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Managed Model Software

Transition from licensed model to managed model
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Transcript of Managed Model Software

Google
Bridge
Services Company
Perspective Transitional Phases Deployment Strategy Overview Augmented reality is a live, direct or indirect, view of a physical, real-world environment. Elements are augmented by computer-generated sensory input such as sound, video, graphics or GPS data. Technology functions enhance real time perception of reality...

Google Bridge Services are built on a cloud-based technology platform. This hosted environment supports two new software services developed by Google to enhance search engine optimization and support Google's mission to organize the world's information -- Knowledge Base and Google Glass.

The hosted software model eliminated: third party software hosting, required desktop software installation, annual license and fees for use, and costs for version upgrades. Google maintains a competitive advantage with its ability to integrate a hosted software model that enhances the needs of business.

Broadband, satellite, telecom, and cable providers have leveraged hosted software models for government agencies that place high priority in real-time connectivity. The workplace has become global and information is no longer limited by single-user access. Knowledge Base and Google Glass demonstrate the advanced navigation of real-time information and augmentation of real life logistics. Proactive implementation of server support, maintenance to prevent streaming outages for present service Develop new marketing efforts, attract new customers, retain old customers; conduct service tests; incorporate results, user experience, into marketing strategy Proactive support
Develop new marketing strategy
Three-tier client server
Data warehouse
Access
Customer service Incorporate changes to support three-tier client server system for augmented applications, desktop stations for layout, design, and the server Implement cost-effective changes to ensure integrated horizontal data access in organization, create training program Provide 24/7 customer service, availability, technical assistance to address/support changes. Creates opportunity to promote product, cost benefits Integrate data warehouse resources between agencies, align server resources for updated information (current status for blueprints, criminal history) Photo Gallery Google Glass Knowledge Base Transitional phases migrate from a stand-alone or network license to a more globalization platform require data migration to the cloud-based services Google Bridge Services is the new underlying platform technology that leverages advancements in search/result areas powered by the framework of Knowledge Base. Transitions are beyond simple isolated housing of applications, user-operated executions, controls, and keyword similarities. New system bridges satellite GPS coordinates of wearable computing devices, stationary computing devices that run on the power of the Knowledge Base search engine. Knowledge Base offers offers a rounded solution that supports the underlying bridge to keep various devices integrated. Partnerships with broadband providers, satellite providers, telecommunication, cable, and governments at the city, state, country level is required to keep connectivity of the advanced computing devices. Logistical application, facial recognition, and advance system search features will phase out as the migration begins. Simplistic migration features include, but are not limited to: Phase One - migration of logistical applications; gives way to compatibility with Knowledge Base and Google Bridge cloud-based application services. Phase Two - catalog content to align with Knowledge Base structure for relevant lexicon search dependencies. Thin Net devices running on Google Bridge Services and Knowledge Graph will replace Thick Client devices. Local data will reallocate to cloud based servers. Historical data sets will require reorganization of indexing structure for existing content knowledge systems to replace with the relevant categorization of the Knowledge Base framework. Tasks and Dependencies Augmented Reality . Step One: Conduct and deploy reliability test for the software to ensure stable and user-friendly usability platform. Allow for automatic updates that would identify bugs and glitches. Step Two: Target small to medium size cities to deploy the free test bed that requires user feedback with problems, changes, needs, and recommendations. Cities this size enable faster response time from company, helps build positive user-experience. Step Three: Use positive activity and response from test area to market product. Respond to word-of-mouth inquiries about new software. Word-of-mouth marketing is a no-cost strategy that drives faster business growth in smaller communities, generates viral marketing. Step Four: Incorporate limited, useful free version of new platform. Try it before you buy it! This method allows users to "test drive" before purchase. Users will know whether or not the software will meet needs, identify compatibility, receive technical assistance. Build positive user-experience, generates viral marketing. Step Five: Aggressively target large cities. A solid reputation and market-tested software presents brand awareness for a product that works. Incorporate purchase options. Hosted products have lower costs for: overhead, development, and marketing. Full-version savings are passed on to the consumer! Project narrative
Describe need
Describe issues with current software
Define new characteristics
Estimate cost projections

Identify Processes
Different conceptual stages
Identify What? How? Development, Test, Analyze

Identify Products
List products that make up system requirements
Compile list of existing products, version

Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
Layer hierarchy
Process and product elements

Test
Software, platform, compatibility
User experience

Evaluation of process
Identify data sources, users (internal/external)
System design
Database requirements
Information management
Integration of software, design
Recommendations Knowledge Graph - a breakthrough in the future of search Mashable says, 'Google got smarter' with the a new approach to search: things not strings Inside: knowledge points and grooves in the human brain
Outside: the potential for exponential knowledge growth Quests for knowledge Positive user experience Take a real-life scene and add explanatory data Combine real-life and virtual worlds. View objects in close proximity to the device with supported real time data Eye-tracking updates Sergey Brin
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