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6 Disruptive Innovations

6 Disruptive Innovations

Apps Modernization- Cloud - Mobility - Social Media-Big Data Analytics- VDI (BYOD)

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    • Business Agility Imperatives : Smarter Solutions-Transformation
      6 Disruptive Innovations
      Apps Modernization- Cloud - Mobility - Social Media-Big Data Analytics- VDI (BYOD)
    • Power of Business Agility
      Watch on YouTube
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I916RlCqIRc
    • Why Business Agility and Why now?
      Rising change and complexity are the new normal.
      Uncertainty from marketplace shifts and surprise disruptions is part of our business life.
      The business processes that we run,
      Do they fuel innovation to enable business growth?
      Are they interconnected and adaptable enough to face the ‘Time to Market’?
      Can you make the right decisions quickly or even automate them to reach the decision makers in real time with the Structured and Un-Structured data?
      Does your infrastructure perform optimally amidst change and uncertainty?
      Can you embrace new application and service delivery models like cloud and mobile?
      Can you leverage Social Media technologies for better Collaboration, Marketing and Customer Service?
    • Business Agility Strengths
      Revenue growth
      Cost reduction
      Business
      indicators  of agile
      organiza2ons
      R
      veness
      SOURCE: McKinsey Business Agility Framework
    • Responsive Enterprise Framework
      Smarter Solutions Powered by
      Disruptive Innovations
      Speed
      Innovation
      Agility
      Business Analytics (Big Data / Predictive Modeling / Sentiment Analytics/Real Time BI)
      Cloud / SaaS Enablement
      ( Private / Public / Hybrid )
      Enterprise Mobility ( Mobile Apps/ Mobile Commerce/ Mobile BI)
      Enterprise Social Media (Social CRM/ Social Commerce/ Social Analytics)
      Enterprise Modernization (Legacy Migration / SOA/ BPM)
      Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI)
      BYOD
    • Cloud Computing Trends
      IaaS
      Emergence of Cloud Infrastructure
      High Availability,
      stronger SLAs with better coverage for liabilities,
      managed support services
      Governments to Shift to Cloud Infrastructure to Cut Expenditure
      Cloud Security
      Cloud Audit gains traction among Public Cloud Service Providers
      More visibility for Governance & Compliance among Integrated Cloud Management Providers
      Cloud Storage
      Cloud Storage gateways and block or file based access will be crucial
      PaaS & SaaS Platform Growth and Consolidation
      Cost and BC/DR Preparedness
      On-demand computing resources
      Need for Expansion / Replacement of Existing Infrastructure
      Key Reasons for Cloud Computing Adoptions
    • Business Agility - Virtualization to Cloud Computing
      IT Production Business Production
      IT as a Service
    • Cloud Computing Directly Links To Business Agility
      Agility is important to achieving keybusiness outcomes
      IT agility strongly linked to agilecompanies
      Cloud computing enables IT agility
      Business leaders link cloud directly tobusiness outcomes
      SOURCE: Global Business Agility Survey, February 2011
    • What is driving Cloud? – Business Agility
      Q9: Which of the following are top drivers of cloud computing initiatives at your organization?
      (Please check all that apply)
      Drivers of Cloud Computing Initiatives at Organization
      Business agility (faster time to market, increaseduser satisfaction)
      75%
      Reducing IT infrastructure investment
      56%
      Reducing IT Management and maintenance resources
      53%
      Increasing capacity/availability (data center, storage etc.)
      50%
      Increasing productivity of IT
      46%
      Disaster recovery/business continuity
      40%
      Improving IT control
      32%
      Industry regulatory changes
      17%
      Base: 636 Total respondents; 234 US respondents; 202 EMEA respondents; 200 APAC respondents
      Source: CIO Global Cloud Computing Adoption Survey January 2011
    • Cloud Computing Challenges
      Impediments in Cloud Adoption
      Security, Compliance & Performance
      Inability to Integrate with Existing Infrastructure
      Lack of integrated Management Tools
      Consumption Based Pricing for Private Cloud
      Regulatory Concerns / Location and Control of Data
      Applications’ Alignment
      Market Expectations from a Cloud Service Provider
      Reliable & Secured Infrastructure
      Integration
      Low Price
    • Enterprise Mobility Trends
      Need for organizations to meet the needs of the end-users will pave way for Mobility Solutions for the enterprises
      User familiarity of the Pre-Packed Applications will lead the mobile front. With large screen and greater computing power, Tablets will be the choice for enterprises.
      Cloud-based Pre-Package Applications with Scalability will be preferred over Resource Intensive Custom Developed Mobile Applications for each device.
      Mobile Commerce & Health
      Mobile BI & Learning
    • Mobile Computing Challenges
    • Enterprise Social Media Trends
    • Social Enterprise Challenges
      Customer Engagement: Creating brand differentiation, impressive reach through and initiating dialogues with the customers will be a great challenge in this social media era
      Need for new Models/Methodologies to Measure Social Media Sentiment in terms of Direct and In-Direct ROI
      Lack of Regulatory Compliance & Privacy
    • Agility is a key foundation for Innovation
      Watch on YouTube
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZUi_PAbD7KY&feature=player_embedded
    • Innovation- Industry perspective
      "The role I like to position IT in is the role of a progressive innovator, because in many cases it is not about going out there and finding the next great technology. It is about looking at how we can make simple modifications to the technology we use today to progressively have impactful innovation in our business.“ Thaddeus Arroyo ,CIO,AT&T
      The I in IT is getting a lot more respect among CIOs who realize that their fiber optic networks aren't sending just bits and bytes, but also digital knowledge. Making sure that people get and share critical information leads to fresh perspectives about business processes, new ways to satisfy customers and IT innovations that advance business goals.-CIO Magazine
    • Innovation Index - Where are U?
      Levels of Innovation by Hartman Executive Advisors
      Level 1: Using innovation to solve a problem.
      Level 2: Innovating to deliver a mature product or service in a completely different and far more effective way than the competition.
      Level 3: Game-changing, transformational innovation.
    • Innovation Matrix to Measure
    • Innovation Challenge- Are you ready?
      Building Innovation one step at a time
      Quiz:
      searchcio-midmarket.techtarget.com/quiz/Quiz-Building-innovation-one-step-at-a-time
    • IDEA Lab - Center of R&D Excellence
      Business
      Solutions
      Competency
      Enterprise
      Intelligence
      Competency
      Managed Services & Cloud Computing
      Competency
      Convergence
      Computing
      Competency
      Enterprise
      Computing
      Competency
      Open Source
      Computing
      Competency
    • Industry Recognition
      US$ 146 million
      US$ 130 million
      US$ 72 million
      US$ 57 million
      US$ 34 million
    • Start Innovating…
      Watch on YouTube
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dK50eR6o-bQ&NR=1
    • Corp Overview
      15+ years Global Technology Integrator & Business Solutions Provider, Headquartered in Edison, NJ and London, UK
      4000+ employees with the direct presence in US, UK, Canada, France, Germany, Malaysia, Singapore, Middle-East and India
      Dedicated R&D Division (IDEA Lab) to offer Value Added R&D Services & Centers of Excellence (CoE)
      State-of-the-art Global Delivery Centers in US, UK, Canada, UAE and India
      Emerging Technology Specialization with the strategic partners alignment
      Pioneer in Industry Solutions Development (Insurance, Finance, Retail, High Tech, e-Governance, Consumer Electronics, Pharma & Telecom)
      Award Winning & Proven Partnership Program -“Get IT Together” Channel Eco System for ISVs, VARs, SPs and SIs
      ISO and CMMI Certifications
    • Thank You