9MDEC : Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC) nowMSC MalaysiaPhase 3: Target Export to other countries:– Primary: Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand– Secondary: China Middle EastIT spending in 2012 is US$5.2bnMalaysia
10Positioning as a ICT hub for this regionNot much change after AEC 2015IT spending in 2012 is $6.4bnICT manpower 141,300 (2010)Infocomm-savvy workforce and globallycompetitive infocomm manpower to driveeconomic competitivenessBoost the number of infocomm jobs by 55,000 toabout 170,000 by 2015Singapore
11VietnamPositioning as an outsourcing hubIT spending in 2012 is US$2.53bn; software$222 mn.Strong support from the governmentLabors of IT Industry 250,290 (2010)New enrollment of IT students in universityreached 50,000 in 2011.
12IndonesiaOne of the fastest growing economyNeed more ICT professionalsa compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 17%over the 2011- 2015 periodAttracted by many other countries; in and outsideASEANIT spending in Indonesia is expected to reachUS$11.5 billion by 2016
13PhilippinesThe number one BPO location in the world.The IT/Business Process Outsourcing (BPO)industry, is already a very important factor ineconomy with over half a million full-timeemployees, between 4% and 5% contribution toGDPICT/BPO sector generated annual revenues ofUS$11 billion in 2011
14PhilippinesExceed 900,000 FTE in IT/BPO industry by 2016,from 525,000 in 2010;Over 50% of IT/BPO business is non-voice relatedby 2016, from 20% in 2010;Increased number of IT graduates to 60,000 by2016, up from 38,809 in 2009
38ทักษะที่จำเป็นCloud Computing Technical skillsMobile app development and managementEnterprise architecture and business needsanalysisProject management skillsSecurity and complianceData integration/Big Data and analysis skillsContract and vendor negotiationBusiness and financial skillsSource: Forbe 2012
39Cloud Computing Technical skillsCloud Deployment / ManagementVirtualizationCloud Data Center SkillJava / .NET and others on building Cloud appsCloud / PaaS / IaaS / SaaSKnowledge of open-source tools and languages
40Mobile app development and managementIOS / Android / Windows Phone Native AppDevelopmentHTML 5Enterprise App StoreMobile Device Management
41Enterprise architecture andbusiness needs analysisEnterprise Architecture; e.g. TOGAFService Oriented Architecture (SOA)Able to work with the business, speak thelanguage of business, as well as work with ITprofessionals
42Project management skillsCloud computing offers end-users the potentialto run wild with new requests for services,effective project management skills are neededSoftware EngineeringAgile, CMMI, etc.
43Security and complianceSecurity has long been a concern of IT leaders,and demand for specialized securityprofessionalsCloud SecurityMobile SecurityCompliance: Sarbanes-Oxley, HIPAA
44Data integration/Big Dataand analysis skillsBig Data from Cloud: Volume, Velocity, VarietyBig data is one of the top priorities.Business Intelligence SkillsData warehouseBig Data Middleware: HadoopNoSQL Database: Mongo DB, etc.
45Contract and vendor negotiationWorking with cloud providersVendor negotiating skills will be a must.Able to negotiate service-level agreements,availability.Able to read the fine print in vendors’ contracts
46Business and financial skillsCloud computing proponents need to be able tomake the business case for a cloud deploymentAable to build a return on investment (ROI)case, and monitor and make judgment calls onmetrics based on business performance versusthe costs of supporting or subscribing to thecloud.