Justin Kern: Business is always trying to move as quickly as possible, as fast as possible. I am kind of wondering, and maybe it's along the lines of what you had mentioned, getting a better business grasp on the data side of this. But what's an example or two, where this wave kind of consumerization is really challenging IT departments, either in terms of implementations or just dealing with what's coming in to them?
Francois Ajenstat: That’s actually a really interesting question, because there are different perspectives to look at. When we talk about consumerization, we tend to focus on the device, but really it's more than the device, it’s in everything that we have talked about. It’s the skill level, it’s the performance, it's the approach, which can exist on the device, on the desktop, in the browser, everywhere. So when you look at that, you think, does this mean that I need to author different reports for each of the devices that people are going to bring in? Because that’s never going to scale. My role is the users constantly coming to me with lots of different requests, so how do I keep up?
And we are seeing a lot of different examples of this; I will give you a business one and then I will give you a consumer one. For the business one, there is a great case study with Seattle Children’s Hospital, a local hospital in Seattle, where I am from. What they have done is they have enabled every single one of their users to gain access to technology, to analytics. Well, if you think about the users, who are they? They are doctors; they are nurses. They are not report-writers; they don’t know how to write SQL; they are regular consumers. But they know their business data; they just don’t know how to operate the systems that used to be available to them. And so now, they are able to use data at their fingertips in a way that’s familiar to them as they have used in the consumer world. And so that, I think, is kind of an interesting perspective of who is the user. They are not the technical people that we have normally relied on, but in fact, they are everyday users.