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Personal Cloud


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Presentation at Software Park 19 Dec 2012

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Personal Cloud

  1. 1. Personal CloudAssoc.Prof. Dr. Thanachart NumnondaDirectorSoftware Park Thailand19 December 2012 1
  2. 2. Gartner Technology Trends 2013 2
  3. 3. Personal CloudPersonal cloud will gradually replace the PC asthe location where individuals keep their personalcontent, access their services and personalpreferences and center their digital lives.The unique collection of services, Webdestinations and connectivity that will become thehome of their computing and communicationactivities. 3
  4. 4. Hybrid IT and Cloud ComputingCloud will increasingly be hybrid, managed, andbrokered.Taking private clouds and building a managementplatform for them, and then using that to manageboth internal and external services. 4
  5. 5. 5Source: wikipedia
  6. 6. Personal Cloud : Replacing PC The era of the personal cloud. The specifics of devices will become less important for the organization to worry about. Users will use a collection of devices, with the PC remaining one of many options, but no one device will be the primary hub. Access to the cloud and the content stored or shared in the cloud will be managed and secured, rather than solely focusing on the device itself. 6Source :Gartner
  7. 7. Public/Personal Clouds refers to consumer-oriented cloud services, such as, Dropbox, iCloud, and Evernote, targeted at individual users. provides simple services, such as file, picture, notes, and content sharing, between devices. Most users who sync files between two or more devices and computers find huge value in these services 7Source :Get ready for the personal cloud
  8. 8. Public Personal Cloud 8
  9. 9. Google Calendar 9
  10. 10. Dropbox 10
  11. 11. Picasa 11
  12. 12. Private Personal Cloud 12
  13. 13. Personal Cloud 13Source :
  14. 14. Personal Cloud : Data You decide which data to store, which to delete or modify. While your data is accessible over the network, nobody can access or use your data without your permission. You decide which data you share with whom and when to revoke that privilege. PC: You decide which data to store, which to delete or modify. You decide which data you copy, print out, or e-mail to whom. 14Source :
  15. 15. Personal Cloud : Apps You decide which apps from which vendors you use with your data. PC: You decide which apps from which vendors to install, use or uninstall. You decide which apps to use with which data. 15Source :
  16. 16. Personal Cloud : Terms You define your own terms of service for anybody interacting with the data or the apps on your personal cloud. You can easily move your personal cloud to a competing hosting vendor if you so desire. PC: You decide when to turn your computer on and off. Nobody can use your computer, your data or your apps, unless you let them. You can easily exchange one vendors hardware with anothers if you so desire.. 16Source :
  17. 17. Personal Cloud : Peripherals The set of personal devices that are "hooked up" via the personal cloud, i.e., registered with and permissioned to use the personal cloud (e.g., laptop, smartphone, smartTV, smartcar, life tracking device, blood pressure monitor etc.). PC: The set of devices that are "hooked up" to the PC in order to input and output data (e.g., keyboard, mouse, microphone, printer, scanner, etc.). 17Source :
  18. 18. Personal Cloud : Network(s) What the personal cloud is connected to in order to communicate with other personal clouds and servers to exchange messages and share data. This is not just the Internet, but will include one or more trusted data interchange networks designed expressly for personal cloud connections.. PC: What the PC is connected to in order to communicate with other PCs and servers to exchange messages and share data. For most PCs, this is a local network connected to the Internet. 18Source :
  19. 19. Personal Cloud : Services Services accessed over a network. These services are typically closed systems accessed through an API. Personal Clouds connect voluntarily to services.. PC: Services accessed over a network. These services were typically of the MainFrame variety. Computers connect voluntarily to services.. 19Source :
  20. 20. Megatrend No. 1: Consumerization You Aint Seen Nothing Yet. Users are more technologically savvy and have very different expectations of technology. The Internet and social media have empowered and emboldened users. The rise of powerful, affordable mobile devices changes the equation for users. Users have become innovators. 20Source :Gartner
  21. 21. Megatrend No. 2: Virtualization Changing How the Game Is Played. Virtualization has, to some extent, freed applications from the peculiarities of individual devices, operating systems or even processor architectures. This provides low-power devices access to much- greater processing power. 21Source :Gartner
  22. 22. Megatrend No. 3: App-ification From Applications to Apps. the way that applications are designed, delivered and consumed by users changes. raise the prospect of greater cross-platform portability. One application can now be exposed in multiple ways and used in varying situations by the user. 22Source :Gartner
  23. 23. Megatrend No. 4: The Ever-Available Self-Service Cloud Every user can now have a scalable and nearly infinite set of resources available for whatever they need to do. Users can now store their virtual workspace or digital personality online. Users demand to make their own choices about applications, services and content, selecting from a nearly limitless collection on the Internet. 23Source :Gartner
  24. 24. Megatrend No. 5: The Mobility Shift Wherever and Whenever You Want. Today, mobile devices combined with the cloud can fulfill most computing tasks, and any tradeoffs are outweighed in the minds of the user by the convenience and flexibility provided by the mobile devices. Touch- and gesture-based user experiences, coupled with speech and contextual awareness, are enabling rich interaction with devices and a much greater level of freedom. 24Source :Gartner
  25. 25. Consumers spend over $2 trillion a year on content, devices and services, and the emergence of personal clouds reflects their desire to access content on any device without complications or restrictions. 25Source :Gartner
  26. 26. By 2014, the personal cloud will replace the personal compute. 26Source :Gartner
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