Fujitsu World Tour 2014 Belgium Transformation to the Digital Enterprise


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How to turn your physical company into a digital organization?
Mark Locke, Head of Solutions & Presales - Fujitsu WEMEIA

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Fujitsu World Tour 2014 Belgium Transformation to the Digital Enterprise

  1. 1. The cloud Broker: Transformation to the Digital Enterprise World Tour 2014 Mark Locke Copyright 2014 FUJITSU LIMITED
  2. 2. Copyright 2014 FUJITSU LIMITED Copyright 2014 FUJITSU LIMITEDINTERNAL USE ONLY Chapter 1 : How the World is evolving
  3. 3. Copyright 2014 FUJITSU LIMITED Copyright 2014 FUJITSU LIMITED The Hyperconnected World  The emerging new world where people, information, things and infrastructure are connected via network, transforming work and life everywhere 2013 10 billion 2020 50+ billion 1GB/s 20TB/h 100GB - A self-driving car - A jet engine in the air - An individual genome Things connected to the internet
  4. 4. Copyright 2014 FUJITSU LIMITED  How people use technologies A key driver for the future…
  5. 5. Copyright 2014 FUJITSU LIMITED The human-centric paradigm Productivity-centric Paradigm Human-centric Paradigm Character- istics  Efficiency  Creativity  Processes , static  Autonomy, dynamic  Information  Knowledge  Past  Present(real time) & future  Own  Share  Lead by organizations  Lead by individuals  High innovation cost  Low innovation cost  Closed innovation  Open innovation Role of ICT  Improvement of productivity  Cost reduction  Empowerment of people  Improvement of value  Innovation of business model
  6. 6. Copyright 2014 FUJITSU LIMITEDCopyright 2014 FUJITSU LIMITED Chapter 2 : Implications and opportunity
  7. 7. Building blocks create possibilities
  8. 8. The physical world and the digital world Space Distance Time
  9. 9. Implication 1: Re-imagining the use of IT
  10. 10. Implication 2: Revolutionising consumption
  11. 11. Implication 3: Real-time, info-based operation
  12. 12. New technologies create new capability New ConsumptionNew Use Mobile Social Big Data Internet of Things New Operation Cloud Mobile Social Internet of Things Big Data Internet of Things Cloud Social
  13. 13. The rise of the Fabricator a post industrial revolution scenario  Led by people empowered by ICT
  14. 14. Copyright 2014 FUJITSU LIMITED Copyright 2014 FUJITSU LIMITED Chapter 3 : What we can do A global market with seven billion consumers Everyone can be a competitor
  15. 15. Copyright 2014 FUJITSU LIMITED  Consumers do Integration in their head, You do it in the Data Centre  Consumers manage themselves, You have to keep thousands happy  Consumers care about themselves, You have to care for the Company  Consumers want it “now”, You know “now” takes time and planning  Consumers want freemium , You want predictability Perceptions: Consumer v Enterprise
  16. 16. Copyright 2014 FUJITSU LIMITED Ubiquitous Technology Business Re-composition Cloud Services Internet of Things Connected Devices Social Graphs Global Connectivity Business Model Innovation Automotive Healthcare Electronics Composite Business and Technology Models
  17. 17. Copyright 2014 FUJITSU LIMITED Process Composition Front / Back Office Automation Field Force Automation Business Unit Integration Business to Business Infrastructure Composition IaaS Orchestration Hybrid Cloud Internet of Things Service Management Human Composition Workflow Collaboration Mobile Working Social Networks Application Composition Application Delivery Cloud Integration Mobile Apps API Management Connecting People, Systems and Processes
  18. 18. Copyright 2014 FUJITSU LIMITED CloudIntegration Enable rapid innovation through the adoption and integration of diverse cloud services without losing control, increasing overheads, or compromising the quality of service Cloud broker proposition For Board: Governance and control For Business Units: BYOX For IT Department: End to End Service Management The balance for the CIO
  19. 19. Copyright 2014 FUJITSU LIMITED Cutting Cost SMB Fixed One Size Fits All Highly Customizable All Corporate Low Rich Client Complex Small Low Level Dedicated Workplace transformation Business Enablement Global Business Outcome Multiple Locked down All Private High Virtual Simple Sprawling Highly Secure Cloud CIO Agenda Size Pricing User Roles Admin Rights BYOD Mobility Desktop Legacy Apps Estate Security Policy Infrastructure Large Transactional Own Device Used Thin client
  20. 20. Copyright 2014 FUJITSU LIMITED Data Centre Transformation
  21. 21. Copyright 2014 FUJITSU LIMITED Value Shift Personal apps Enterprise apps Apps on shared infrastructure Private Cloud SaaS (IaaS, PaaS) Marketplaces Business services Service ecosystem Hybrid environment Workload jump Client / server computing era Cloud computing era Value Time Application Transformation
  22. 22. Copyright 2014 FUJITSU LIMITED Managing the transformation to the Digital Enterprise  Providing key components for:  Cloud Aggregation  Cloud Integration  Cloud Management  Covering some, or all, of:  Your own systems  Cloud services from many providers  Non-cloud systems  Platform delivered on- or off-premise  Available to be managed in-house or as a managed service  Resource Provisioning & Reporting  Process & Data Integration  Data Management  System & Process monitoring  Service Management  Identity & Access Management  Etc……..
  23. 23. Human Centric Intelligent Society Through ICT, people will be empowered to create business and social innovation. This is our vision for a sustainable future. 22 And this future includes YOU