In a day without a data center, events quickly spiral out of control for a person dependent on connected devices such as cell phones.
Intel IT’s insight into accommodating the influx of mobile devices in the workplace we see now, and preparing for the devices we’ll see in the future.
Service and convenience expectations in mobile devices for the workplace are changing rapidly. Hear Intel IT’s insight into accommodating the influx of these mobile devices, and how to prepare for the devices in the future.Full View >
Intel IT looks at how to evaluate Ultrabook™ devices in the enterprise and what to expect as more employees use them in the future.
It’s important for the IT department to ensure security and manageability in devices–even as it promotes mobility and productivity. Hear how Intel IT evaluates Ultrabooks™ in the enterprise and what to expect as more employees use them in the future.Full View >
Podcast: CIO Kim Stevenson shares the latest on Intel IT innovations and provides future priorities in an update to the 2013 Intel IT Annual Report.
Podcast: For the Intel IT Annual Report, Intel CIO Kim Stevenson shares the latest on innovations that Intel IT has developed and provides a list of priorities for the remainder of the year and beyond in this 2013 mid-year update.Full View >
Intel IT and Sara Browning discuss the development of the Intel® Video Portal and how it can lead toward more effective enterprise collaboration.
Intel and ADP talk security by design—the idea of incorporating security measures throughout the entire development and manufacturing process.
Intel’s BYOD program was built to facilitate eDiscovery – legal requests for data –stored on personally owned devices such as smartphones and tablets.
Intel IT’s role in the development of IA-based enterprise-optimized smartphones and how our experience with consumerization was critical.
Intel IT’s role in the development of IA-based enterprise optimized smartphones and how our experience with consumerization in the organization was critical.Full View >
Dynamic UX enables computers to learn and understand user behavior and needs with predictive technology that personalizes the user experience.
Dynamic UX enables a transformation from the traditional knowledge worker to the predictive worker through technology that learns about users and connects that information to how they do their jobs to provide the best resources when they are needed.Full View >
Video: Intel IT considers dynamic virtual client (DVC) technology, that provides a more robust and flexible platform for business and personal use.
Intel IT is considering implementing Dynamic Virtual Client (DVC) technology that will provide a more robust and flexible platform that users want and enterprises need. It provides greater flexibility and faster solution development at lower cost.Full View >