Editor’s Pick: client computing podcast features technology consultant Dr. Neil Roodyn discussing the importance of cloud client computing.
Editor’s Pick: client computing podcast features technology consultant Dr. Neil Roodyn discussing the importance of client client computing, including hosted applications, documents, and rich clients.
Intel® Core™ vPro™ processors help Princess Cruise Lines improve desktop virtualization, enhance remote management, and reduce operating costs.
Princess Cruise Lines uses Intel® Core™ vPro™ processors to remotely manage 6,000 enterprise PCs, helping Princess IT leaders to reduce downtime and costs, streamline management, and improve productivity.
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure versus a PC environment analysis based on cost and service desk operations.
Many IT organizations believe that VDI desktops accessed from thin clients reduce costs and optimize service desk operations. However, after all costs are tallied, VDI can be more expensive than a well-managed PC environment for office workers.
Examines Las Vegas Metro’s information management system using Intel® vPro™ technology and Linear Systems.
Video: Intel® AMT and Intel® vPro™ technology manages your networked assets more efficiently and cost-effectively.
White Paper: Intel IT implements a low-cost thermal storage system that enables the data center to survive an electrical power outage.
Intel IT implemented a low-cost thermal storage system, based on auxiliary thermal storage tanks that enabled the data center to survive an electrical power outage without costly damage to servers.
Video: Industry analysts Jack Gold and Peter Kastner provide their perspectives on the 2nd generation Intel® Core™ vPro™ processor family.
Video: Industry analysts Jack Gold and Peter Kastner provide their perspectives on the 2nd generation Intel® Core™ vPro™ processor family.Full View >
White Paper: Aberdeen Group researches trends and offers risk reduction recommendations for companies whose laptops go missing.
The Aberdeen Group has determined that for every 100 laptop PCs companies issue, 15 will never be seen again. According to the study sponsored partly by Intel, five will be lost or stolen (one recovered) and 11 will simply vanish.