Digital Programme Group

Report
Digital NHM - What’s New?
Dave Thomas,
Head Information Comms Technology
Terms and labels
Science
Everything
1990’s
2000’s
2010’s
Everything
Kondrateiff / Kondratiev
&
Some important principles
Watch and ride the wave of technology oriented change
Build Foundations and Creatively Destroy
Prepare & develop your digital data +Public +Big Science
Work with others
Look after your people
Improve your execution
What on the plan
April 13
Information Arch.
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Web redesign and development
Gallery Wifi
Collections and Digital Asset Systems
Data Portal
Data Policy
Apps Study
Mobile Apps
Collections Digitisation
Science Activities
Virtual Library
Science Portals
Commercial Initiatives: eShop -> ticketing
Customer Relationship: Membership, Marketing, Events, Science, ….
In Gallery and Learning
Money Matters
Other NHM support systems
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Further Information
Digital Strategy Board
Digital Design Group
Digital Programme Group
Alan Hart
Annette Ure
Ben Rakison
Chris Sleep
Darrell Siebert
Dave Thomas
Ivan Teage
Jez Burn
Ken Johnson
Richard Hinton
Sheila Sang
Vince Smith
Ivan Teage
Lincoln Borgartz
Richard Hinton
Siorna Macfarlane
Victoria Carter
• Backup slides
NHM Hype Cycle
expectations
Bring Your Own Device
3D Printing
HTML5
Big Data
Cloud ERP for Small or Midsize Businesses
Semantic Web
Cloud Collaboration Services
CRM Analytics
Wearable Computers
3D Scanners
Active Directory/Kerberos
Active RFID for Utilities
Public Web APIs
Enterprise Content Management
QR/Color Code
Contactless Retail Payment System
Web-Based Office Productivity Suites
Augmented Reality Applications
Content Optimization
Human Augmentation
Master Content Mgmt Solutions
Customer Relationship Management
Web Analytics
ITIL
RFID
Contactless Payments
Content Management Platforms
Retail Digital Signage
Mobile Ticketing
Java Enterprise Edtn. v7
As of September 2012
Peak of
Inflated
Technology Trigger
Expectations
Trough of
Disillusionment
Slope of Enlightenment
Plateau of
Productivity
time
Years to mainstream adoption:
less than 2 years
2 to 5 years
5 to 10 years
more than 10 years
This chart is a composite, derived from Gartner published Hype Cycles.
The particular combination and comparison of items made here has not been reviewed by Gartner.
obsolete
before plateau

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