Intel CIO Kim Stevenson and Dell CIO Paul J. Walsh discuss how a no wires workspace for content sharing improves productivity and collaboration.
Intel CIO Kim Stevenson and Dell CIO Paul J. Walsh discuss how businesses can improve productivity and collaboration by creating a no wires workspace for video and content sharing using Intel® Pro WiDi and 5th gen Intel® vPro™ technology.Full View >
Hear how Intel products and Cloudera* big data analytics can enable businesses to solve market challenges and increase profitability.
The right device makes all the difference. Learn how Westgate Resorts used Intel-based tablets to transform the way they do business.
The results of a 2013 survey of 200 U.S-based IT managers provide insights into how organizations are using big data analytics today, and their plans for using big data by 2016. This survey also compares against 2012 results on the same topic.
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 >
Video: highlights Intel® Cloud Builders, a program designed to ease the deployment of cloud infrastructure.
Cloud storage, hosting, and other cloud services have more complex requirements in the data center, so Intel formed Intel® Cloud Builders — an industry enabling program designed to ease the deployment of cloud infrastructure.Full View >
Intel IT is using aggregated workstations in standard office cubicles to extend the benefits of high-performance computing to small design sites.
Silicon design engineers use robust applications, but not all sites can host the capacity required to support them. We clustered workstations to result in faster design cycles and the ability to quickly meet business needs for compute capacity.
Intel conducted an investigation of air economizers to optimize power and cooling in their data centers.
Video: Intel IT datacenter adopts the Intel® Xeon® processors E7 family and projects USD 650 million value by 2014.
Our Intel IT data center strategy is on track to deliver USD 650 million of value by 2014. A large driver is adopting the latest generation Intel® Xeon® processors, including the new Intel® Xeon® processor E7 family.Full View >