The Inside IT Radio Show features Intel IT subject matter experts discussing topics like cloud computing, security, and the compute continuum.
Intel IT’s bi-weekly podcast features our subject matter experts, and other invited experts, discussing a variety of topics ranging from cloud computing and security to social media and the compute continuum in an easily consumable, eight minutes.
Video: explains resetting encrypted passwords with Intel® Active Management Technology on Intel® vPro™ processor tools, saving service time.
Matt Bodin of Intel IT demonstrates in a proof-of-concept how Intel® Active Management Technology can be used to reset passwords on encrypted hard drives, saving service deck technicians significant time.Full View >
Podcast talks with Intel security architecture and technology development lead Alan Ross about Intel's IT cloud security strategy.
Podcast talks with Intel security architecture and technology development lead Alan Ross about Intel's IT cloud security strategy: segregate virtual environments, employ balance controls, monitor applications while maintaining privacy compliance.Full View >
In considering cloud computing cost, Intel IT developed a hybrid model, moving from public providers to our private cloud as demand becomes predictable. We expect high levels of agility, scalability, and efficiency as well as increased savings.
Case Study: City of Liverpool College faculty employ IT consumerization in education using Intel®-based tablets to teach more efficient learning.
Case Study: City of Liverpool College faculty employ IT consumerization in education using Intel® Atom™ processor-based Windows* 8 Pro tablets to teach more efficiently, delivering productive and inspirational instruction for greater learning.
Case Study: GS Home Shopping reduces costs and increases efficiency by replacing UNIX*-based IT servers with Intel® Xeon® processor-based servers.
Case Study: GS Home Shopping application server and eCommerce analytic database server migration replaces its UNIX*-based IT environment with Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2660-based servers to solve problems with high-maintenance costs and efficiency.
In a day without a data center, events quickly spiral out of control for a person dependent on connected devices such as cell phones.