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1 Slide 1 Windows 2000 What can we do now? Andrew Rose 23 rd January 2001

2 Slide 2 The two sides of Windows 2000 Desktop O/S Desktop O/S File & Print Services File & Print Services Mail Server Mail Server Enterprise Management features Enterprise Management featuresSupplier Online Marketplace Database Server Application Server Web Farm Intranet Call Centre LOB Sales Force Knowledge Management Programs Multiple Channels to Market Mission Critical Supporting Infrastructure The Windows Platform

3 Slide 3 Technology Evolution  Computing power  Power doubling every 18 months  Scalable and economical (PCs and servers)  Connectivity  Low-cost, high-speed Internet, wireless connections to employees, partners, and customers  Device proliferation  Smart devices - Handhelds, PDAs, cell phones  Emerging standards  Open standards for exchanging data  Connectivity, presentation, data exchange

4 Slide 4 Surviving And Thriving  A fast moving, agile organization with lower costs and higher profits  Best of breed business integration  Empower your employees  Sell where your customers are Business Imperatives The Agile Business

5 Slide 5 Best Of Breed Business Integration  Best of breed, best of business  Choose the best solutions and partners  Use technology as competitive differentiator  Connect systems into constellations of information for business processes  Flexible foundation is an necessity  Change is constant  Dynamic business relationships  Based on integration standards

6 Slide 6 Empower Your Workforce  Boost employee productivity  Knowledge is fleeting unless captured  There is very little corporate memory  Collaboration is a competitive advantage  Power matters most on the front lines  Access and action  Mobility  Information flow must be two-way  Up-to-date and flexible  Bad news and good  Your goal: powerful convenience

7 Slide 7 Sell Where Your Customers Are  Re-examine your industry: who is your customer?  What value do you deliver?  How well do you know them?  Build a complete, real-time understanding of the customer  360º understanding  Focus on service, responsiveness

8 Slide 8 Evolution Of The Web Presence Transactions Business Publish Info ProcessTransactionsDigitalEconomy  Web sites  Web-enable existing systems  Business transformation  Pages  Transactions  Business processes  Islands  Constellations  Eyeballs  Revenue  Profits

9 Slide 9 The Web Services Revolution The paradigm for the digital economy  Integration is intrinsic  An industry initiative  Based on cross-platform standards  Data and services  Software as a service  Operate locally or hosted  Programmability  Any place, any time, any device

10 Slide 10 Easier and Faster to Implement  Assemble not develop  Configure not code  Huge base of developers  Visual Studio.NET Development and Run-time environment / services  $1bn component market

11 Slide 11 MainframeSupplierXML XML Unix XML The New Data Interchange Standard XML HostIntegration XML Customer XML Online Marketplace XML Small Business Pervasive across all Enterprise Products

12 Slide 12 The Process Web TradingProfilesDuluthMutual West Coast SalesDocuments SQLServer Business Process Management  Integration of processes internally and externally  Flexibility of infrastructure to accommodate change without coding work PR Approval PO Ship POD Receipt Invoice

13 Slide 13 Evolution To Web Services XML Programmability Connectivity HTML Presentation TCP/IP Technology Innovation FTP, E-mail, Gopher Web Pages Browse the Web Program the Web Web Services Consumer: Financial Mgmt. Devices: Automobile Business: Supply Chain Developer: Building Blocks

14 Slide 14 Device Support  A broad range of devices are appearing on the market  These devices span from the dumb (pager) to the intelligent (PocketPC) capable of executing complex applications  Smart Interfaces  A broad range of devices are appearing on the market  These devices span from the dumb (pager) to the intelligent (PocketPC) capable of executing complex applications  Smart Interfaces

15 Slide 15 Enterprise.NET Servers  The 2000 range of servers are almost all Released now  A full refresh of the platform  Delivering Enterprise features enabling the next generation of applications to be delivered

16 Slide 16 SQL Server 2000  Enterprise Database Management System  Enterprise Scalability  Enterprise Availability  OLAP Data Analysis  Data Mining engine  XML Support to simplify the new paradigm

17 Slide 17 Commerce Server 2000 Direct Marketing Sales Service Corporate Purchasing Self Service Sites Catalogs & Content Targeting Service Advertisements Products Profiling Transactions Business Mgmt Site Configurable by Business Management Data Warehousing and Analysis allows continual examination & refinement Direct Mail Business to ConsumerBusiness to Business Legacy Integration Cross Enterprise Integration with Biztalk Server

18 Slide 18 BizTalk ™ Server 2000  Business Process integration within and across organizations  Trading partner management  Reliable document interchange & delivery  Application integration  Partner Integration  Off the shelf industrial strength infrastructure BizTalk Documents Supplier A Planning ERP Online sales Web site Supplier B Supplier C

19 Slide 19 ISA Server 2000 ISA Multi-layer Enterprise Firewall Predictive smart caching Detailed traffic management rules Intrusion detection Data Aware Filters Integrated with W2K Security, Directory, VPN

20 Slide 20 Application Centre 2000  Single Application Image  Deployment  Simple Clusters  Load Balancing  Monitoring  Operational Management DevelopmentTestProductionStaging Add & Replicate

21 Slide 21 Host Integration Server 2000 Works With What You Have DataOracleDB2VSAMAS/400SybaseXML…ApplicationsCICSIMSTuxedoMQSeriesUNISYSSOAP…NetworkSNANetWare… Windows.NET Comprehensive tools for legacy integration “No touch” philosophy “No touch” philosophy  No host code required

22 Slide 22 Mobile Information Server 2001 Mobile-enable the Intranet and Internet  Deliver a highly extensible solution for delivering data to mobile devices  Support both push and browse paradigms  Deliver applications and services that make use of the infrastructure  Deliver a programming infrastructure (SDK) and evangelize others to value-add the platform Windows 2000 Mail Exchange 2000 PIM UM IM Synch SQL2000 E- commerc e 3 rd Party App … … Portal O&M Airstream

23 Slide 23 And what about Windows?  Whistler is the code name for the next release of Windows 2000  Consumer Windows  Simplify Deployment  Common Code Base  Versions  32 & 64 Bit Versions  Personal & Professional Versions  Server, Advanced Server & DataCentre Server Versions (as now)

24 Slide 24 Whistler Enhancements Internet Enable Your Business Accelerate digital business Reliable It just works Manageable Reduce costs & support Best for New Devices Simplify hardware use & maintenance Better driver quality & ‘DLL hell’ prevention More flexible fault tolerance Automated system recovery Make administration simpler (platform & services) More visibility & control of infrastructure Headless, remote & unattended management Easier to deploy large scale infrastructure Faster performance & greater internet scalability More flexible & manageable clustering More flexible security config & interoperability Embedded Consumer Business Enterprise Consumer Version Compatible, easy to use, & compelling Application and device compatibility New consumer user experience Digital media, home networking, & gaming Windows Me feature parity

25 Slide 25 Summary  Windows 2000 forms the basis of the Infrastructure of the future  The single platform ensures close integration of products  Microsoft is driving standards in the interconnected enterprise area


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