Securing Cloud Services From Concept to RFP

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Securing Cloud Services

From Concept to RFP

Jim Schul, Chief Information Officer

Harris County Department of Education

The

Cloud Survey

Harris County Department of Education Cloud Technology Survey


Please take time to fill out this short (less than ten minutes) survey
about cloud computing services. At the end of the survey you are
given a chance to leave your name and contact information if you
wish someone to follow
-
up about our services. Otherwise, your
answers are anonymous and all are only reported in aggregate to
the respective division within HCDE. We appreciate your time spent
on our survey.


Thank You

District Cloud Use


74% (n=63) of respondents
are currently using cloud
technology



Many of the “yes”
respondents also reported
plans to transition an
additional 25% of their
systems to the cloud



Of these, 47% reporting
transition plans for the 2012
-
2013 school year

74%

26%

Currently Using Cloud
Technology (n=85)

Yes
No
Respondents’
estimated
using the cloud
for 30% of
their systems



Percentage of Systems Engaged in the Cloud All Districts (n=56)


All Districts: Current vs. Planned Cloud Use

0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
55
60
65
70
75
80
85
90
95
100
105
Percentage of Systems Districts Plan to Engage in the Cloud Later
Percentage of Systems Currently Engaged on the Cloud
Most small and
medium size
districts are
planning for
cloud services

1:1 Initiative and BYOD/BYOT
Participation


31% of respondents
said that their districts
did have a 1:1 initiative



51% reported that their
district participated in
BYOD/BYOT while 68%
said that their district has
or is in the process of
developing BYOD/BYOT
guidelines




0
20
40
60
80
BYOD/BYOT
Guidelines for BYOD/BYOT
Yes
No
68
%

32
%

51
%

49
%


91% of districts
indicated that students
used one or all

netbooks, laptops, tablet
devices and mobile
phones



Students in grades 9
-
12
participated in
BYOD/BYOT the most
(97%) while students in
grades 1
-
5 participated
the least (46%)

BYOD/BYOT Device By

Grade Level

97%

71%

46%

9-12
6-8
1-5
0
50
100
150
The Request For Information

Example 1: 30 Page Response

The Request For Proposal (
IaaS
)

The Request For Proposal (
Iaas
)

Functionality Assessment

Functionality Assessment

Pricing Bids

Pricing Bids

Pricing Bids

Pricing Summary

We Put Out Another RFP (
PaaS
)

We Put Out Another RFP (
PaaS
)

How Do We Make It Better?


Formation of an Advisory Committee

How Do We Make It Better?


Dedicated User Groups for Volume Pricing

How Do We Make It Better?


Model Standardized Learning Environments for BYOD/T

How Do We Make It Better?


Added Support Features and Dedicated Training



For more information, contact:

Jim Schul, Chief Information Officer

Harris County Department of Education

713
-
696
-
8205

jschul@hcde
-
texas.org