In many of the scenes, we see the power of software and technology facilitating connections. Microsoft is innovating on a range of technologies to enable these kinds of scenarios. For example in one scene, a group of co-workers is conducting a meeting and reviewing their project status. They are using remote collaboration software that integrates with digital recording technologies, speech recognition, content management and authoring tools. The software they are using takes advantage of low-cost camera, sensor and display technologies, enabling remote attendees to participate virtually as if they were present in the same room. Also, we see dynamic, real-time data simulations that allow the team to understand and affect complex changes in their projects to make better, faster decisions about their project.Today: optimizing the physical environment for meeting formats effective content sharing in remote meeting Tomorrow: interactive, multi-touch table, wall display surfaces and integrated camera systems allow users to collaborate remotely as easily as if they were together in the same room object and device recognition technologies will make the sharing of content and information as simple as dragging from one device screen to anotherMicrosoft innovates on…communication and collaboration software with speech recognition and digital recording technologies (telepresence)content management and authoring toolsFederated IDsLow-cost sensor and display technologiesmulti-user natural user interfacesintegrated, digital workspaces Imagine –the meeting itself is an intelligent participant. Accepting communications, monitoring resources, organizing content and managing the physical environment. You walk into a meeting room and pick up last’s week brainstorm session right were you left off. As you sit down, meeting documents from the previous session populate your personal workspace on the table display in front of you. The wall display repopulates with notes, charts and presentations your co-workers were sharing. You’re able to quickly review highlights of the last session and continue the discussion without missing a beat.
In the future, more and more public meeting spaces will be offering the same features we come to expect from offices: connectivity to corporate data & information, displays and communications tools. In the video, we see a meeting between a project manager and her client. We see how the recent communication history is displayed in a shared, secure workspace, quickly guiding our project manager to review the critical project design change. Authentication is aided by simple objects, his key in this instance. Today: syncing of files across devices and networks secure, role-based file access and sharing in public meeting spaces seamless connectivity across networksTomorrow: wherever you are, you have the software, information, displays and rich collaboration tools you need more compact and powerful mobile devices manage connectivity across networks and sync data automatically for offline use software is context aware and can take advantage of available input & output peripheralsMicrosoft innovates on…communication & collaboration tools & services supporting public meeting environmentssecurity & authentication for active workspacesactivity-centric workflow and role-based content accessrich data visualizationcontext-based communication historysecure, ad-hoc device partnershipsImagine – easily sharing role-based content by a “circle of trust” in a flex-work environment that offers everything you’d expect from your office. A simple biometric authentication provides access to critical project data. You can leverage the public displays to review designs changes in real-time.
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26-11-2009<br />‘ICT in de wolken’<br />Peter de Haas<br />Online Strategy Manager<br />firstname.lastname@example.org<br />
Microsoft's online Evolutie<br />1997<br />1999<br />2007<br />1996<br />2009+<br />Microsoft Online Services<br />MicrosoWindows Azure<br />Office Web Apps<br />Introductie Messenger (700.000 gebruikers na 6 dagen)<br />Hotmail, door Microsoft gekocht (toen 8 miljoen gebruikers)<br />Introductie MSN, netwerk met internet diensten. In 1996 reeds 1 miljoen gebruikers.<br />2007: Halo Xbox Live versie, in de eerste week gespeeld door 2,7 miljoen spelers, de eerste dag na de lancering is er 3,6 miljoen uur online gespeeld.<br />http://www.comscore.com/Press_Events/Press_Releases/2009/11/Microsoft_Sites_Captures_Largest_Share_of_Time_Spent_Online_Worldwide<br />
New aspects in Cloud Computing<br />Source: Above the Clouds: A Berkeley View of Cloud Computing <br />
Business Productivity Online Services (BPOS)<br />Bedrijfssoftware, <br />aangeboden als een pakket van online services, <br />gehost door Microsoft, als abonnement verkocht met partners<br />http://www.microsoft.com/online/<br />
KeuzevoorFlexibiliteit en Controle<br />Eigen datacenter<br />Hosted Service<br />Business Intelligence<br />Unified Communications And Collaboration<br />Enterprise Content Management<br />Schaalbaarheid, dynamiek en voorspelbarekosten<br />Volledigeigendom<br />en controle<br />Website and Security Framework<br />Open XML File Formats<br />Business Data Catalog<br />Extensible UI<br />Workflow<br />Search<br />Secured, Well-Managed Infrastructure<br />http://www.microsoft.com/online/<br />
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