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Intel IT Executive Insights: Addressing the Consumerization of IT As mobile devices and technologies proliferate in the marketplace, an increasing number of employees at Intel want to use their personally owned devices within the enterprise. In addition, they want to choose the platforms, applications, online tools and services to accomplish their jobs and manage their lives. This trend is often referred to as the “consumerization of IT”. Intel IT recognizes that employees want access to information and applications anytime, anywhere, enabling them to work in more flexible and productive ways.VirtualizationIntel IT found that client virtualization can enable enterprises to reduce total cost of ownership, provision client platforms more quickly, and provide users with greater choice and flexibility.SecurityAs Intel IT actively integrates employee-owned hand-held devices into our enterprise environment, security is key to success.Collaboration and Social ComputingIntel IT is implementing an enterprise-wide social computing platform with the goal of transforming collaboration across Intel.DevicesIntel IT is investigating and implementing ways to allow employees to select the technology that helps them be the most productive.Read the full Intel IT Executive Insights: Addressing the Consumerization of IT.
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