The Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games needed IT partners to help deliver its event with a global audience of more than two billion people. The Games needed a technology partner that could deliver a stable, end-to-end solution to support the requirements of those involved in the event. Organizers chose Dell to deliver an end-to-end solution, including Intel® technology-powered Dell laptops, desktops, workstations, servers and storage. It received funding from Dell Financial Services and also opted for Dell ProSupport backed by Dell Security Services. Games organizers were able to meet their reliability, simplified management and budget goals with the end-to-end Dell solution.
Intel CIO Kim Stevenson takes stock of the accomplishments of 2013 and looks at the year ahead.
Interacting with technology should be as natural as you are. It should also be more intuitive, immersive, and delightful.
Enhancing productivity and collective intelligence.
Kim Stevenson describes the importance of "possibility thinking" or starting with the end in mind.
KC Quah shows how Supply Chain IT supports application development and production services.
Adding security throughout development and manufacturing.