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  • Smarter than a whole bag full of squirrels
  • For these and other great ideas
  • Cure Major Diseases
  • Bring world peace
  • Save the planet
  • Call me selfish
  • Mobile interactive applicationsParallel Batch ProcessingThe rise of analyticsExtension of compute-intensive desktop applications“Earthbound” applications
  • Three Key areas: Do I trust myself – data classification Do I trust the law that governs my data – data Sovereignty Do I trust the service provider – differential privacy
  • Bandwidth is crucial, yet: Hands up those with an iPhone? Seriously, hands up all those that have a device that connects to the internet Do you get the connection you need, all the time? When you need it most?We talk about problems in the developing world, yet, even our broadband is a long way from fulfilling the vision we’ve painted
  • Three Key areas: Do I trust myself – data classification Do I trust the law that governs my data – data Sovereignty Do I trust the service provider – differential privacy
  • How many of you use the cloud?Email, data services whatever, keep your hands upNow, who uses Online backup? Keep your hands raised if you do?For those that don’t – why not?
  • Bandwidth is crucial, yet: Hands up those with an iPhone? Seriously, hands up all those that have a device that connects to the internet Do you get the connection you need, all the time? When you need it most?We talk about problems in the developing world, yet, even our broadband is a long way from fulfilling the vision we’ve painted
  • Bandwidth is crucial, yet: Hands up those with an iPhone? Seriously, hands up all those that have a device that connects to the internet Do you get the connection you need, all the time? When you need it most?
  • Use home backup to the cloud as an example
  • Cure Major Diseases
  • Bring world peace
  • Call me selfish
  • Save the planet
  • Bandwidth is crucial, yet: Hands up those with an iPhone? Seriously, hands up all those that have a device that connects to the internet Do you get the connection you need, all the time? When you need it most?We talk about problems in the developing world, yet, even our broadband is a long way from fulfilling the vision we’ve painted
  • Earning 5 bucks an hour
  • Soldering this circuit board
  • Helping to put man on the moon

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  • 1. Cloud Computing
    What’s the Point?
    Dave Coplin
    IT Architecture and Planning
    Microsoft Consulting Services
  • 2.
  • 3. A Disruptive Influence...
    www.theenvisioners.com
  • 4. From: Jonathan Murray
    Worldwide Technology Officer Microsoft
    Disclaimer*
    Forward Looking Statements: The following presentation contains certain predictions and forecasts which may possibly/probably, turn out to be wholly inaccurate.
    Utility: The forward looking nature of this presentation is unlikely to provide any information which will prove useful for addressing near term challenges in your business or personal life.
    Work In Progress: This is an ongoing piece of work; as such the author reserves the right to right to amend, replace or contradict any premises, argument or logical statements contained herein.
    Investment Decisions: Under no circumstances should the information be used to make investment or other life changing decisions. The author’s liability shall not exceed the fee received for this presentation.
  • 5. Cloud Computing
    What’s the Point?
    Overview
  • 6.
  • 7.
  • 8.
  • 9.
  • 10.
  • 11.
  • 12. ???
  • 13. This page is intentionally blank...
  • 14. Microsoft Office LabsExplore. Experiment. Discuss.
  • 15.
  • 16. New Application Opportunities
    Mobile interactive applications
    Parallel batch processing
    The rise of analytics
    Extension of compute-intensive desktop applications
    “Earthbound” applications
    Source: “Above the Clouds - A Berkley View of Cloud Computing”, February 2009
  • 17. Building the Capacity
  • 18. The $1 Comparison
    2003
    2008
    2.7x
    1Gbit
    2.7Gbit
    16x
    128 CPU hours
    8 CPU hours
    10x
    1Gb
    10Gb
    Source: “Above the Clouds - A Berkley View of Cloud Computing”, February 2009
  • 19. Technology Biorhythms
    Time
    Storage
    (Compute) Power
    Bandwidth
  • 20. Cloud Computing
    What’s the Point?
    Challenges
  • 21. Trust
  • 22. Bandwidth
  • 23. Culture
  • 24. Trust
  • 25.
  • 26.
  • 27. Do you trust the cloud?
  • 28. Who “owns” my data?
    Do you trust them?
  • 29. Differential Privacy
  • 30. Differential Privacy
    96%
  • 31. Differential Privacy
    “A randomized function K gives –differential privacy if for all data sets D1 and D2 differing on at most one element, and all S ⊆ Range(K), where the probability space in each case is over the coin flips of the mechanism K.”
    Source: http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/projects/databaseprivacy/dwork.pdf
  • 32. Bandwidth
  • 33.
  • 34. Remember, data flows up as well as down...
  • 35. Culture
  • 36. 1946-1964
    Baby Boom
    14 mil
    1964-1980
    1964-1980
    GenX
    11 mil
    GenX
    11 mil
    9 mil
    Millennials
    17 mil
    Millennials
    8 mil
    1980-2000
    1980-2000
  • 37. Social Networking Comes of Age
    Source:“Global Faces and Networked Places” A Nielson Report on Social Networking’s New Global Footprint, March 2009
  • 38. http://apps.gov
  • 39. Cloud Computing
    What’s the Point?
    Summary
  • 40.
  • 41.
  • 42.
  • 43.
  • 44. Cost Efficiencies from the Cloud
    ££ Generated Savings ££
    OPPORTUNITY
    COST
    Re-investment in
    Programmes
    Realised
    Savings
  • 45. 2%
    Remember:
  • 46. Trust
  • 47. Bandwidth
  • 48. Culture
  • 49.
  • 50. The Politics of Change
    Will social acceptance issues limit our ability to tap technology’s full potential ?
    How will concepts of corporate liability and personal responsibility evolve?
    What about privacy, security, identity: Will consumers and businesses continue to trade privacyfor a free lunch?
    What skills will be required to be fully economically productive?
    Can the developingworld catch up or does technology merely amplify the developed world’s existing advantages?
    Can enterprisesand regulators keep up?
    From: Jonathan Murray
    Worldwide Technology Officer Microsoft
  • 51. WARNING!
  • 52.
  • 53.
  • 54.
  • 55. Which will you be?
  • 56. Thank-you
  • 57. Acknowledgements
    Key Contributors:
    Rob Bailey, Stuart Aston, Gary Burt
    Microsoft Social Computing in Business DL:
    Lawrence Liu, Alina Fu
    Microsoft IT Architecture and Planning team
    Andrew Quinn, VivekWarrier, Fred Warren & the DelStrat DL
    Microsoft WW Technology Officer team
    Jonathan Murray, Stephen McGibbon
    Special thanks to Donald Tether
    Images:
    © Microsoft
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