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Insight into Intel IT's Best PracticesAs IT professionals, managers, and executives, we all share the common mission to optimize IT investments and streamline operations to create value for our businesses.Intel IT maximizes business value through proactive investment, innovation, and implementation of IT best practices—enabling our organization to be an agile and responsive partner to Intel’s business and product groups.Learn more about our strategic planning methods and solutions for business intelligence, employees, and data centers at www.intel.com/IT.Engage with Peers Around the WorldThe IT@Intel program connects IT professionals, managers, and executives around the world with peers inside our organization—sharing insights, lessons learned, tools, methods, strategies, and best practices with one simple goal in mind: to unleash the value of IT.Find us. Explore technical white papers, briefs, videos, and blogs for the inside story on Intel’s own IT experiences at www.intel.com/IT.Use us. Discover online tools based on the methodologies we use that can help you make informed decisions about IT investments.Engage with us. Share your perspective and own best practices inside our online community to help create innovative solutions to the common challenges we all face.Read the full Insight into Intel IT's Best Practices Paper.
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