Big Clouds and Small Clouds

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17 févr. 2014 (il y a 3 années et 6 mois)

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Eric Hunter

Director of Knowledge Management

Bradford & Barthel, LLP

Big Clouds and Small
Clouds

Law Firm Experiences with

Cloud Computing

Aaron Peterson | Network Operations Manager

Rengie Mendoza | Citrix Engineer

Loeb & Loeb, LLP

Why Google Apps?


Google Docs


Google Sites


Google Video


Google Talk


Gmail


Google Calendar


The Evolving Paradigm

There is a

strategic

relationship

between your
firm

and the vendor

Your business

model is

affected

by the
processes

Integrated

within

your firm

A cloud

hosted


system

is an

evolving

paradigm

A Knowledge Management
Driven Solution

Building


The


Culture of

Change with


Tools Leading
to Behavioral


Change

Train

the Trainers to

Build Your
Strategic


Knowledge
Base

The KM Driven
Solutions

Continually
Adapt and
Evolve

Cloud Hosted Evolution

Change
Management

& Collaboration

Information
Management &
Knowledge
Sharing

The Change
Management
Solutions

Continually
Adapt and
Evolve

Evolution of Loeb’s “Private Cloud”


Risk

o
Business Continuity / Disaster Recovery Objectives

o
Geographic Vulnerabilities


Scalability Challenges

o
Increasing: Headcount, Offices, Application Platforms

o
Sites/Local Datacenters


Virtualization

o
Early adoption of the Technology

o
Maturity and Confidence in the Technology

Loeb’s Concerns with moving to Cloud Infrastructure


Migration of Legacy/Traditional Platforms and Services


Latency (Distance/Performance)


Costs


Connectivity



Evolution of Loeb’s “Private Cloud”

Building Blocks of Loeb’s Private Cloud


Virtualization (HyperVisor)


Storage


Connectivity


Security





Evolution of Loeb’s “Private Cloud”

Clouds: Stratus, Cumulus or Visio Stencil?

Cloud Infrastructure


Private Clouds (Internal)

o
Provider Datacenter (Rackspace, Sungard, Thomson)

o
Off Premise Equipment


Public Clouds | Software as a Service (SaaS)

o
Google Apps, Salesforce, Office365


Hybrid Clouds | Infrastructure/Platform as a Service (IaaS/PaaS)

o
Virtualized Infrastructure


Amazon AWS, Rackspace, OpenStack

o
Platform Development


Amazon EC2, Salesforce, Microsoft Azure

Private, Public &

Hybrid Challenges







Hybrid Model


o
-

Private for

the Infrastructure Interim Step

o
-

Public for KM and Future Hosted Solutions

Security, Risk, Privacy

& The Innovation Tight Rope


Homeland Security Memo

o
Law firms breached for
"sensitive information"


Hosted evolving developing
resources


o
A secure, competitive
platform


Risk

o
Connectivity


Redundancy


Carrier, Route and Transport Diversity

o
Cloud Outages

o
Dark Clouds?


Privacy

o
Data Exposure / Loss

o
Control and Ownership







Security, Risk, Privacy

Security, Risk, Privacy


Security

o
Surface Area

o
Security Policies

o
Multi
-
Factor Authentication

o
Securing the Desktop/Client



Access Anywhere


We live in a Connected World


Internet Usage in the US:

o
1990: 0.8% of Population

o
2009: 78.1%


From Luxury to Necessity




Accessing the Cloud


Browsers, Thin/Cloud Clients, iPads, Smartphones


Citrix (WinFrame to XenApp)

o
It’s not enough

o
Common Issues


The Era of VDI


Universal Virtual Desktop


Consistent Experience Everywhere


User Customizations


Profile Management

Access Anywhere


Smaller Firms


GotoMyPC

o
Agent on Users Desktop PC

o
Accessible Anywhere




Larger Firms


XenDesktop

o
Enterprise Ready

o
Scalable Provisioning

o
AppSense Environment Manager

o
Leveraging XenApp Hosted Applications



Access Anywhere

Access it Anywhere





Single Sign on Solutions

o
Consumer solutions

driving
enterprise level adaptation


What does this mean for the
industry and how can legal
and our clients benefit?

Third Party Integration





Challenges in competitive Intelligence Solutions

o
Merging solutions through Google Docs & Sites


Availability through Apps Marketplace


How will Large Players and Emerging Vendors Merge?

Integration with the Cloud


Third Party Applications and Services


Authentication

o
Single Sign
-
on




Application Integration

o
Microsoft Office


DMS / Document Authoring

o
Voicemail / Faxing

o
Larger Firms = Third
-
Party Integration Footprint


Google Apps, Office365 no longer feasible

o
Size can dictate the Cloud Computing solution

o
No one
-
stop solution

Social Media Aspects

Google
Microsoft
Facebook

How is their
competition
driving
change
within the
industry
?

They meet
with Search &
Ad Revenue

Social Media Integration



Internal
-

'Client' Focused Social Media Environment

o
Integrate through Areas of Practice, Case Mgmt, Info Mgmt


Blogger/Youtube now available for Enterprise Deployment

o
The decentralized model


Streamlined processes in Knowledge Sharing/Communication

o
Rethinking how we drive business


The next step for Loeb


A different approach in our China Cloud environment


Integrating Cloud ‘Services’


Work Anywhere Initiative


XenDesktop, XenApp, Edgesight, AppSense


Diverse Platform Support

o
iPads, Macs, Smartphones, Chrome Laptops



Static Steps Stagnate



Continually Plan and Re
-
adapt

o
Project Management and Document Automation

o
Alternative Staffing, Outsourcing, and AFA's

o
The shifting landscape in Video and Communications

o
Evolving platforms
-

Info Mgmt, Tech Ops,

Apps,

Org Mgmt

o
John Alber's Law 2020

Nimble Giants


Lessons from Intel & Oracle


Continually anticipate, plan,
re
-
adapt or be left behind

o
Should the size of your
organization affect your ability to
roll out large scale change?

Future Moves

Eric Hunter

Director of Knowledge Management

Bradford & Barthel, LLP

Big Clouds and Small
Clouds

Law Firm Experiences with

Cloud Computing

Aaron Peterson | Network Operations Manager

Rengie Mendoza | Citrix Engineer

Loeb & Loeb, LLP