In the IT performance report, Intel CIO Kim Stevenson takes stock of the accomplishments of 2013 and looks at the year ahead.
Businesses view IT more and more as a strategic partner, a key differentiator that can help drive IT business value and innovation. In this podcast, Intel CIO Kim Stevenson takes stock of the accomplishments of 2013, and looks at the year ahead.Full View >
KC Quah, Supply Chain IT strategic planner, describes how they deliver world-class application development and production services support.
Intel IT discusses the evolution of their big data strategy, the methods IT employs to develop it, and their expectations for big data moving forward.
Podcast: Stuart Tyler discusses historic privacy principles and how a company can create an effective approach that enhances business.
Podcast: Stuart Tyler, senior Intel privacy analyst, discusses historic privacy principles, how they can guide the enterprise when devising a privacy program, and how a company can create an effective approach that enhances business.Full View >
Intel IT’s David Schaefer discusses the value of data visualization tools for users and for IT and the future of visualization in the enterprise.
In this podcast, Yatish Goel, technical integrator, tells us how Intel IT focuses resources while expanding into the cloud BI space.
Cloud capabilities have opened up new opportunities and have created new possibilities in the area of Business Intelligence. In this podcast, hear how Intel IT focuses resources while expanding into this space.Full View >
Explains the architecture evolution to scale-out storage for greater manageability, performance, and utilization with nearly unlimited scalability.
Explains the data center storage architecture evolution to scale-out storage, delivering manageability, more performance, and greater storage utilization with nearly unlimited scalability.Full View >
Discusses the benefits of NYSE Technologies' data center, which provides community cloud services in a closed network for the financial market.
Intel IT’s Cathy Spence discuss their developer training for cloud aware applications.
In-memory analytics on Intel® Xeon® processor E7 v2 family-based servers overcomes the storage I/O bottleneck for real-time intelligence.
See how in-memory analytics—storing data on system memory and not a hard drive—on servers based on the Intel® Xeon® processor E7 v2 family overcomes the storage I/O bottleneck to improve real-time business intelligence and analytics.Full View >