame excuse #2:it is widely believed thatunrestricted computer accessleaves a companyvulnerable to hackers
  • 33. lame excuse #3:it is widely believed thatunrestricted computer accesscan lead to data leaks
  • 34. lame excuse #4:it is widely believed thatunrestricted computer accessslows a company’sinternet connection
  • 35. productivity
  • 36. productivity killers?
  • 37. collaboration & inspiration?
  • 38. collaboration & inspiration?
  • 39. Percentage of Fortune 100 companies who block all access to social media sites* 54%*according to a 2010 Gartner survey
  • 40. Percentage of Fortune 100 companies who are active on Twitter* 54%*according to a 2010 Gartner survey
  • 41. hacker attacks
  • 42. hacker attackssocial media is a new andeffective channel for hackers
  • 43. hacker attackssocial media is a new andeffective channel for hackerstrue for organisations wheretheir IT departments don’t knowwhat they’re doing…..
  • 44. hacker attacksmalware which attacks socialmedia also affects email and therest of the web.why not block email as well?
  • 45. hacker attacksmalware which attacks socialmedia also affects email and therest of the web.why not block email as well?
  • 46. data leaks
  • 47. data leaksNEWS FLASHblocking social media will notprevent intellectual propertybeing compromised
  • 48. slowed internet
  • 49. slowed internet“if you need morebandwidth, get some more……in the paper age nobodythought twice about gettingmore paper when they ran out!”
  • 50. up to date browsers
  • 51. up to date browsers
  • 52. up to date browsers
  • 53. up to date browsers
  • 54. aviation IT departments need tobe made to understand that…
  • 55. …senseless policiesmake users despise you, and don’t generate any business benefits
  • 56. IT resourcesare a scarcecommodity
  • 57. you need one of these… your IT guy
  • 58. your users…for every 50 of these
  • 59. this guy’s objectives must be closely aligned with… your IT guy
  • 60. …the objectives of your business a metaphor for your business
  • 61. your IT guy
  • 62. your exchange server your IT guy
  • 63. your usersyour exchange server your IT guy
  • 64. managementinformation systemsare great but theydon’t do everything
  • 65. management information systemswall to wall capabilitymission critical robustnesshigh degree of “stickiness”cover 90% of requirements
  • 66. management information systemswall to wall capabilitymission critical robustnesshigh degree of “stickiness”cover 90% of requirementsremaining 10% causing 90% of problems
  • 67. management information systemswall to wall capabilitymission critical robustnesshigh degree of “stickiness”cover 90% of requirementsremaining 10% causing 90% of problems
  • 68. management information systemswall to wall capabilitymission critical robustnesshigh degree of “stickiness”cover 90% of requirementsremaining 10% causing 90% of problems
  • 69. everyone wantsipads but no-oneknows what todo with them
  • 70. iPad metaphor
  • 71. mature consumer deviceclass 1 EFB approvalIFE game changerquestionable readiness for aviation- very few relevant aviation apps- no interfaces with existing systems
  • 72. no deals to be done with appleenterprise compatibility issuesiOS behind rivals in some areasthe post pc era is upon us – get used to it
  • 73. is there abetter way?
  • 74. yes there is…
  • 75. on the horizon…. cyclical business trends - a period of de-centralisation for aviation IT - facilitated by cloud based services & virtualisation - outsourcing & department specific solutions no more working in stealth mode - more autonomy for aviation IT users - delegation of specific IT functions to departments - IT guys will run business systems not develop them
  • 76. if you are running a company thatneeds a traditional IT department in order to meet your market objectives then wake up now….
  • 77. if you are running a company thatneeds a traditional IT department in order to meet your market objectives then wake up now….…you are at a strategic & financial disadvantage over a competitor that operates differently.
  • 78. your questions
  • 79. thank you @conduce paul.saunders@conduce.net
  • 80. more information…http://blog.conduce.nethttp://aerospace.conduce.nethttp://www.slideshare.net/thesaundiretro images from http://www.flickr.com/commonsother background images from http://lostandtaken.com & http://carsonified.com