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Keynote presentation delivered at the Office 365 Business Briefing held in London on 17th June 2013. Exploring key trends such as the consumerisation of IT, BYOD and economic pressures driving the shift to online services and decisions to consider when moving to Office 365

Keynote presentation delivered at the Office 365 Business Briefing held in London on 17th June 2013. Exploring key trends such as the consumerisation of IT, BYOD and economic pressures driving the shift to online services and decisions to consider when moving to Office 365

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Keynote at the Office 365 Business Briefing

  1. 1. Sharon Richardson sharonr@joiningdots.net THE INEVITABLE SHIFT TO ONLINE SERVICES @joiningdots
  2. 2. README1ST.TXT This presentation was delivered as the keynote at the UK Office 365 User Group Business Briefing in London on 17th June 2013, sponsored by the Microsoft Partner Network Formatting has been adjusted for Slideshare meaning some content from the original presentation has been altered or removed and notes have been added to highlight sound bites from the talk All product names, logos and trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Information is provided without warranty or guarantees etc. Use at your own risk  And with the disclaimers out of the way… Notes look like this… @joiningdots
  3. 3. @joiningdots THE CHANGING LANDSCAPE In 2000, Microsoft released a video outlining a world of mobile interaction with online services You can view the video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V_y0EWMqk_g
  4. 4. @joiningdots Why are we only now seeing the vision become a reality? Because it’s never just about technology. Other factors have come together to create a ‘perfect storm’ for traditional IT Flickr image: Storm front by LJ Mears http://www.flickr.com/photos/lucasjames123/8223439990/
  5. 5. KEY TRENDS
  6. 6. @joiningdots CONSUMERISATION OF IT Image: Papal Conclave by SomoGlobal.com http://www.somoglobal.com/papal-conclave-evidence-of-mobile/ The shift to Internet-connected mobile devices has accelerated dramatically in the past 5 years
  7. 7. @joiningdots CONSUMERISATION OF IT Applications are no longer entering the organisation the traditional way Image: iStockPhoto
  8. 8. @joiningdots PREDICTABILITY Flickr image: The road ahead by Ross Beckley http://www.flickr.com/photos/61035342@N00/8458598712/ The IT department has been designed around certainty: Plan – Build – Run
  9. 9. @joiningdots UNPREDICTABILITY But we are living in an era of unprecedented uncertainty Image: iStockPhoto
  10. 10. @joiningdots RESOURCE CONSTRAINTS Most organisations are facing financial pressures and the costs to run technology are increasing Image: iStockPhoto
  11. 11. @joiningdots RESOURCE CONSTRAINTS Cloud services are now maturing more rapidly than in-house IT capabilities and have a unique cost advantage Flickr image: Bonneville Dam by Ann Larie Valentine http://www.flickr.com/photos/74551611@N00/3634082698/
  12. 12. @joiningdots Three connected trends creating a perfect storm for on-premise IT systems
  13. 13. WHAT CHANGES?
  14. 14. @joiningdots 30 extra days per year ‘Mobile economic time’ – CA Technologies Flickr image: Using an iPad on the train by Christopher Porter http://www.flickr.com/photos/34962573@N00/6128853553/ Source: Ovum Industry Congress, London, May 2013
  15. 15. @joiningdots File sync/share is the faster growing segment for content management and collaborative technologies – Ovum Flickr image: Dropbox by Johan Larsson http://www.flickr.com/photos/38305415@N00/4580058581/ Source: Ovum Industry Congress, London, May 2013
  16. 16. @joiningdots By 2016, the IT department will be cut by at least 70% due to the influence of the cloud – Gartner Flickr image: IT team at the real office by Ronaldo Rerreira http://www.flickr.com/photos/23767648@N04/2960596634/ Source: Gartner Portals Conference, London, Sept 2011
  17. 17. “It’s cool to that our team is part of making the car connected” Jack Hicks, CIO North America, Toyota @joiningdots Source: Business Insider http://www.businessinsider.com/cloud-computing-toyota-motors-2012-11 Flickr image: Car, Mirror, Clouds by Stefano Meneghetti http://www.flickr.com/photos/meneghetti/1995380556 IT moving from supporting business to helping grow it
  18. 18. @joiningdots Potential for new productivity gains Ability to change beats irrelevance Plan – Build - Run Plan – Organise - Monitor WHAT CHANGES?
  19. 19. DECISIONS
  20. 20. @joiningdots CLOUD-BASED VS CLOUD-NATIVE Cloud-based services retain some functionality offline and auto-sync on reconnect
  21. 21. @joiningdots CLOUD-BASED VS CLOUD-NATIVE Cloud-native solutions require an Internet connection to participate. * SharePoint does include some sync capabilities
  22. 22. @joiningdots ONLINE VS HYBRID Committing 100% to online services creates the simplest most agile service. But the trade off is reduced functionality
  23. 23. @joiningdots ONLINE VS HYBRID Hybrid solutions mixing online with on-premise offer richness of capabilities but the trade-off is increased cost and complexity
  24. 24. @joiningdots PLATFORM VS BESPOKE Sticking with platform capabilities can drive significant efficiency gains through simplicity
  25. 25. @joiningdots PLATFORM VS BESPOKE If competitive advantage is dependent on innovation, bespoke solutions are likely to deliver more value
  26. 26. @joiningdots VENDOR PRIORITIES “In my customer meetings over the last few months, people have often asked, "What should I use for social? Yammer or the SharePoint newsfeed?" My answer has been clear: Go Yammer!” Jared Spataro,Microsoft (March 2013) Vendors also face competition that will influence development priorities. Their recommendations may not always align
  27. 27. @joiningdots YOUR PRIORITIES Single Office 365 identity Office web apps integration IL-2 Certification SharePoint Newsfeed Yammer ✗ ✗ ✗ Yammer is technically superior to SharePoint newsfeeds for social scenarios but external factors may influence your options Due Spring 2014 Due Autumn 2013 ?? ✓ ✓ ✓ Source: Microsoft http://blogs.office.com/b/sharepoint/archive/2013/03/19/yammer-and- sharepoint-enterprise-social-roadmap-update.aspx
  28. 28. @joiningdots Always connected? Align to the pace of change External factors controlling options DECISIONS
  29. 29. GUIDELINES
  30. 30. @joiningdots THE LANDSCAPE HAS CHANGED Image: http://www.go-gulf.com/60seconds.jpg When the video was created in 2000, many of these sites didn’t even exist..
  31. 31. @joiningdots ‘CLOUD FIRST’ / ‘MOBILE FIRST’ Quarterly Updates Product Line Architecture (PLA) Service Subscription Many industries, not just technology vendors, are already changing strategies
  32. 32. @joiningdots THE SHIFT IS INEVITABLE “My staff will not be using email” Alan Sugar, 1993 Easy to mock in hindsight…
  33. 33. @joiningdots THE SHIFT IS INEVITABLE “My staff will not be using tablets” How long will that last?
  34. 34. @joiningdots ALIGN TO ORGANISATION NEEDS Different organisations will move at different speeds. Align to your rate of change, not the preferences of others
  35. 35. @joiningdots KNOW YOUR TECHNOLOGY MANDATE 40% of our client base using SharePoint are not getting the value they expected from it – Gartner Source: Gartner CIO Symposium, October 2012 Is that a failed IT project or failed business transformation? If seeking to change behvaiours, it’s never just about technology…
  36. 36. @joiningdots Mobile Economic Time 30 extra days per year Economic Uncertainties suit agile systems Global Data Centre Economics enable efficiency and innovation gains THE INEVITABLE SHIFT TO ONLINE SERVICES
  37. 37. Sharon Richardson Joining Dots sharonr@joiningdots.net www.joiningdots.com | sharepointsharon.com

Editor's Notes

  • http://blogs.office.com/b/sharepoint/archive/2013/03/19/yammer-and-sharepoint-enterprise-social-roadmap-update.aspx

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