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Chan presentation final

  1. 1. IT  Transforma+on  Update  New  York  State  Office  for  Technology  NYS  Forum  Monthly  Mee1ng  January  13,  2012    
  2. 2. TOPICS   •  IT  Transforma1on  –  the  “Doing-­‐It-­‐Together”  Way     •  Think  Big  and  Act  SMART       •  Use  Data  to  Make  Decisions   •  Embrace  the  Core  Values:  WE  WORK  FOR  THE   PEOPLE;  with  Performance,  Integrity    and  Pride    
  3. 3.    Four  IT  Transforma1on  Projects       1.  Statewide  Email  Consolida1on     2.  Enterprise  Iden1ty  and  Access  Management       3.  Converged  Network  Services       4.  Data  Center  Consolida1on  with  BC  Capability  
  4. 4.    The  Doing-­‐It  -­‐Together  Way     •  4  Workgroups  including  120+  Subject  Ma^er  Experts   from  State  Agencies  Met  Weekly  for  17  Weeks   •  Established  Asset  Inventory  &  Requirements     •  3  RFIs  with  71  Responses     •  Advisory  Commi^ee  with  15  CIOs  Met  Weekly  for  2   Months       •  Recommenda1ons  Being  Finalized  
  5. 5.    Data  Centers  Frozen  in  Time     •  50  Loca1ons   •  150,000  sq.  e.  (~30%   Occupied)     •  9,800  Server  Instances   •  2  PBytes  Storage   •  S1ll  Relying  on  Manual  Tape   Backup   •  Limited  DR  capability  
  6. 6.    Networks  Convergence  Can  Drive  Simplifica1on       •  ~3,000  Sites  With   Different  Bandwidths   •  150,000  LAN  Ports   Being  Managed  By   Different  Service   Providers   •  125,000  Telephones   •  Some  VOIP  &  Video   Conference  Capabili1es  
  7. 7.    Disparate  and  End-­‐of-­‐Support  Systems     Notes   Others   6%   8%   GroupWise   19%   Exchange   67%   •  ~152,000  Users   •  No  Uniform  Iden1ty  and  Experience   •  Limited  Archiving  Capability   •  Collabora1on  Restricted  by  Walls    
  8. 8.    Some  Successes  in  eIAM     FICAM  Model   NYSDS  ~  2.2M   DTF  ~  1.1M   myDMV  ~  342,000   SED  ~  500,000    
  9. 9.    In  Cloud  We  Trust?     Fault   Benefits   Tolerant   Elas1c     Fungible   Consumeriza1on   Challenges   Security     Control     Accountability  
  10. 10.    Cloud  Compu1ng  for  NYS?     h?p://www.cio.ny.gov/assets/documents/FindYourSilverLining.pdf  
  11. 11.    Cloud  is  Ubiquitous…     The  Perspec1ve  of  Consumers  
  12. 12.    Opportuni1es  in  Networks  Convergence     •  Be^er  Services  Through  Centralized  Management     •  Holis1c  End-­‐to-­‐End  View   •  Clear  En1tlement   •  Rapid  Response  to  Emergence  Situa1ons     •  Faster  Time  to  Market  Innova1ve  Applica1ons   •  Mobility   •  Tele-­‐presence     •  Be^er  Cost  Containment  to  Handle  Ever-­‐Increasing   Demand  for  Bandwidth    
  13. 13.  WAN  Landscape  of  Remote  Sites       1800    $1,000,000     1600    $900,000     1529   1400    $800,000      $700,000     #  of  Remote  Sites   1200    $600,000     1000   Cost    $500,000     800   COST    $400,000     600    $300,000     400   287    $200,000     188   182   200   163   137   104    $100,000     0    $-­‐     1.5  Mb   56k   100  Mb   10  Mb   T1   2  Mb   1  Gb   Ethernet   Ethernet   Ethernet   Ethernet   Ethernet  
  14. 14.    Opportuni1es  for  Public-­‐Private  Partnerships?    
  15. 15.    Adver1sed  ISP  for  100  –  1,000  Mbps      
  16. 16.    Plus  10  –  25  Mbps…      
  17. 17. Questions?A  NEW  PERSPECTIVE  ON  IT  LEADERSHIP  &  SERVICE  MANAGEMENT    New  York  State  Office  for  Technology  CIO  Council  Quarterly  Mee1ng  December  7,  2011  

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