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Recent Changes in IT infrastructure and Possible Implications to SE Education. Novica Nosović, ETF - Sarajevo. Technological changes in IT Bussines model changes Some statistics How "Big fishes" in education react? How do we do???. Outline. IT - is more about I than T today!!!

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Recent Changes in IT infrastructure and Possible Implications to SE Education

Novica Nosović, ETF - Sarajevo

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Technological changes in IT

Bussines model changes

Some statistics

How "Big fishes" in education react?

How do we do???

Outline
technological changes in it

IT - is more about I than T today!!!

T changes ...

I is changing ... - organizations leverage just 5% of their I (CRM etc.) used in classical RDBMs

Today -> social, context aware, ... totaly different!!

Technological changes in IT
statistics for 2011

12 million texts every minute

97000 tweets every second

294 billion emails every day

...adding 1.8 Zettabytes (ZB = billion TB) in 2011 ...

projecting 35 in 2020

Statistics for 2011
it is getting cloudy

20% of businesses own no IT assets

The role of CIO is changing - used to bee builder, now a builder and broker of services (cheap and secure...) - hybrid delivery

It is getting CLOUDY!
bussines model changes
Bussines model changes
  • less infrastructure! More services!
  • Business is faster than (traditional) IT
    • web shop in 2 hours! - now in 2 months!
  • Cloud is about ready-made components (patterns)
    • server in 28 min (OS and application!)
    • for 10 servers - the same!!! The same for other way!

Cloud - IT services are not only task of IT-staff in a company ("even marketing people can do it now!")

... like a fast food!

post pc era
Post-PC Era
  • Tablets change how information is produced and consumed
  • No platform, form factor or technology will dominate.
    • Windows' share of client devices steadily shrinks.
  • Component prices continue downward trend.
    • Tablet prices under $300 for entry-level 10" by 2013
    • $35 tablet in India emerges.
estimates
Estimates
  • The estimated $74B that was spend in 2010 on cloud computing is only 3% of enterprise IT spending
  • Public cloud services will grow 5x faster than overall IT enterprise spending (19% annually till 2015)
digitization of everything
Digitization of Everything

2 billion individuals on the Web (30% of global population) and rising

250 billion emails every day (+ Facebook, IM, Tweets, Skype...)

74% of Internet users use social networking (22% of online time)

Over 30 billion pieces of content added to Facebook per month

15 petabytes of new information every day, doubling every 18 months

1.4 billion PCs and over 10 billion Internet-connected devices

ASP (Average Selling Price)

how big fishes in education react
How "Big fishes" in education react?

- It looks like “Big fishes” are not big enough – they team up!!!

- Harvard and M.I.T. Team Up to Offer Free Online Courses

  • edX courses will offer a certificate but not credit
  • the two universities, committed $30M each!

- Stanford, Princeton, the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Michigan announced their partnership with a new commercial company, Coursera ($16M in venture capital!)

- This could mean the end of large lecture theatres as universities put more emphasis on one-to-one teaching!

-The classes do not count as credit towards degrees at the universities involved, but online students receive certificates for completing their studies.