Microsoft Web 2.0 Van De Hype Naar De Oplossing Heliview 7 5 2008

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Presented @ Heliview Enterprise 2.0 event on May 7, 2008.

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Microsofts Online Strategy Software + Services

Peter de Haas

Online Strategy Manager

[email protected]

Waar moeten we beginnen ?

Het past niet in onze bedrijfscultuur

De infrastructuur is te complex

Web 2.0 is iets voor consumenten

Web 2.0 is iets voor consumenten

How critical is Enterprise 2.0 to your

organizations overall business goals/success?

Source: AIIM Market IQ / Q1 2008 n=443

What Are You Trying to Accomplish With

Enterprise 2.0?

Source: AIIM Market IQ / Q1 2008 n=443

What Impact Does Enterprise 2.0 Have on the

Following Business Goals?

Source: AIIM Market IQ / Q1 2008 n=443

What does social Software

mean to you?

http://gialyons.wordpress.com/2008/04/17/what-does-social-software-mean-to-you/

Gia Lyons is Social Software Evangelist for IBM

Its wikis, blogs, and something like Facebook.

Oh, and we need it to

integrate with Windows

SharePoint Services.

social Software :

Waar moeten we beginnen ?

Communicate

Anywhere Access

Share & Collaborate

Windows Live Platform

Workspace

Seamless with OfficeSeamless with Windows

SkyDrive

Messenger

Spaces

Hotmail

AdCenterContacts StorageWL ID Search

SharedView

Work StyleLife Style

Consumer to Enterprise

Organization

IT Managed

Enterprise Ready

Individual

Platform

User Managed

Access & Sharing

Extend Office

Business Productivity InfrastructureSocial Computing Tools Integrated by Design

Secure, Well Managed Infrastructure

Business

Intelligence

Enterprise

Content

Management

CollaborationEnterprise

Search

Unified

Communications

Workflow Search BusinessData

Catalog

ExtensibleUI

OpenXML FileFormats

Website andSecurity

Framework

Wikis, Blogs, Discussions, Feeds, Tagging, Social Networking, Profiles, Presence

Het past niet in onze bedrijfscultuur

Culture is a destination

not a starting point

http://michaeli.typepad.com/my_weblog/2008/04/culture-is-a-de.html Michael Idinopulos, SocialText

Onze manier van werken verandert

0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

60%

70%

80%

90%

100%

2000 2005 2010

Verschillende tijd, verschillende lokatie

Zelfde tijd, verschillende lokatie

Zelfde tijd, zelfde lokatie

Zelfstandig

Percentage werk dat

afhankelijk is van

groepsinput

Bron: Gartner Group

De infrastructuur is te complex

Challenges companies face for

adopting Social Computing

Employees want to use consumer technology in the enterprise

IT wants enterprise-ready tools: secure, controlled,

compliant, and manageable

Software + Services

http://www.gapingvoid.com/Moveable_Type/archives/004116.html

ICT Infrastructuur

Sourcing modellen

Schaalvoordelen

Groei naar behoefte

Geavanceerd beheer

Diensten

Controle & eigendom

Strategische inzet

Veel aanpassingen / wet en

regelgeving

Servers op lokatie

Hosting

TCO infrastructuur

Externe afhankelijkheden

Time to market

Business Productivity Online Suite

Multiple customers, one architecture

No seat limitCustomer needs rapid deployment

Dedicated

Single customer per architectureBusinesses greater than 5,000 seatsCustomer needs most server features

Standard

Enterprise 2.0 Powered by Microsoft

Secure, Well Managed Infrastructure

Business

Intelligence

Enterprise

Content

Management

CollaborationEnterprise

Search

Unified

Communications

Workflow Search BusinessData

Catalog

ExtensibleUI

OpenXML FileFormats

Website andSecurity

Framework

Wikis, Blogs, Discussions, Feeds, Tagging, Social Networking, Profiles, Presence

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Peter de HaasOnline Strategy Manager

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