SBO . Service Brampton Online. a Brampton and Microsoft Cloud Case Study. ALBER HANNA Manager, IT Architecture & Planning City of Brampton, IT Division 416.874.3636 a email@example.com. Cloud Power.
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a Brampton and Microsoft Cloud Case Study
Manager, IT Architecture & Planning
City of Brampton, IT Division
“As pressure continue to exist to simultaneously cut costs, rationalize investments, improve productivity, and boost innovation and IT capability, Cloud computing is becoming an attractive alternative”
Gary Mutuszak, Global Chair, KPMG International,
Information, Communication & Entertainment Practice.
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CLOUD CASE STUDY # 1 (Partner: ADX Studio)
CLOUD CASE STUDY # 2 (Partner: RedBite Development)
City of Brampton has a very large population and young demographics, hence the need to reach out to Bramptonians via the media they use day-to-day , and most convenient for them anywhere, anytime… Mobile Apps on the Cloud was the answer.
Cloud For Brampton
Complete and endorse the Privacy Impact Assessment
Expand more e-Services via Service Brampton Online to the Cloud
Launch Office 365
Launch Exchange online
Implement Cloud XRM
Implement Cloud SharePoint
Explore Data Centre on the Cloud
Migrate Development platform to the Cloud
CIOs and CFOs can better forecast and manage operating cash outflows, resulting in significant cost avoidance and better sustainability in despite of the increased demand of the use of information technology.
“The Future of IT will be closely tied to Cloud services”
Chief Technology Officer, HP
KPMG Cloud Summit, 2010SBO Business Case
1. Cost Avoidance
Business users of Cloud computing services move from capital based expenditure for IT services to a lean operating-base model with an on- demand capacity acquisition. There is no need to over provision or procure hardware and related infrastructure in anticipation of growth. Today, 40% of most enterprises’ private data centre’srack space are not being utilized.
2. Scalability, Elasticity and improved Flexibility and Agility
5. IT professionals to focus on Value added Services
Cloud provides self-life-cycle management by design.
IT professionals do not have to worry about repair and replacement, patching, upgrades and security as it’s now being looked after by the Cloud provider.
Freeing up these resources allows IT to focus on other value added services to their business partners.
The functionality and suite of solutions provided by the Cloud is available to any person connected to the internet.
Many Cloud applications are ready to be utilized by public and staff on many device platforms and Operating Systems.
“Place and time are fused in Cloud computing” said Mary Lou Maher, CFO/CAO KPMG.
1. Privacy and Security
“It’s about jurisdiction – you want to access data from everywhere, but should keep your own data on shore, especially when dealing with the USA Patriot Act”
Corporate Chief Strategies Government of Ontario
2. Vendor Lock-in
What are your options if it becomes necessary to switch vendors or repatriate applications? Effective outsourcing relationship needs to be guided by good governance.”
YVON AUDETTE, Financial Post