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Presentatie van William Visterin op het Nieuwe Werken Congres van 11/12/2012.

Presentatie van William Visterin op het Nieuwe Werken Congres van 11/12/2012.

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  • There are 3 implications in the Post-PC era The 1 st is choice computing – applications and devices are chosen by users, not IT, the user becomes the center of the IT universe The 2 nd is the disaggregation of data – while data centers are consolidating across multiple organizations, the data itself is becoming disaggregated . Most users have on average between 3-7 devices and information gets replicated across these devices; data can live in the cloud or on premise. As a result there is a need in the marketplace for a consistent set of policies applied to data, regardless of its location or the device upon which it resides . The 3 rd is around emerging roles in the Post-PC era , all focused on enhancing the experience and productivity of the New Users . There is the New Developer who will use new tools and techniques available to enhance the New User experience . There is the Cloud Architect who will ensure information can be made available anywhere and at any time . There is the Data Scientist who makes sure the right set of information is made available to the right user and the right time . These three implications have profound implications to the architecture, technologies and best practices used by organizations as the Post-PC era becomes more and more a part of our daily lives.
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    • 1. Iedereen zijn eigen slim kantoor: Bring Your Own Device
    • 2. It’s a Mobile Worldafter all
    • 3. Nice to meet you. I’m William @wvisterin
    • 4. Smart Business Strategies
    • 5. Smart Business Strategies• The only Belgian IT magazine that takes the business manager in perspective• Business decision maker• Target audience: managing director, IT manager, HR manager, marketing manager,...• Understandable and strategy focused• Cases & user centric• Business IT magazine that matters
    • 6. Smart Business Strategies
    • 7. It’s a mobile World After all (workshop)
    • 8. It’s a mobile world after all1. The Trends2. The Devices3. The Approach
    • 9. 1.The Trends
    • 10. While we were sleeping…
    • 11. New collaborative model…
    • 12. It’s aNew Way of Work
    • 13. From Workplace to Meeting place
    • 14. 50m 2 24
    • 15. 13.500 euros a yearand here he spent… 25
    • 16. 3% of his time 26
    • 17. Homework?Are you allowed to work from home?Yes: 48%No: 52% Source: ZDNet, Smart Business Strategies, N=412
    • 18. Flex desk?Use ‘flex desk’ at the office?Yes: 29%No: 71% Source: ZDNet, Smart Business Strategies, N=412
    • 19. 1.The Trends
    • 20. A. It’s aMobile World
    • 21. B. It’s aDigital World
    • 22. Digitaal kantoor: Stand van Zaken
    • 23. Welcome to Generation Y
    • 24. Welcome to Generation i
    • 25. “It took me three days to figure outthat there was another side to the tape.”
    • 26. C. It’s aCloud World
    • 27. Cloud computing refers… …to the provision of computational resources on demand… via a computer network, such as software, infrastructure, etcSource: Wikipedia
    • 28. Biggest enemy ofIT-manager?
    • 29. Everybody has an enemy, who’s yours?
    • 30. Zero tolefor IT…
    • 31. D. It’s aUser World
    • 32. Consumer -ization
    • 33. BYOD
    • 34. BRING YOUR OWNDEVICE
    • 35. BYOD: Private smartphone at worktt Bron: ZDnet, Smart Business Strategies, 2011, N=240
    • 36. BYOD: Private notebook at worktt Bron: ZDnet, Smart Business Strategies, 2011, N=240
    • 37. How users and programmers see each other
    • 38. Worst jobs to have?
    • 39. Worst jobs to have? *1. Phone sex operator2. Ferry cabin cleaner3. IT-manager * Indianapolis Business Journal
    • 40. It’s a mobile world after all1. The Trends2. The Devices3. The Approach
    • 41. 2.The Devices
    • 42. New kids on the block
    • 43. Welcome in thePost PC era
    • 44. Use of smartphone (daily)Gebruikt de smartphone meerdere keren per dag voor: 1.) SMS (61%) 2.) E-mail (50%) 3.) Telefonie (49%) 4.) Sociale netwerken (34%) 5.) Surfen op internet (32%) 6.) Agendabeheer (29%) 7.) Specifieke apps (25%) 8.) Spelletjes (18%) 9.) Muziek beluisteren (17%) 10.) Foto’s nemen (5%) Bron: Mobistar, 2012
    • 45. On mobile devicesKiller app = Killer cocktail
    • 46. New kids on the block (bis)
    • 47. Laptop versus Tablet
    • 48. Meerwaarde van Mobile devices?
    • 49. Added value of Mobile Devices(smartphone & tablets)= Productivity
    • 50. Show me the money
    • 51. Source: Gartner (November 2012)
    • 52. Source: SmartBusinessStrategies,2012, B2B use
    • 53. It’s a mobile world after all1. The Trends2. The Devices3. The Approach
    • 54. 3. TheApproach
    • 55. Implications in the Post-PC CHOICE DATA CENTERSCOMPUTING UNIFY, BUT DATA NEW USER DISAGGREGATES DATA CENTERS The New User DATA
    • 56. Mobile OS in Belgium Welk besturingssysteem gebruikt uw smartphone? Android 43,5% Bada 1,1% BlackBerry 4,8% iOS 15,3% Symbian 5,2% Windows 4,5% Ander 2,7% Weet ik niet 22,9% Bron: Ivox, Mobistar, 2012
    • 57. Must have: gemeengoed op iPhone, iPad of Android1) EvernoteDoet zijn naam alle eer aan: weinig toepassingen zijn zo goed in het bundelen vannotities, foto’s, foto’s, geluidsfragmenten en internetpagina’s te bundelen. –Gratis2) DropboxDe ultieme bewaarplaats: je sleept een bestand op je pc of laptop naar je lokaleDropbox-folder en meteen wordt er online een back-up van gemaakt. -Gratis instapversie (34 euro per jaar voor full version)3) LinkedinNaast Facebook en Twitter is ook het zakelijke netwerk LinkedIn een populairetoepassing op smartphone en tablet. - Gratis instapversie4.) All SyncOm gegevens van vrienden uit je sociale netwerk te synchroniseren met decontacten uit je adresboek. Alle bekendste sociale netwerken worden ondersteund.- Gratis.5) SalesforceOm je sales team onderweg op de hoogte te houden van klantencontacten enverkoopkansen. - Gratis instapversie.
    • 58. 6) Train InfoIn een vingerknip weet je wanneer je trein vertrekt en aankomt.– Gratis7) How Stuff Works: video’s, quizzen en artikelen die je leren hoe dingenécht werken. - Gratis8) Documents to GoOm Microsoft Office-bestanden te bewerken en bewaren op je tablet. En zevervolgens te synchroniseren naar andere toestellen. - 7,99 euro9) iWork for iPadMicrosoft Office voor iPad: tekstverwerking (Pages), rekenblad (Numbers) enpresentaties (Keynote). Alternatief voor QuickOffice. - 7,99 euro per stuk10) Scatterslidesbrengt je presentatie over op een grotere scherm en laat je via je mobiel toestelde presentatie aansturen. - 3,54 euro
    • 59. “We’re Gonna Need a Bigger Boat”
    • 60. What the enterprises broad approach to BYODshould beOptions range from laissez-faire to lockdown:1. HR takes the lead: Ban employee-owned devices being brought onto enterprise premises and prevent them from connecting to any enterprise network assets.2. HR takes the lead: Allow devices on-premises but offer no access to enterprise network assets.3. Enterprise IT takes the lead: Allow devices on-premises but limit the connection for everyone to email, name and address book, and contacts.4. Enterprise IT takes the lead: Segment employees, allow the use of BYOD for enterprise business, and provide support in a way that is appropriate for each group.5. Enterprise IT takes the lead: Segment employees. In addition, offer enterprise-purchased and enterprise-funded mobile devices to some categories of employees.6. No one take the lead: Allow employees to do what they like with their own devices.
    • 61. A High-Level Checklist for Implementing BYOD Step Key Deliverable 1 Deciding on a BYOD Strategy Determination of Which Approach to Adopt to BYOD 2 Grouping Employees, and Defining Support Segmentation of Employees Into Three to Six Groups, and a Package of Policies and Technologies for Each and Access for Each 3 Implementation Planning Scope of Tools, Network Services and Financing Models 4 Project Setup Staged Approval for BYOD Program 5 Proof of Concept Successful Pilot and Key Lessons 6 Implementation BYOD Rollout Plan 7 Program Renewal Periodic BYOD Health CheckSource: Gartner (June 2012)
    • 62. The Tools
    • 63. Mobile Device Management
    • 64. MDMMarket
    • 65. Virtualization
    • 66. Cloud Computing
    • 67. It’s a mobile world after all1. The Trends2. The Devices3. The Approach
    • 68. And finally…
    • 69. “Denial is not a river in Egypt”
    • 70. President of the MichiganSavings BanktoHenry Ford:“The horse is hereto stay, but theautomobile is only anovelty.”
    • 71. It’s a mobileWorld After all
    • 72. Kind regards,William VisterinE-mail: William@minoc.comTwitter: @wvisterin