The world is no longer flat. At Intel IT we realized we needed to rethink how we approach enterprise security. We cannot continue to spend all our resources trying to block every threat. Our new approach takes into consideration that the role of enterprise security is to both protect and enable Intel’s business, including supporting new usage models like cloud computing, IT consumerization, and social computing.
Intel IT's approach to enterprise security considers both protection and enablement of Intel's business, supporting new usage models such as cloud computing, IT consumerization, and social computing.
Intel IT implements a private enterprise cloud powered by Intel® Xeon® processors for improved efficiency, actively managed storage capacity.
Intel IT is transitioning to an enterprise private cloud that will support our office and enterprise computing applications. This cloud is based on a virtualized infrastructure accessing shared pools of storage through storage area networks (SANs).
August 2011 edition discusses a private cloud that determines device attributes and user preferences and delivers accordingly.
August 2011 edition of IT@Intel Executive Insights, discusses a private cloud that can determine device attributes and user preferences and deliver accordingly. Topics include why client endpoints matter and, new models of client-aware computing.
Cloud computing is changing the way Intel IT manages Intel data centers. We are adopting cloud computing as part of our data center strategy to provide cost-effective, highly agile back-end services that boost both employee and business productivity.
White Paper: Intel IT develops processes and tools to solve challenges in corporate divestiture.
To meet the unique needs of Intel's most complex corporate divestiture, Intel IT developed new processes and tools that solved challenges in areas of intellectual property protection, legal, compliance, asset transfer, and manufacturing carve-out.
Executive Insights: A computing platform supports high levels of productivity and mobility, plus a variety of compute models and device capability.
Intel IT selected a computing platform to support high levels of productivity and mobility, plus a variety of compute models and device capability. The combination of hardware and software boosts productivity, lowers cost, and improves security
Case Study: Sohu uses Intel® Xeon® processor based servers to build an enterprise private cloud platform and deploy multiple Xen* virtual machines.
Case Study: Sohu uses multiple servers based on the Intel® Xeon® processor to build a highly energy-efficient enterprise private cloud computing platform and deploy multiple Xen* virtual machines on each server.
Guide: Solution architecture of a private cloud based on OpenStack*. Includes several enhancements to security and energy efficiency.
Guide: Solution architecture of a private cloud based on OpenStack*. Includes several enhancements to security and energy efficiency that take advantage of Intel processor architecture, advanced technologies, and software components.