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  • Licklider wanted “everyone on the globe to interconnect and access programs/data from any site”

    Computerweekly.com. (2010). The history of cloud computing. Retrieved from http://www.computerweekly.com/Articles/2009/06/10/235429/A-history-of-cloud-computing.htm
  • “Amazon Web Services in 2002, which provided a suite of cloud-based services including storage, computation and even human intelligence through the Amazon Mechanical Turk.”

    EC2 is a commercial web service renting computers to small companies on which to run their applications.
    Computerweekly.com. (2010). The history of cloud computing. Retrieved from http://www.computerweekly.com/Articles/2009/06/10/235429/A-history-of-cloud-computing.htm

  • Pew Internet. (2010). The future of cloud computing. Retrieved from http://pewinternet.org/Reports/2010/The-future-of-cloud-computing/Overview.aspx
  • http://pewinternet.org/Reports/2010/The-future-of-cloud-computing/Overview.aspx
  • PewInternet
  • Burling d cloudcomputing

    1. 1. Diffusion of Innovations Diane Burling Walden University EDUC 8841 Diffusion and Integration of Technology in Education Fall 2010
    2. 2.  Proper and affordable  Accessibility
    3. 3.  Sold on demand, typically by the minute or the hour;  Elastic -- a user can have as much or as little of a service as they want at any given time; and the service is fully managed by the provider (the consumer needs nothing but a personal computer and Internet access)
    4. 4.  Dates back to 1960, JCR Licklider; also computer scientist John Mccarthy  2.Internet hosting services expand on what is already in place- provide hosting services:  Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS)  Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS)  Software-as-a-Service (SaaS).  Sold on demand, elastic, no managing required by user
    5. 5.  Privacy Issues  Compliance  Legal  Open source/standards  Security  Availability/performance  Sustainability  Clients
    6. 6.  Public cloud  Community cloud  Hybrid cloud  Private cloud  Billed as a utility
    7. 7. •Advanced Research Projects Agency Network developer, JCR Licklider, 1969 •Intergalactic computer network suggested Beginning phase Knowledge •John McCarthy, computer scientist proposed computation delivery as a public utility Continuing credit •Salesforce.com in 1999 •Delivery of applications over the Internet Persuasion and Decision begins
    8. 8. Phases… Implementation phase •Amazon Web Services 2002 using cloud-based services for storage, computation and human intelligence using Amazon Mechanical Turk • Amazon Elastic Compute cloud (EC2) •Web 2.0, Google, Google Apps Confirmation phase •Development of high speed, virtualization technologies •Virtually anything can be delivered via from the cloud
    9. 9. 1960 1990 2000 2010 S-Curve Cloud Computing Idea Implementation Diffusion
    10. 10.  IT Professionals  Ease of Use & Implementation  No upgrade of equipment  Use what is needed  Accessibility  Affordability
    11. 11.  Fear of new innovation  Fear of technology  Fear of the unknown…  Training and support  Hands on help by IT and Super-Users
    12. 12. “Facilitating the flow of innovations … …matching the clients needs.” (Rogers, 2003, p.368) 1. Assessing the need for change. 2. Establish relationship with users. 3. What’s wrong with the old way of doing it? 4. Motivate and generate interest! 5. Guided influence for change. 6. Reinforce the message- we did this because.. 7. Shift clients to self-reliance roles (Rogers, 2003).
    13. 13. Who is Using this Cloud?  Social networking sites  500 million people using Facebook  Webmail services like  Hotmail and Yahoo mail  Microblogging and blogging services such as Twitter and WordPress,  Video-sharing sites like YouTube  Picture-sharing sites such as Flickr,  Document and applications sites like Google Docs, social- bookmarking sites like Delicious  Business sites like eBay  Rating and commenting sites such as Yelp and TripAdvisor.
    14. 14.  “By 2020, most people won't do their work with software running on a general-purpose PC. Instead, they will work in Internet-based applications such as Google Docs, and in applications run from smartphones. Aspiring application developers will develop for smartphone vendors and companies that provide Internet-based applications, because most innovative work will be done in that domain, instead of designing applications that run on a PC operating system.” (PewInternet, 2010)
    15. 15.  It is easy and convenient  Accessible from anywhere  Information can be shared with anyone  Information is not lost if computer crashes  Decreased expenses for hardware  Less dependency on IT professionals  Private clouds eliminate security concerns
    16. 16.  Computerweekly.com. (2010). The history of cloud computing. Retrieved from http://www.computerweekly.com/Articles/2009/06/10/235429/A-history-of- cloud-computing.htm  Pew Internet. (2010). The future of cloud computing. Retrieved from http://pewinternet.org/Reports/2010/The-future-of-cloud- computing/Overview.aspx  Searchcloudcomputing.com. (2010). Retrieved fromhttp://searchcloudcomputing.techtarget.com/sDefinition/0,,sid201_gci12878 81,00.html  Wikipedia. (2010). Cloud computing. Retrieved fromhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cloud_computing#History  Youtube Video. (2010). The state of cloud computing. Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QeYPsmSMONs