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Cloud Computing Is Changing Communication 

Cloud Computing Is Changing Communication

 

 
 
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Slide 1: Cloud Computing Is Changing How We Communicate Some ways are new, some ways you already know Rich Maggiani Solari Communication © 2009. All rights reserved.
Slide 2: Metaphor © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
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Slide 6: Wenatchee, Washington © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 7: Tampa, Florida © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 8: The Dalles, Oregon © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 9: Lenoir, North Carolina © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 10: Elk Grove Village, Illinois © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 11: Missoula, Montana © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 12: Sterling, Virginia © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 13: Tukwila, Washington © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 15: The Trail Ahead––––––> What is cloud computing Cloud services Cloud-based applications Benefits and issues A possible future © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 16: The Trail Ahead What is cloud computing Cloud services Cloud-based applications Benefits and issues A possible future © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 17: A metaphor for the Internet. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 18: A complex infrastructure of software, hardware, processing, and storage available as a service. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 19: Software you don’t own and probably never would. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 20: World’s most sophisticated supercomputers. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 21: Interconnected. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 22: And their processing power. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 23: Tens of trillions of computations per second. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 24: Available through a simple Internet connection. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 25: Who is involved? © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
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Slide 40: The Trail Ahead What is cloud computing Cloud services Cloud-based applications Benefits and issues A possible future © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 41: Storage Processing Software as a Service (SaaS) © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 42: Storage © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 43: Enormous amount. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 44: Owned and maintained by others. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 45: Savings in your time, maintenance, space requirements, and direct costs. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 46: Processing © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 47: Supercomputers. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 48: World’s fastest processors. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 49: Handle enormous storage requirements. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 50: Power few companies can afford to own. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 51: Software as a Service (SaaS) © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 52: Exactly that. Software you pay to use but don’t have installed. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 53: Access to software you would never own. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 54: Alters the basic premise. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 55: Not delivered as one huge chunk of code. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 56: Delivered as a set of individual services. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 57: Use—and learn about—only the features you need. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 58: Example: Google Maps © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 59: The Trail Ahead What is cloud computing Cloud services Cloud-based applications Benefits and issues A possible future © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 60: Some you already use © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 61: © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 62: Your text and photo are stored in the cloud. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 63: © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 64: Your messages and photos are stored in the cloud. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 65: © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 66: Your videos are stored in the cloud. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 67: © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 68: © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 69: Your photos and captions are stored in the cloud. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 70: Some you will probably use Adobe Acrobat Google Apps Lotus Notes Apple Mobile Me © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 71: © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
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Slide 87: Mail, Contacts, and Calendar © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 88: Gallery © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 89: iDisk © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 90: Me.com © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 91: © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 92: The Trail Ahead What is cloud computing Cloud services Cloud-based applications Benefits and issues A possible future © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 93: Benefits © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 94: Access to loads of software applications. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 95: No comparison shopping or purchasing your own software. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 96: No installing or upgrading your own software. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 97: Smaller, and fewer, hard drives. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 98: Cloud computing offers lower costs; © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 99: Better and faster performance; © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 100: Ability to better match software with need. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 101: Issues © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 102: Privacy. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 103: Security. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 104: Reliability. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 105: Access. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 106: Vendor choice. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 107: Portability. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 108: The Trail Ahead What is cloud computing Cloud services Cloud-based applications Benefits and issues A possible future © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 109: What it looks like © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 110: A return to dumb terminals connected to a central server. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 111: Without that direct connection. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 112: While retaining some local control. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 113: Loss of control © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 114: Where in the world is my data? © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 115: Always need a connection to do work. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 116: ‘Anointed’ services instead of ‘anointed’ applications. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 117: Forced use of open-source (read: untested) code © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 118: Transmission security. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 119: Operator integrity. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 120: Overloaded connections. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 121: Why you should care © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 122: Mainly an IT issue; not communication. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 123: Need to understand what’s happening under the covers. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 124: Enticingly offers new methods for communication: © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 125: More flexibility in creation, collaboration, and portability. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 126: Great promise. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 127: Will it come true? © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 128: Thank you. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.
Slide 129: Rich Maggiani Communication Consultant STC Fellow Solari Communication 137 Lost Nation, Suite 14 Essex, Vermont 05452 802.879.9330 rich.maggiani@solari.net www.solari.net www.solari.net/toward-humanity Follow me: www.twitter.com/richmaggiani Invite me to connect: www.linkedin.com/in/richmaggiani © 2009. All rights reserved.
Slide 130: Blossoming Flowers © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved. © 2009 Solari Communication. All rights reserved.

   
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