5-year information Technology Strategic Plan Version 0 May, 2009 Version 0 June, 2010 Ted Brodheim


Benefits and Impact if Not Implemented



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Benefits and Impact if Not Implemented

The benefits of implementing PCLM in conjunction with End-User computing for the 21st century are:



  • Reduction in energy consumption.

  • An inventory of all computing assets.

  • Secured and managed end-points.

  • Reduction in software licensing costs.

  • Enhanced end-user experience.

  • Ensuring that the machines are properly configured and with the right NYCDOE system images.

  • Providing notification on assets that have failed to report in x number of days.

  • Managing PC refresh cycles to their lowest cost of use.

  • Helping to reduce the achievement gap through equality for all schools, regardless of the overall academic performance.

  • Computers and storage for everyone.

  • Centrally deploying OS patches on-time.

  • Increased security.

  • Performance of trend analysis.

  • Generation of reports on-demand.

  • Enabling the organization to invest wisely when it is time to purchase new machines.

  • Providing asset visibility across the enterprise: knowing exactly where the assets are located on the network.

  • Avoidance of payment for licenses installed on retired computers.

  • Promoting Digital Citizenship

  • Enhancing teaching and learning using the latest technology


Additional benefits include:




  • Supporting innovation and broadening the boundary of the learning environment by providing access beyond the limits of the classroom schedule

  • Enabling students to interact and provide a global classroom, which allows our teachers and administrators to concentrate on teaching, and not on managing desktop and access issues.

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If not implemented, the schools will continue to be unmanaged, and impede the process for taking classrooms into the 21st century. This also prevents us from moving towards the development of a sustainable computing environment. Without the right foundation, we will continue to operate inefficiently, and we are unlikely to lower total cost of ownership due to ever-growing demand for storage and computing. Governing the PCLM process from asset acquisition to retirement is the key to ensure efficiency, lowering our TCO over time.


Budget to Implement





3-Year Plan

Total

Components:

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

(In mil.)

User devices in 600 schools for 500K students @ $500 per device

50.00

50.00

50.00

150.00

Software and security (PC-lifecycle management Tools)

6.00

 




6.00

Faculty and Staff PC for 75K users @ $600 per PC

9.00

9.00

9.00

27.00

Instructional technology for 600 schools, 5 per school (e.g. digital whiteboards)

6.00

6.00

6.00

18.00

Deployment

4.00

4.00

4.00

12.00

Infrastructure Hardware

1.00







1.00

Total

76.00

69.00

69.00

214.00
















Assumptions:

Estimate Timeline










Deploy user devices to 600 schools with 1:2 PC to student ratio

3-5 Years










Deploy user devices to 120 schools per year

 














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