Todays topic is and yourpresenters areRoger ChesterPeter Bodley-ScottThales Tsailas
Think about this before you goany further
This is what we will look at today 1. What cloud computing is 2. Why we should do it 3. How quick and easy it is
What cloud computing is n’t
Doing it for real
Before
After
What’s left
Where our data lives
The Business Process
2013           2014        2015        2016        Total                             £               £          £         ...
Financial Savings£40,000£35,000£30,000£25,000£20,000                                  Servers£15,000                      ...
The proven benefits of cloudcomputing
Saves money
How long did it take?
Timescale12 July       28 August   1 October 2012           2012        2012
The Key – ManagingRelationships
Take stock
Software
Hardware
Take stock again and find outwhat you missed the first timeand then do it again
Microsoft Donated Licences from CTX Office 2010 Microsoft Publisher Microsoft MapPoint Windows Server                     ...
This is what we have learned 1. Moving to the cloud is a no brainer 2. Moving to the cloud saves money 3. Moving to the cl...
My Charity is larger than LionHeartYou may have more users but LionHeart hasTwo CRM systems with 250,000 records inAn SQL ...
1A - The Cloud: Was it manna from heaven or just a tin of rice pudding? Roger Chester & Peter Bodley Scott
1A - The Cloud: Was it manna from heaven or just a tin of rice pudding? Roger Chester & Peter Bodley Scott
1A - The Cloud: Was it manna from heaven or just a tin of rice pudding? Roger Chester & Peter Bodley Scott
1A - The Cloud: Was it manna from heaven or just a tin of rice pudding? Roger Chester & Peter Bodley Scott
1A - The Cloud: Was it manna from heaven or just a tin of rice pudding? Roger Chester & Peter Bodley Scott
1A - The Cloud: Was it manna from heaven or just a tin of rice pudding? Roger Chester & Peter Bodley Scott
1A - The Cloud: Was it manna from heaven or just a tin of rice pudding? Roger Chester & Peter Bodley Scott
1A - The Cloud: Was it manna from heaven or just a tin of rice pudding? Roger Chester & Peter Bodley Scott
1A - The Cloud: Was it manna from heaven or just a tin of rice pudding? Roger Chester & Peter Bodley Scott
1A - The Cloud: Was it manna from heaven or just a tin of rice pudding? Roger Chester & Peter Bodley Scott
1A - The Cloud: Was it manna from heaven or just a tin of rice pudding? Roger Chester & Peter Bodley Scott
1A - The Cloud: Was it manna from heaven or just a tin of rice pudding? Roger Chester & Peter Bodley Scott
1A - The Cloud: Was it manna from heaven or just a tin of rice pudding? Roger Chester & Peter Bodley Scott
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1A - The Cloud: Was it manna from heaven or just a tin of rice pudding? Roger Chester & Peter Bodley Scott

  1. 1. Todays topic is and yourpresenters areRoger ChesterPeter Bodley-ScottThales Tsailas
  2. 2. Think about this before you goany further
  3. 3. This is what we will look at today 1. What cloud computing is 2. Why we should do it 3. How quick and easy it is
  4. 4. What cloud computing is n’t
  5. 5. Doing it for real
  6. 6. Before
  7. 7. After
  8. 8. What’s left
  9. 9. Where our data lives
  10. 10. The Business Process
  11. 11. 2013 2014 2015 2016 Total £ £ £ £ £Capital expenditureSQL server 14,000 14,000 28,000Exchange server 12,000 12,000Terminal server 12,000 12,000Domain controller 14,000 14,000Snap server 3,000 3,000Hyper V server 5,000 5,000Total 17,000 19,000 24,000 14,000 74,000Revenue expenditureMaintenance 9,000 9,000 9,000 27,000Spam filtering 2,160 2,160 2,160 2,160 8,640Total 2,160 11,160 11,160 11,160 35,640Grand total 19,160 30,160 35,160 25,160 109,640HostingRevenue expenditureonlySet up 3,159 3,159Hosting fee 8,436 12,654 12,654 12,654 46,398Licences 2,156 2,156Data migration 5,462 5,462Additional BroadBand Line 1,600 2,400 2,400 2,400 8,800Grand total 20,812 15,054 15,054 15,054 65,974Savings -1,652 15,106 20,106 10,106 43,666Cumulative savings -1,652 13,454 33,560 43,666
  12. 12. Financial Savings£40,000£35,000£30,000£25,000£20,000 Servers£15,000 Cloud£10,000 £5,000 £0 Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4
  13. 13. The proven benefits of cloudcomputing
  14. 14. Saves money
  15. 15. How long did it take?
  16. 16. Timescale12 July 28 August 1 October 2012 2012 2012
  17. 17. The Key – ManagingRelationships
  18. 18. Take stock
  19. 19. Software
  20. 20. Hardware
  21. 21. Take stock again and find outwhat you missed the first timeand then do it again
  22. 22. Microsoft Donated Licences from CTX Office 2010 Microsoft Publisher Microsoft MapPoint Windows Server £50,000 for free! Exchange Server SQL Server Terminal Server
  23. 23. This is what we have learned 1. Moving to the cloud is a no brainer 2. Moving to the cloud saves money 3. Moving to the cloud helps the environment
  24. 24. My Charity is larger than LionHeartYou may have more users but LionHeart hasTwo CRM systems with 250,000 records inAn SQL based Finance SystemRemote usersLocal and network scanningDon’t forget no user training required only anew network login

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