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Leading Your Business To Success & The Cloud

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New technologies are changing the way people work with each other, their organization’s partners, and their customers. Employee expectations have grown and are being met by innovation that delivers greater accessibility, lower costs, and faster results. The catch? Organizations and employees need to understand, adopt, and use these new technologies that are powered by the cloud or risk being outpaced by new competitors and changes in the marketplace.

Join Richard Harbridge, in this insightful Keynote session, as he shares first-hand experience and advice on the practical application of Microsoft’s cloud technology, why and how the cloud is providing significant business value in organizations today, and what successful organizations are doing to maximize the impact Office 365 can provide.

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Leading Your Business To Success & The Cloud

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  2. 2. RICHARD HARBRIDGE My twitter handle is @RHarbridge, blog is http://RHarbridge.com, and I work at SPEAKER | AUTHOR | SUPER FRIENDLY
  3. 3. @RHARBRIDGE WARNING: IT MAY BE HARD TO KEEP UP… Slides are on http://www.SlidesShare.net/RHarbridge {It’s okay!}
  4. 4. WE WANT TO BE BETTER THAN AVERAGE… Many orgs are successful, but what about those really successful cases?
  5. 5. is technology changing? Why? Why LEADINGYOURBUSINESSTO SUCCESS&THECLOUD…
  6. 6. ARE YOU READY FOR TODAY’S DEMANDS? What about tomorrows demands? Are you ready for those?
  7. 7. USERS WORK ANYWHERE… By 2016 40% of the workforce will be mobile - Gartner
  8. 8. Flexible work is prevalent – rethink your definition of a mobile worker. USERS WORK ANYTIME…
  9. 9. USERS WORK ON ANY DEVICE… By 2015 at least 60% of information workers will interact with content applications via a mobile device - Gartner
  10. 10. USERS WORK WITH MORE PEOPLE… We work with more people on a day-to-day basis today than ever before. 60% of employees report working with 10 or more people on a day-to-day basis. Half of these employees work with more than 20.
  11. 11. USERS WORK INSIDE & OUTSIDE OF THE ORGANIZATION… We also work with contractors, customers or partners more…
  12. 12. Why? Why Why is technology changing? invest further into cloud? LEADINGYOURBUSINESSTO SUCCESS&THECLOUD…
  13. 13. DON’T FALL BEHIND… It is more challenging to meet expectations on legacy technology.
  14. 14. CONSIDER SHAREPOINT ONLINE… An excellent way to provide easier sharing & anywhere, anytime access.
  15. 15. CONSIDER UPGRADING TO SHAREPOINT 2016 (OR AT LEAST 2013)… Public Preview Available, RTM Q2 of 2016.
  16. 16. HOW DO WE REDUCE UNCERTAINTY? We look for signs and to be informed on what route is best.
  17. 17. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Abundance Of Helpful Data 1. Area Map 2. Our Direction 3. Our Route 4. Points Of Interest 5. Our Route Risks 6. Upcoming Action 7. Distance/Time To Goal 8. Estimated Duration 9. Current Speed/Limit 10. Current Road I AM GOING TO BE YOUR GPS TODAY… Imagine you change your GPS voice settings to Richard Harbridge…
  18. 18. ROUTE 1: SHAREPOINT ONLINE The first route forward involves leveraging Office 365 and SharePoint Online.
  19. 19. Codename Infopedia ROUTE 1: SHAREPOINT ONLINE The first route forward involves leveraging Office 365 and SharePoint Online. Articles Microsites Sway TheOfficeGraph
  20. 20. NEXT COMES OFFICE 365… If you are using SharePoint Online then it makes sense to leverage Office 365…
  21. 21. Codename Infopedia ROUTE 1: SHAREPOINT ONLINE The first route forward involves leveraging Office 365 and SharePoint Online. Articles Microsites Sway TheOfficeGraph
  22. 22. HOW DOES DELVE FIT IN? Delve is an experience that presents Office Graph data to the user.
  23. 23. New profiles for users are rolling out in Office 365 Delve. NEW PROFILES…
  24. 24. Codename Infopedia ROUTE 1: SHAREPOINT ONLINE The first route forward involves leveraging Office 365 and SharePoint Online. Articles Microsites Sway TheOfficeGraph
  25. 25. SHARE MEETING RECORDINGS ON YOUR OFFICE VIDEO PORTAL… Consider PowerPoint recording with Office MIX https://mix.office.com/
  26. 26. Codename Infopedia ROUTE 1: SHAREPOINT ONLINE The first route forward involves leveraging Office 365 and SharePoint Online. Articles Microsites Sway TheOfficeGraph
  27. 27. With messaging, calendaring, file sharing, and more. CONNECT EXPERIENCES WITH OFFICE 365 GROUPS…
  28. 28. CONNECT EXPERIENCES ACROSS OFFICE 365 WITH DELVE… Based on what the user does put the best technology together to improve that.
  29. 29. One membership to rule them all? GROUPS BEHIND THE SCENES…
  30. 30. Codename Infopedia ROUTE 1: SHAREPOINT ONLINE The first route forward involves leveraging Office 365 and SharePoint Online. Articles Microsites Sway TheOfficeGraph Codename Infopedia Articles Microsites
  31. 31. INFOPEDIA… Sections, TOCs, & Entire “Infopedia” collections of articles/microsites.
  32. 32. Codename Infopedia ROUTE 1: SHAREPOINT ONLINE The first route forward involves leveraging Office 365 and SharePoint Online. Articles Microsites Sway TheOfficeGraph Codename Infopedia Articles Microsites
  33. 33. Currently Rolling Out… 1. Mobile sharing UX 2. DLP policy tips 3. New PDF experience for iOS, Android 4. Send a link from Outlook Mobile on iOS, Android 5. Save to OneDrive for Business from OWA 6. Expiration of anonymous shares What’s coming from a product experience perspective? Later This Year (Q3/4)… 1. Next-gen sync client (PC & Mac) 2. Unified web UX 3. Mobile Offline files (read- only) for iOS, Android 4. Stop/revoke sharing control 5. Company-shareable links 6. Windows 10 Universal app (including read-only offline files) Planned… 1. Offline mobile editing 2. Offline mobile folders 3. Mobile PDF annotation support for iOS, Android 4. Modern attachments for Outlook 5. Expiration of all external shares ONEDRIVE FOR BUSINESS EXPERIENCE ROADMAP…
  34. 34. Currently Rolling Out… 1. Currently rolling out 2. Auditing & Reporting (preview) 3. Disable sync on unmanaged PC’s 4. DLP Phase 2 (preview) 5. Unified OneDrive API 6. Migration API SDK 7. Office 365 Management Activity API (Auditing) 8. Storage quota control What’s coming from a Security, Compliance, and Developer perspective? Later This Year (Q3/4)… 1. Allowlist/Denylist external sharing domains 2. Archive of external sharing emails 3. Intune support for personal/business accounts 4. DLP Phase 3 5. Disable external sharing for specific users 6. Remove 20,000 file limit 7. Large file support (10Gb) Planned… 1. Unlimited Storage 2. DLP support for mobile apps 3. Cross-tenant sharing control 4. OneDrive usage reporting ONEDRIVE FOR BUSINESS ADMIN/DEV ROADMAP…
  35. 35. Codename Infopedia ROUTE 1: SHAREPOINT ONLINE The first route forward involves leveraging Office 365 and SharePoint Online. Articles Microsites Sway TheOfficeGraph
  36. 36. HOWWEMAKE DECISIONS TOGETHERHAS CHANGED… No longer combing through excel work sheets to get an update on status.
  37. 37. Codename Infopedia ROUTE 1: SHAREPOINT ONLINE The first route forward involves leveraging Office 365 and SharePoint Online. Articles Microsites Sway TheOfficeGraph
  38. 38. Codename Infopedia ROUTE 1: SHAREPOINT ONLINE The first route forward involves leveraging Office 365 and SharePoint Online. Articles Microsites Sway TheOfficeGraph
  39. 39. ROUTE 2: SHAREPOINT 2016 The second route starts with SharePoint 2016 but uses Office 365…
  40. 40. CONSIDER SHAREPOINT 2016… Features available on SharePoint Online – If they can be backported = in 2016.
  41. 41. Migration Process PreparationAssessmentMigration Testing/ Validation PostMigration For Office 365 Migrations Analyze Existing Content (Location, Quantity, Solutions) Determine Migration Priority Create New Site(s) In Office 365 Validate Content Based On Content Map/Schedule Launch New Site (w/ Training) Assess Office 365 Environment Identify Source Content To Be Migrated Determine Ownership Of Content Clean Up Content/ Content Refresh Prepare Office 365 Environment Define Content Map Owner Review Of Content (Training Opportunity) Migrate Content Based On Map/ Schedule Define Migration Schedule Approved Delete Source Content That Has Been Migrated Set Source Content To Read Only Review Feedback Resolve Issues Plan Launch Efforts HOW DO I GET TO SP 2016? Upgrade “2010 Mode” Sites to “2013 Mode” and Content DB 2013 to 2016.
  42. 42. WHAT DO WE GET WITH 2016? Starting with the management improvements…
  43. 43. WHAT DO I GET WITH SHAREPOINT 2016? From 37+18 Per LangPack MSIs/MSPs to 4 MSI/MSPs +1 Per LangPack. Smaller update footprint  Reduced number of MSI and MSP  In-place, online, installation MSI MSP
  44. 44. Increased List Threshold >5000 List Threshold Content database sizing into TB’s Content Database Size MaxFile Size 10GB and removed character restrictions MaxFile Size 100,000 site collections per content database Site Collections per Content Database 2x increase in Search scale to 500 million items Indexed Items WHAT DO I GET WITH SHAREPOINT 2016? Boundaries and limits have been improved!
  45. 45. WHAT DO I GET WITH SHAREPOINT 2016? Durable Links: Resource ID Based URLs (Remains intact w/ rename and move). User clicks docID-based durable URL … Redirect manager: based on this docID, provide the right way to get a doc Cobalt endpoint for getting file for client URL with SiteID & DocID to WOPI GuestAccess.aspx URL for WOPI
  46. 46. WHAT DO I GET WITH SHAREPOINT 2016? Real Time Telemetry: provide insights around users. Cloud powered reporting… Services Actions Usage Engagement Diagnostics
  47. 47. CONSIDER SHAREPOINT 2016… Features available on SharePoint Online – If they can be backported = in 2016.
  48. 48. Search Service Application for Cloud Storage  Unifies on-premises and cloud indexes  Provides support for Office Graph/Delve experiences on-premises  Supports Search as a Service / reduces search crawl footprint Audio text And search indexpropertiessignalsmetadata extraction and processing SEARCH SERVICE APPLICATION… Support Using Office Graph/Delve On-Premises – Available End Of Year (2015)
  49. 49. COMPLIANCE ACROSS CLOUD AND ON- PREMISES… Compliance Center (Hybrid), RMS Online, DLP, eDiscovery and Hold for Both
  50. 50. SHAREPOINT 2016 & OFFICE 365 DISTRIBUTED SITES… Following (Sites, Documents, People), Managed Metadata, Promoted Sites…
  51. 51. NEW HYBRID EXTRANET SCENARIO… Site Publishing for Internal to Internet (w/ 365 Identity Federation Services)
  52. 52. NEW HYBRID AUTOMATION… Hybrid deployment automation (scenario selection, config of pre-req & core)
  53. 53. ALL PATHS INVEST IN THE CLOUD… No matter where you invest – ensure you are investing in the cloud!
  54. 54. Effectivelymeetingexpectationsandtechnologychangescannotbedone withoutinvestinginthecloud.Evenbyhybridormodernizedon-premises. Why? Why Why is technology changing? invest further into cloud? LEADINGYOURBUSINESSTO SUCCESS&THECLOUD…
  55. 55. LEADINGYOURBUSINESSTO SUCCESS&THECLOUD… Why Why Not? aren’t we adopting it?
  56. 56. GETTING MORE PEOPLE TO USE THE TECHNOLOGY IS IMPORTANT… Often getting people to use more of the technology is just as important.
  57. 57. Scenarios Methodology Communities Resources BUILD AN ADOPTIO N PLAN…
  58. 58. REAL WORLD ADOPTION ACTIVITIES & MORE… Find great ideas for driving adoption in our latest book http://improveit.how/book
  59. 59. Scenarios Finding Someone With A Certain Expertise ◔ ● ● ◕ ◔ ◔ Ask Something, Don’t Know Whom To Ask ○ ● ◕ ◔ ◕ Do A Brainstorming Activity With My Team ◑ ● ● ◑ ◔ ● Where Should Meeting Notes Be Captured, Stored & Shared? ◕ ◕ ● ● ◔ ● Where Should I Share Video? ○ ◑ ◔ ◔ ◔ ○ ◔ ● Where Should I Share Photos? ○ ● ◕ ◑ ○ ◔ Have A Real Time Chat With A Colleague ● ◑ ○ ◑ Where Should I Put & Share Documents? ◔ ◕ ● ● ◔ ● Have A Question Related To A Document? ◔ ● ◑ ◑ ◑ ◔ ◑ Invite A Colleague To Lunch ◕ ◔ ● Provide A Note Of Congratulations/Praise ◔ ● ◔ ◑ ◕ Make An Organizational Announcement ◔ ● ◔ ◕ ◕ Remind The Team Of An Important Deadline ◑ ◔ ● ● ● Within the whitepaper we have provided guidance on 13 common scenarios… WANT MORE SCENARIO GUIDANCE?
  60. 60. DOWNLOAD THE WHEN TO USE WHAT IN OFFICE 365 ENTERPRISE USER GUIDANCE WHITEPAPER! It goes into much greater depth and can be found at WhenToUseWhat.com
  61. 61. LEADINGYOURBUSINESSTO SUCCESS&THECLOUD… Why Why Why Not? aren’t we adopting it? wouldn’t we go with MSFT?
  62. 62. Large Scale Players (League Of Their Own) Who are the vendors (and who matters)? VENDOR & TECHNOLOGY ANALYSIS… Notable Cloud Players Transitioning Players And many more…
  63. 63. DRIVERS FOR CLOUD… 40%-60% “Cooling costs will make up as much as 40% to 60% of a data center's electricity costs.” (Hype Cycle for Data Center Power and Cooling Technologies, 2014 - Gartner) 75% or More “Orgs cited ‘better in the cloud’ spam management, security reporting, less disruptions, more up to date antivirus, compliance, recovery, and efficiency keeping up to date.” 300+ People “Over 300 people focused on data privacy, including: Software Engineers, Scientists, IT Pros, Marketing and Lawyers.” - Microsoft There should be little debate that the public cloud is the eventual future for almost every organization in the world.
  64. 64. Without the considerable investments and scale required – vendors will lose to the emerging price war as costs continue to decrease. WHY SCALE MATTERS… 2000+ People “Microsoft has over 2000 people in cloud infrastructure engineering and operations with 30,000+ software engineers involved in cloud- based activities.“ 19 Billion “Microsoft has invested over 19 billion dollars in global datacenter infrastructure.” 24 Regions “That’s more than AWS and Google COMBINED.” 600K Servers “We have over 600,000 servers in one of our Azure regions alone.” 1.4 Million “1.4 Million miles of fiber in the DCs, enough fiber to wrap around the globe 56 times.”
  65. 65. Large Scale Players (League Of Their Own) Who are the vendors (and who matters)? VENDOR & TECHNOLOGY ANALYSIS… Notable Cloud Players Transitioning Players And many more…
  66. 66. Microsoft Microsoft is the only one leading across all 3 key Cloud MQ’s (plus Virtualization). Amazon leads 2, Google is working on it, but only just became a leader in 2. BUT WAIT THERE’S MORE…
  67. 67. All compete on price and features. Scale efficiencies dictate advantage. Note the marketplace focus for both AWS & Azure. Azure 3435 vs AWS 2372… CAPABILITIES COMPARISON: IAAS… Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) Virtual Machines Compute Compute Engine
  68. 68. The pricing is DIFFERENT. This is the big thing to consider here. Also note that MSFT has a premium option. CAPABILITIES COMPARISON: DIRECT CONNECTIVITY… AWS Direct Connect ExpressRoute Direct Peering ExpressRoute Premium, which enables a single connection to fan out across Microsoft’s private network into many regions rather than having to have point-to-point connections into each region being used. Amazon uses VLAN (layer 2), MSFT uses BGP (layer 3) as does Google.
  69. 69. For distributed cloud environments. Signals and alerts based on context-correlated threat intelligence derived from vast global intelligence assets and expertise. CAPABILITIES COMPARISON: SECURITY OFFERINGS… Amazon Inspector Security Center ?
  70. 70. What about the PaaS offerings from competing vendors in this space? CAPABILITIES COMPARISON: PAAS… Elastic Beanstalk Cloud Services App Engine Force.com App Logic
  71. 71. Blob Storage Storage wars tend to be focused on price. Hybrid has an impact here as does partner communities. CAPABILITIES COMPARISON: CLOUD STORAGE… Simple Storage Service (S3) Object Storage Cloud Storage
  72. 72. MSFT offers SQL IaaS instances and SQL Azure DB which is a PaaS service. Since SQL is such a significant portion of MSFTs business (and they are the largest database provider in enterprises) does this give them an advantage? CAPABILITIES COMPARISON: CLOUD RELATIONAL STORES (RDBMS)… Relational Database Service (RDS) Azure SQL Database Database Cloud SQL
  73. 73. SQL Data Warehouse AWS Redshift Pricing Independently adjust compute & storage. Fixed compute/ storage ratio. Elasticity Grow/Shrink in seconds. Hour to days to resize. Pause/Resume Yes. No. Hybrid Yes. No. Compatibility True SQL support No support for indexes, SQL UDFs, Stored Procedures, Constraints… SQL Data Warehouse vs Amazon Redshift (Quick Points) CAPABILITIES COMPARISON: WHICH DATA WAREHOUSE? AWS Redshift SQL Data Warehouse
  74. 74. In-memory Hekaton, SQL-like queries, and more differentiate DocDB – closer to Googles Cloud Datastore vs DynamoDB which is more like a ‘key-value store’ CAPABILITIES COMPARISON: CLOUD NON RELATIONAL STORES (NOSQL)… DynamoDB Cloud Datastore Force.com Database DocumentDB, Azure Tables
  75. 75. Microsoft and Salesforce both have identity platform offerings. Similar in approach. Microsoft is investing more on the security side with recent notable acquisitions and is still the leading identity provider (by far) for enterprises with AD on-premises today… CAPABILITIES COMPARISON: IDENTITY… Google has Identity Tools for Dev (but not a current platform player).
  76. 76. CAPABILITIES COMPARISON: MACHINE LEARNING… Azure Machine Learning, Amazon Machine Learning and Googles Prediction API are all notable machine learning offerings. Amazon focuses on (narrow) supervised machine learning scenarios, MSFT on drag and drop data pipelines (broader) applied machine learning…
  77. 77. ++ Enterprise Credibility + Industry Leader (IaaS) + Industry Leader (Cloud Storage) + Relevant In Machine Learning + Industry Leader (PaaS) + Industry Leader (SaaS) What else? + Industry Leader (Virtualization) + Industry Leader (Cloud Identity) + Industry Leader (Security Center Offering – Amazon’s Inspector is a competitor here, but not as robust in vision IMO) + Integration Leader (Logic Apps Offering) + IoT Leader (IoT offerings AWS & Google don’t have [yet] – IBM offers IoT Foundation Services within Bluemix) Knowing their strengths and weaknesses is important. 60+ PowerPoint slides of analysis at: http://bit.ly/TheCompetitivePublicCloud SUMMARY… + Enterprise Credibility ++ Industry Leader (IaaS) + Industry Leader (Cloud Storage) + Relevant In Machine Learning + Enterprise Credibility + Industry Leader (IaaS) + Industry Leader (Cloud Storage) + Relevant In Machine Learning + Industry Challenger (PaaS) + Industry Leader (SaaS)
  78. 78. LEADINGYOURBUSINESSTO SUCCESS&THECLOUD… Adoptionrequiresinvestmentandpro-activeeffort.Youhavetoprioritizeit. MicrosoftisanindustryleaderinSaaS,IaaS,PaaSandmore(safebet)… Why Why Why Not? aren’t we adopting it? wouldn’t we go with MSFT?
  79. 79. LEADINGYOURBUSINESSTO SUCCESS&THECLOUD… Why Why Not aren’t you on O365 now? Now?
  80. 80. LEADINGYOURBUSINESSTO SUCCESS&THECLOUD… Weneedtomovebeyondthewhy’sandwhynot’stotakemoreaction. Why Why Why Not aren’t you on O365 now? isn’t Azure used more now? Now?
  81. 81. YOUR ORGANIZATION CAN BE BETTER THAN AVERAGE… Let’s drive ourselves and our businesses to be better.
  82. 82. THE LEADING ORGANIZATION How do you become a leading organization? Ask the question boldly and often Why Not, Now?
  83. 83. Thank You! Organizers, SponsorsandYouformakingthispossible. 100+SharepointPresentationsAt.. Slideshare.Net/RHarbridge WhenToUseWhatWhitepaper.. WhenToUseWhat.com ImproveItBook.. ImproveIT.How/Book Office365SuccessCenter.. Success.Office.Com Message Me On LinkedIn or Email Richard@2toLead.com SPEAKER | AUTHOR | SUPER FRIENDLY Twitter: @RHarbridge. More to come on our blog at http://2toLead.com.

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