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1 Google and Sharing Across Boundaries © Stephen E. Arnold, Postal Box 320, Harrods Creek, KY – Voice:

2 Google Nuggets More than 1 billion queries per 24 hours period Google has more than 5,000 employees and 1,000 job openings as of January 2006 Google has a thousands of servers that work like one big computer at a fraction of the cost of their competitors systems and without traditional, expensive backup and restore processes Googles revenue is 12 times that of Autonomy-Verity merger... with $1 billion in pre-tax profit for Google Microsoft, Google, and China want to be just like Google.

3 Google Nuggets More than 1 billion queries per 24 hours period Google has more than 5,000 employees and 1,000 job openings as of January 2006 Google has a thousands of servers that work like one big computer at a fraction of the cost of their competitors systems and without traditional, expensive backup and restore processes Googles revenue is 12 times that of Autonomy-Verity merger... with $1 billion in pre-tax profit for Google Microsoft, Google, and China want to be just like Google.

4 Google Nuggets More than 1 billion queries per 24 hours period Google has more than 5,000 employees and 1,000 job openings as of January 2006 Google has a thousands of servers that work like one big computer at a fraction of the cost of their competitors systems and without traditional, expensive backup and restore processes Googles revenue is 12 times that of Autonomy-Verity merger... with $1 billion in pre-tax profit for Google Microsoft, Google, and China want to be just like Google.

5 Google Nuggets More than 1 billion queries per 24 hours period Google has more than 5,000 employees and 1,000 job openings as of January 2006 Google has a thousands of servers that work like one big computer at a fraction of the cost of their competitors systems and without traditional, expensive backup and restore processes Googles revenue is 12 times that of Autonomy-Verity merger... with $1 billion in pre-tax profit for Google Microsoft, Google, and China want to be just like Google.

6 Google Nuggets More than 1 billion queries per 24 hours period Google has more than 5,000 employees and 1,000 job openings as of January 2006 Google has a thousands of servers that work like one big computer at a fraction of the cost of their competitors systems and without traditional, expensive backup and restore processes Googles revenue is 12 times that of Autonomy-Verity merger... with $1 billion in pre-tax profit for Google Microsoft, Google, and China want to be just like Google.

7 If Google went out of business tomorrow, Microsoft or Yahoo would hire everyone. What would this group build?

8 Messrs. McNealy and Ellison talked about the network computer… Google built it and some of the hottest virtual applications…

9 1 Change

10 Historical Context

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13 Googles Impact Growing

14 Impacts

15 Small Large Rate of Market Change Adaptation Time Allowed Adaptation Gap Volatility Adaptation Window

16 2 Googleplex

17 The Googleplex

18 Some Organizations...

19 GFS

20 3 Innovation

21 Technical Advantage

22 Google is changing the nature of software applications now...

23 Virtual Applications Illustration from

24 Users dont know what is running where. System administrators dont know what Google captures and monitors. Competitors dont grasp the data monitoring advantage Google has.

25 A Virtual Application: The Future User has a device: –PC –Handheld –Mobile phone Some code or stub on the device Other code out there on the Internet Broadband makes user experience like using a standard PC with software on that PC

26 Visualization?

27 Google Pack Utilities Applications such as Picasa and Earth And...

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29 Metrics Baked In

30 Key Differences App provider can do fuzzy monitoring: –Session cookies –Persistent cookies that expire at a future time; e.g., 2038 –Aggregate users actions into one pool –Cluster to defuzzify data With user permission, app provider can do fine- grained monitoring: –User by identifiers –Apply analytic processes to a user or users with similar behaviors –Crosstab the fine-grained data with the fuzzy data

31 Google Is Upfront License agreements for each service Short, clear, and forthright Data collection addressed

32 Summary Google is part of the IT landscape for the foreseeable future The software environment is undergoing a phase change Emergence of virtual applications requires a fresh look at security and acceptable use guidelines Adapt to the virtual application environment quickly Leverage Google

33 Arnold IT Technology strategy In-depth research services about tactical and strategic issues Clients include: –U.S. Federal government –Investment / financial services organizations –Publishing companies in the U.S., Canada, and Europe –Software companies in the U.S., Denmark, Sweden, France, and Japan –Law firms as an expert witness

34 Management consulting and strategy The Google Legacy published in September 2005 Order at The Enterprise Search Report 2nd edition now out. Order at The Google Ecosystem for Bear Stearns, January 5, 2006 Additional information at Contact:


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