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Information Technology Trend

Visualization of Information

Cheng Sun

on 11 March 2013

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Transcript of Information Technology Trend

BIG DATA REVOLUTION 1980's Enterprise System 2000's 1990's Internet Revolution Mobile/Wireless Revolution Virtualization
Overview 2013 Thank You! Cloud Revolution 2010's The Birth of the First PC WiFi & Wi-Max Information Technology Visulization of Information THE TREND OF By Cheng Sun Information Technology Thank You! Imagine the life without computer that allows you processing data and documents; imagine the life without web that gives you the access to the fascinating new world; imagine the life without Wi-Fi that allow you to browse the website on-the go; imagine the life with out mobile application that enables you to hold all the great tools in one pocket; imagine the life without cloud technology that lets you store all your files with easy access from anywhere–technology makes our lives a lot more colorful and convenient than ever before! Technology Revolution PC Revolution and Backbone Systems 1983 Customer relationship Management (CRM) is a customer-focused and customer-driven organization strategy. That is, organizations concentrate on accessing customers’ requirements for products and services and then providing high-quality, responsive service. CRM is not a process or a technology per se; rather it is a customer-centric way of thinking and acting. An enterprise resource planning (ERP) system adopts a business process view of the overall organization to integrate the planning, management, and use of all of an organization’s resources, employing a common software platform and database. The function of supply chain management (SCM) is to plan, organize, and optimize the various activities performed along the supply chain. Like other functional areas, SCM utilizes information systems. The goal of SCM systems is to reduce the problems, or friction, along the supply chain. Friction can involve increased times, costs, and inventories as well as decreased customer satisfaction. SCM systems, therefore, reduce uncertainty and risks by decreasing inventory levels and cycle time while improving business processes and customer service. Concept Refresher! Enterprise Content Management (ECM) is the strategies, methods and tools used to capture, manage, store, preserve, and deliver content and documents related to organizational processes. ECM tools and strategies allow the management of an organization's unstructured information, wherever that information exists. E-Mail Major Vendors of Enterprise System WWW E-Commerce E-Business Born in 1994 Bluetooth Wireless Networks Bluetooth is an industry specification used to create small personal area networks. Mobile Apps Revolution 2006-2009 Virtualization Virtualization is a server in which servers do not have to be dedicated to particular tasks. Server Virtualization uses software-based partitions to create multiple virtual servers - called virtual machines - on a single physical server. This arrangement enables multiple applications to run on a single physical server, with each application running within its own software environment.

1. A lower number of physical servers generates cost savings in equipment, energy, space in the data center, cooling, personnel, and maintenance.
2. Virtualization enhances an organization's agility by enabling it to quickly modify its systems in response to changing demands.
3. The IT department can shift its focus from the technology itself to the services that the technology can provide.
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