During the Golden Hour, Cornerstone Integration’s Intel® vPro™ technology-based solution connects first responders and trauma centers to save lives.
Analyst Charles King looks at how Cornerstone Integration’s lifesaving solution, featuring Intel® vPro™ technology, helps first responders connect to trauma centers during the Golden Hour to assess a patient’s condition and prepare for arrival.
The Intel® Desktop Board DQ43AP is an energy-efficient product for businesses interested in basic remote maintenance and management.
Offering legacy to premium features, the Intel® Desktop Board DQ43AP delivers energy efficiency, basic remote maintenance, management, and security.
The Intel® Desktop Board DQ45EK in mini-ITX form factor supports Intel® vPro™ technology enabling remote PC management.
Bringing remote management to business PCs, the Intel® Desktop Board DQ45CB, helps IT manage, maintain, and protect the enterprise.
The Intel® Desktop Board DQ57TML supports Intel® vPro™ technology and enables remote PC management and data protection.
Including legacy features, the Intel® Desktop Board DQ57TML also enables Intel® Active Management Technology 6.0 for more protection and remote PC manageability.
The Intel® Desktop Board DQ67OW enables seamless PC Remote Management with Intel® Active Management Technology 7.0.
Powered by the Intel® Core™ vPro™ processor family, the Intel® Desktop Board DQ67OW enables seamless PC remote management with Intel® Active Management Technology 7.0.
Success Brief: Meredith improves remote client IT support, remote management, user productivity, and client security with Intel® vPro™ platform.
Success Brief: Meredith Corporation improves IT support for remote clients by standardizing on Intel® Core™ i5 vPro™ processor-based PCs, laptops, and Ultrabook™ devices, enhancing remote management, user productivity, and client security.
Research on BYOD in the enterprise captures key findings from a survey of 3,000 IT managers and 1,300 end users across four countries.
Research on BYOD in the enterprise captures key findings from a survey of 3,000 IT managers and 1,300 end users from Australia, Germany, South Korea, and the United States.