Learn how enterprise mobility management is transforming business productivity, yet simultaneously creating security challenges for IT.
Learn about enterprise mobility management.
Describes enterprise IT management features of Windows* 8.1 and Windows Server* 2012 R2 for consumer mobile PCs like Ultrabooks™ and 2 in 1 devices.
Describes new features in Windows* 8.1 and Windows Server* 2012 R2 that help manage new PCs, such as Ultrabooks™ and 2 in 1 devices, that resemble mobile devices, addressing enterprise IT and bring-your-own-device issues.
Plan your enterprise mobility strategy to help increase security and improve productivity on mobile devices.
Discover resources to help you plan your enterprise mobility strategy, and find out how to increase security for IT and improve user productivity on mobile devices across your business.
Management considerations for Windows* 8 mobile devices compare Active Directory Domain Services* and Windows 8 and Windows Server* 2012 R2 features.
Presents some management considerations for Windows* 8 mobile devices including the strengths and benefits of using Active Directory Domain Services* and the new mobile management features in Windows 8 and Windows Server* 2012 R2.
Case Study: Enterprise Ultrabook™ devices with Windows* 8 meet business and IT requirements for performance, security, and manageability.
Case Study: Enterprise Ultrabook™ devices with Windows* 8 have the capabilities to meet enterprise IT requirements and support business needs for performance, security, and manageability.
White Paper: Intel® vPro™ technology and Intel® Active Management Technology help Atos provide remote management of PCs to enterprise customers.
White Paper: See how Intel® Active Management Technology, part of Intel® vPro™ technology, helps IT service providers such as Atos provide remote management of PCs and security for enterprise customers, regardless of a system’s power state.
Case Study: Mental health agency increases mobile productivity using a tablet-based unified information system that cuts costs and improves services.
Case Study: A Pennsylvania county agency achieves greater mobile productivity using a tablet-based unified information system that cuts administrative costs, reduces energy consumption, and eliminates the waiting list for mental health services.