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A Brief and Colorful History of Technology in Business

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A look back at the amazing developments that have taken place over the past 20 years in technology development and IT management; where we are now, and what IT leaders need to focus on in the months ahead.

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  • Hey Heath -- I'd say all of those things, and leadership too. CIOs need to be at the front of evaluating consumer and social apps for use in the enterprise, figuring out ways to give employees the functionality and experiences they have access to so easily and cheaply outside the corporate environment but with all the necessary security and compliance built in.
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  • Would love to see what you said over the slides, but you can get the general gist. I think one of the most interesting things is the consumerization of IT. As IT tools services become more people-friendly, what's the role of the IT professional? Management, maintenance, compliance, security?
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A Brief and Colorful History of Technology in Business

  1. 1. Technology in Business A Brief & Colorful History … and some musings about the future Abbie Lundberg, Lundberg Media lundbergmedia.com
  2. 3. 1987 PC installed base 19 87 35 million 19 97 126 million >1 billion 20 08
  3. 4. Cost of storing 1 megabyte 19 99 1 Megabyte: a small novel OR a 3.5 inch floppy disk of information 19 87 20 07 >$50 17¢ 1/10 of 1¢
  4. 5. Internet stocks explode; some rising 500% 19 98
  5. 8. 20 01
  6. 9. Anna Kournikova Code Red Nimda 20 01
  7. 10. Scandal!
  8. 11. Sarbanes- Oxley 20 02
  9. 12. 20 03
  10. 14. Today’s Business Realities <ul><li>Economic crisis </li></ul><ul><li>Shifting business models </li></ul><ul><li>Digital natives & consumer IT </li></ul><ul><li>Globalization </li></ul>OPPORTUNITY
  11. 15. economic uncertainty Photo: shutterhack
  12. 19. Photo by MonkeySimon Photo: dno1967 Photo: crazytales582 Photo: F33
  13. 20. IT Budget Cuts Q: Will your overall IT budget increase, decrease or remain the same in the next 12 months compared to the past 12 months? Decrease Increase Remain the Same 53% 20% 27% 40% 26% 34% 17% 63% 20% 26% 48% 26% January 2009 October 2008 July 2008 March 2008 Source: CIO Magazine IT Budget & Staffing Survey, Feb. 2009
  14. 21. Shifting Business Models
  15. 22. IT Investment Priorities Q: What will be the primary focus of your investments in the next 12 months? Enable business process innovation 33% Create top line revenue growth 21% Manage IT infrastructure more efficiently 23% Lower the operating cost of IT 23% January 2009 June 2008 Enable business process innovation 38% Create topline revenue rowth 21% Manage IT infrastructure more efficiently 19% Lower the operating cost of IT 22% Source: CIO Magazine IT Budget & Staffing Survey, Feb. 2009
  16. 23. Digital Natives
  17. 24. The Consumerization of I.T.
  18. 25. business is global and digital
  19. 26. innovation risk
  20. 27. TCO* = 0 *Total Cost of Ownership
  21. 28. Innovate for the rebound <ul><li>Consumer technologies & “public” infrastructure </li></ul><ul><li>Cloud computing & software as a service </li></ul><ul><li>Collaboration & social computing </li></ul><ul><li>Open source </li></ul><ul><li>Green data centers </li></ul><ul><li>Business intelligence </li></ul><ul><li>Customer, customer, customer </li></ul>
  22. 29. Thank You Abbie Lundberg [email_address]

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