Death, Taxes & Internet Outages

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Where It's At 2013 - Phillip Anthony, Co-Operative Systems

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  • Want to show how as individuals we need to manage our way round IT in a less than perfect world ANDHow IT is increasingly revolving around us as individuals instead of the organisation
  • Then eureka a game changing moment
  • Note the 5 remotes
  • One day clever devices that sort them selves out on a universal connection and we just talk to them - ? Yes or no?
  • The Silent Office - who has that ?
  • Do this and get at least 10% more out of your life or your money back
  • Death, Taxes & Internet Outages

    1. 1. Where ITs@!Philip Anthony/Co-Operative Systems
    2. 2. “Death, Taxes & Internet Outages”Aim - Arealistic, existentialist non-paranoidrelationship withtechnology
    3. 3. No 3gInternetCase Study : Airport MeltdownCant Phoneor SMSNo PublicWiFiThe fix? – blaginto a loungeset up yetanotherhotmailaccount, sigh…The outcome ?
    4. 4. „Well How Did I Get Here?..
    5. 5. Phase II – Bringing it all back homeInternetDigital TVTIVO (BT Vision)Home Cinema + AppsWireless Keyboard & MouseInternet RadioDAS
    6. 6. Phase II – Bringing it all back home= Personal Data Centeryou cant just come round & watch TV
    7. 7. • Full Outlook & Live.com + Adobe & MsOffice• Trains & Buses & Boris Bikes & TFL• SatNav, Maps, Local Scout, Weather• BBC & Times• Bing, Google, YouTube, Wikipedia• Facebook, Linked in• Amazon, e-bay, Tesco, British Airways,• Games – Angry birds• + And there is a Phone & TxtLovin the „apps‟…Phase III - Real SmartHow many serious smart users in the house?
    8. 8. Phase III – Acts of Faith..Any others ‘early adopters’ done this yet?
    9. 9. Man in Control of his UniverseUser centric computing
    10. 10. What can possibly go wrong?Who is responsible?Who is accountable?
    11. 11. Issues & Causes of OutagesWhat happens:• Device Failure• App Failure• Internet OutageCauses:ICT industry- rush to marketLack of planningUser error – unplugging, not charging, not understandingLack of responsibility and accountabilityUsage beyond design parameters
    12. 12. X - Multiple Points for FailureXXXXXXXXXXX
    13. 13. Plan Ahead – Forusers..eg- For travelEducate onLimitationseg ADSL SLAs@ homeEducate onComplexityDouble Up• Internet• Devices• Apps• Infrastructure• DB replication• Mail archivingAvoiding Outages – IT People“I cant get email…”DR planning = Risk & Cost
    14. 14. Avoiding Outages II – Personal Planning- Communication• Bjorn Communicator• Mail me• phil@coopsys.net & pda66@live.com• Txt me• Call me• Office (all)• Mobile (key contacts)• Home (F&F&Core)
    15. 15. Avoiding Outages III – Personal Planning- Information Access• Ben Informed:• Database/Office Info• Office PC, Laptop, Telly, Phone• Internet/Apps• Phone, Office PC, Telly, LaptopThink ahead on where you will be….
    16. 16. „Down n out „– Being Realistic• 99% up time = offline 3.5 days per year• 99.9 = offline almost 9 hours per year• 99.99 = approx 1 hour per year• Most organisations, services will have an outage each year• Many outage recoveries can not be rehearsed• Home & Smart phones are more vulnerable than office services• Have a plan B & C
    17. 17. The Opportunity…
    18. 18. Death, Taxes, Internet Outages
    19. 19. Thank YouPhilip Anthony/Co-Operative SystemsMail me  - phil@coopsys.net

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