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Web 2.0 is not just a set of new technologies rather it is an evolution to a federated platforms.

Web 2.0 is not just a set of new technologies rather it is an evolution to a federated platforms.

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    • CIO Advisory Services Aligning Strategies, Business Processes and Technologies Harnessing The Power Of Web 2.0 Solutions at K-12 Schools Enables learning and community building beyond the regular school hours Venkatesh P. Iyer IT Management Consultant IT Strategy and Analytics Business Process Management Somerset, NJ 08873 IT Execution T: 732 485 8658 E: vpiadvisors@gmail.com
    • Aligning Strategies, Business Processes and Technologies Credentials Venkatesh P. Iyer CIO Advisory Services, IT Management Consultant Qualifications: Client focused management consultant in technology strategy with fifteen years of extensive experience in business of technology and core technologies. • Areas of specialization include IT Strategy, Enterprise Architecture, IT Analytics, large-scale Program/ Project Management (PMO) and software Pre-Sales. • Strong skills in Server-Virtualization, Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), Business Process Management (BPM) and Middleware (Java EE) • Extensive skills and experience in linking business strategy, operations and technology implementation using high impact methodologies • Excellent team leader and mentor, with sound business understanding coupled with a strong technical foundation. Strong people skills, works well with senior management, end-users, and business/ technical teams • Skilled at guiding clients such as Allstate, Goldman Sachs, Citi, American Express, Comcast, AXATech, Aetna, Sun Chemical, Merrill Lynch, AT&T etc to reach sound economic IT strategies to meet their critical business requirements Education: NEW YORK UNIVERSITY, New York, New York, Leonard N. Stern School of Business, Master of Business Administration, 2003 UNIVERSITY OF PUNE, Pune, India, Master of Computer Applications, 1993 IT Strategy and Analytics Business Process Management IT Execution
    • Aligning Strategies, Business Processes and Technologies Preamble The Buzz “Web 2.0 is a term describing the trend in the use of World Wide Web technology and web design that aims to enhance creativity, information sharing, and, most notably, collaboration among users” - Tim O'Reilly “Web 2.0 is the business revolution in the computer industry caused by the move to the Internet as platform, and an attempt to understand the rules for success on that new platform” … and the alphabet-soup-noodles … APIs Blogging Collaboration RSS SaaS Social Networking Wiki MySQL Perl PHP Tagging AJAX DHTML FLEX Podcasting Web-Services Linux SOA Apache Python P2P Blogs … Is leading to chaos and confusion!!! The purpose of this paper is to provide an overview of Web 2.0 (Enterprise 2.0) – drivers, risks etc and also offer the senior IT Management a rigorous approach to assess and if applicable adopt Web 2.0 for their firm IT Strategy and Analytics Business Process Management IT Execution
    • Aligning Strategies, Business Processes and Technologies Agenda Web 2.0 Introduction Web 2.0 and Education Conceptual Solution Architecture Packages and Pricing Demo IT Strategy and Analytics Business Process Management IT Execution
    • Aligning Strategies, Business Processes and Technologies Web 2.0 Overview Contrasting Web 1.0 and Web 2.0 Characteristics of Web 2.0 Web 1.0 Web 2.0 DoubleClick Google AdSense • Promotes openness and collaboration Ofoto Flickr • Empowers end-users Akamai BitTorrent • Strong focus on data management mp3.com Napster Britannica Online Wikipedia • Offer software as a service personal websites blogging • Harnesses collective intelligence evite upcoming.org and EVDB • Social networks can promote Viral- domain name speculation search engine optimization Marketing page views cost per click screen scraping web services • Many of the b2c Web 2.0 websites get publishing participation their revenue from Advertisements content management systems wikis directories (taxonomy) tagging (quot;folksonomyquot;) stickiness syndication Web 2.0 represents more than just new technologies rather it is a paradigm shift from Internet being a set of applications to a platform that enables collaboration, combining applications etc IT Strategy and Analytics Business Process Management IT Execution
    • Aligning Strategies, Business Processes and Technologies Web 2.0 Overview IT Strategy and Analytics Business Process Management IT Execution
    • Aligning Strategies, Business Processes and Technologies Demand for Web 2.0 Solutions and Supply of Enabling Technologies Demand and Supply around Web 2.0 Solutions Strategic benefits of Web 2.0 Solutions • Improved innovation by sharing knowledge among employees • Increase agility by closely engaging Partners and Clients • Capture additional ad-revenues • Leverage a cost-effective channel for Outbound Messaging: Build communities to disseminate news and ideas on products, ideas, services etc Inbound Messaging: Build communities to source ideas and get feedback from customers on new products and errors/ bugs in existing products • Build long-term relationships for cross-sell, up- Web 2.0 drivers sell additional products and services Firms that implement Web 2.0 solutions that complements their businesses optimally can capture the benefits of ‘Network Externalities’ i.e. winner takes all IT Strategy and Analytics Business Process Management IT Execution
    • Web 2.0 Drivers Shifts in Demographics Projected income growth by generation (in trillions) Comments Gen-x attaining the lead position • Gen-X and Gen-Y are typically technology savvy and they are becoming increasingly influential for businesses as customers Gen-y start to enter workforce Gen-y start • In order to attract and retain the best talent from college education Gen-Y going forward, firms will have to invest in building a strong Web 2.0 foundation Source: Javelin Strategy & Research, Pleasanton, CA Mobile data and communications activities by age • It offers a great opportunity to establish a engage and build strong relationship with them starting now e.g. a retail bank can start building relationships with student loans for college students and then expand it by offering car loans, home loans, credit cards etc as these people move along the lifecycle needs Source Pew Internet & American Life Project Surveys Forrester Research report states that enterprise spending on Web 2.0 technologies will continue to rise over the next five years, growing 43 percent each year to reach $4.6 billion globally by 2013 IT Strategy and Analytics Business Process Management IT Execution
    • Web 2.0 Drivers Mobile devices as a Platform Those who say it would be very hard to give up Comments (among those who use each device) • Mobile devices are not only being used for voice communications but also for Data services like text-messaging, emailing etc • The adoption of mobile-devices for data and communication is extremely high among the Gen- Y and Gen-X. 96% of Gen-Y has used mobile devices for these activities - Text-messaging, taking pictures etc. For Gen-X the same percentage is 85% • The total number of global mobile social network users is predicted to jump from 525 million this year to 975 million in 2012 • With the worldwide smart phone market expected to expand by more than 30% each year through 2012, global usage of mobile social networks and other mobile Web 2.0 tech, many of which require Internet-enabled smart phones Source Pew Internet & American Life Project Surveys Mobile devices are morphing into a complete platform from being just a tool for voice- communication IT Strategy and Analytics Business Process Management IT Execution
    • Web 2.0 Drivers Profile of Emerging Markets Growth in Internet Users (in MM) Comments • In India, Youth forms the major chunk to the China growing Internet user base. Another major segment on the Internet comprises the school kids • The Mobile- Value added services (VAS) in India in undergoing a rapid growth • Cellphone usage growth in fast growing markets last year: Vietnam: 114%, Pakistan: 170%, Ukraine: 185% • In Indonesia, one person in a hundred owns a PC, India and only one in a thousand has a broadband Internet connection. While there are already 63 million cell phone subscribers, that only represents 27% of the country's population of 234 million. Cell phone subscriptions in Indonesia are growing 36% annually. And you think that's something? In India, with 166 million cell phone users, growth last year was 84.5%. Source: Internet & Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) Emerging countries like China, India, Russia and Brazil are rapidly adopting Web 2.0 solutions. Firms can harness the power of Web 2.0 to penetrate these markets and to attract the best talents IT Strategy and Analytics Business Process Management IT Execution
    • Aligning Strategies, Business Processes and Technologies Agenda Web 2.0 Introduction Web 2.0 and Education Conceptual Solution Architecture Packages and Pricing Demo IT Strategy and Analytics Business Process Management IT Execution
    • Aligning Strategies, Business Processes and Technologies Web 2.0 and Education Sector Few Leading Questions Why is Web 2.0 important for education? • How can schools take advantage of Web 2.0? • What are the benefits of adopting it at schools? • What are the risks in adopting this solution? • IT Strategy and Analytics Business Process Management IT Execution
    • Aligning Strategies, Business Processes and Technologies Web 2.0 and Education Sector Web 2.0 enables leveling a playing field. Unlike previous technologies, Web 2.0 is • being primarily driven by the Younger participants. Generation-Z (born after 2001) have never known a world without cell-phones, • computers, internet etc. They have closely observed their parents and grandparents use the modern technologies Gen-Z are starting to attend schools today and they will be the key drivers of • Collaborative-Web (i.e. Web 2.0) in the future By offering Web 2.0 solutions, schools can not only to better prepare Gen-Y and • Gen-Z for strong education and career but also harness their natural inclination to these technologies The costs involved in adopting this technologies are extremely low • Schools should plan to offer Web 2.0 capabilities like Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts etc to • attract, retain and coach the pupils IT Strategy and Analytics Business Process Management IT Execution
    • Aligning Strategies, Business Processes and Technologies Web 2.0 and Education Sector Benefits Foster building of long term relationships Extend the learning to after school hours Up-branding the school Younger generation are the biggest adopters of Web 2.0 technologies This solution is natural to Gen-X and Gen-Y Risks ? Security concerns ? Security breach recognition ? Inappropriate contents getting posted ? Reputation risks ? Legal Risks ? Information Security ? Competitive risks Educational institutions should develop a comprehensive strategy to mitigate the risks and harness the full potential of Web 2.0 IT Strategy and Analytics Business Process Management IT Execution
    • Aligning Strategies, Business Processes and Technologies Agenda Web 2.0 Introduction Web 2.0 and Education Conceptual Solution Architecture Packages and Pricing Demo IT Strategy and Analytics Business Process Management IT Execution
    • Aligning Strategies, Business Processes and Technologies Conceptual Architecture Publications Publications Parents Parents School’s Online Community Publications Teachers Administrator Publisher Teachers fully secured perimeter Pupils Pupils IT Strategy and Analytics Business Process Management IT Execution
    • Aligning Strategies, Business Processes and Technologies Contrasting Communities in Current Environment and in Web 2.0 Environment Communities in the Current Setup Communities in the Web 2.0 Secured Cloud Parents fully secured Publications Publications perimeter Parents Teachers Teachers School’s Online Community Publications Parents Pupils Pupils The linkages are few, usually pre-defined. Web 2.0 enables multiple communities along different set Rarely is the case of unplanned communities of preferences e.g. Sports, Music, Math etc. Moreover getting formed these can be long-lasting communities IT Strategy and Analytics Business Process Management IT Execution
    • Illustrative Example Aligning Strategies, Business Processes and Technologies Sample Web 2.0 Communities College Basketballers SAT Math Community Blogs Blogs Michael (G-11), Tyrone (G-10), Daniel (G-11), Madison (G-12), Wiki Files sharing Mark (G-11), Mr. Andrew (Gym Christopher (G-12), Sophia (G-12) teacher) and Mr. Andrew Online poll Wiki Mr. Andrew started a blog and now Podcasts Chris is serious about getting in an these fans have a come together – Ivy league college. He started it as they conduct weekly online polls. a wiki to discuss Math and English They have wiki site to discuss how for SAT. Now many of his class- to improve their own games. mates and teachers actively participate discuss all the SAT topics School’s Online Community Piano Group World Travelers Blogs Wikis Wiki Tyrone(G-10), Daniel (G-11) and Jacob (G-6), Emily (G-10) and Mr. Podcasts Mr. William (Music teacher) and William (Music teacher) Mr. Rossi (Daniel’s father) Pictures Music Notes Tyrone started the wiki as he was doing research before visiting his Mr. Williams publishes his class Podcasts Videos cousin in UK. Now there are many lessons as podcasts. He also members including Mr. Rossi, who evaluates the practice sessions as travels around the world extensively podcasts that his pupil uploads. for business. These people share pictures, historical facts about different places Web 2.0 enables the creation of such diverse communities that would not be possible otherwise. The school provides a platform for these ‘Birds of a feather’ to meet, build and foster their respective online communities and build strong long-term friendship IT Strategy and Analytics Business Process Management IT Execution
    • Aligning Strategies, Business Processes and Technologies Solution Core Capabilities Communication Related Capabilities Single Recipient Multiple Recipients Single Publisher General Reminders – Fees, Major Events Other Capabilities Personalized Reminders - BDay General Messages – Early closing Personalized SMS - BDay Class Lectures – Podcast Class Lectures Notes Security Administration Multiple Publishers User Administration Discussion on any topic – Blogs, -- NA -- Wikis, IT Strategy and Analytics Business Process Management IT Execution
    • Aligning Strategies, Business Processes and Technologies Roles and Responsibilities CIOAS Administrator On-going Launch site Terminate site Management • Single Point of Contact • Archive contents • Establish new site (SPOC) for all • Suspend user technical issues • Grant permissions to accounts school administrators • Accountable for site’s availability and functionalities School Administrator Day to Day Terminate On-boarding Management Membership • Establishing pupil • Oversee the suspension • Governance of the website account • Setup contact information • Grant permissions to pupil Beginning of the Academic year During the Academic year End of Academic year IT Strategy and Analytics Business Process Management IT Execution
    • Aligning Strategies, Business Processes and Technologies Agenda Web 2.0 Introduction Web 2.0 and Education Conceptual Solution Architecture Packages and Pricing Demo IT Strategy and Analytics Business Process Management IT Execution
    • Aligning Strategies, Business Processes and Technologies Packages and Pricing Package Basic Medium Advanced X X X Security Perimeter X X X User Administration X X X Photos Rate Card X X X Announcements Grades Proposed Package Price (PPPM) X X X email X X X Reminders Pre-KG - I Basic Capabilities d te X X Wiki II - VIII Medium le De X X Blog IX - XII Advanced X Instant Messaging PPPM = Per Pupil Per Month X Home Page Customization X Podcasts X Videos X Documents Sharing X SMS Notification IT Strategy and Analytics Business Process Management IT Execution
    • Aligning Strategies, Business Processes and Technologies Agenda Web 2.0 Introduction Web 2.0 and Education Conceptual Solution Architecture Packages and Pricing Demo IT Strategy and Analytics Business Process Management IT Execution
    • Aligning Strategies, Business Processes and Technologies Conclusion Please contact us for a Demo IT Strategy and Analytics Business Process Management IT Execution