GM leaders cover the IT benefit of rapid data sharing in design, engineering, and manufacturing to bring vehicles to market faster and increase sales.
Intel and ADP talk security by design—the idea of incorporating security measures throughout the entire development and manufacturing process.
Intel IT gives some history behind the software defined network change in the data center and how it can add real value to the enterprise.
Intel provides verification and authentication capabilities built into the hardware to help protect users’ identities without hindering productivity.
Learn about thinking differently with Diane Bryant, Intel CIO strategic initiatives – Cloud, IT Consumerization, Security, and Business Intelligence.
Framestore enhances its visual effects leadership in film and integrated advertising with flexible IT solutions based on Intel® Xeon® processors.
Framestore, a UK-based visual effects company, drives expansion and enhances its leadership in film and integrated advertising with flexible IT solutions based on servers powered by Intel® Xeon® processors.Full View >
Create a cloud-based trusted computing platform on Intel® processors for multi-tenancy and personal device use with software and hardware security.
Create a cloud-based trusted computing platform on Intel® processors for multi-tenancy and personal device use that meets regulatory compliance with end-to-end hardware and software security technologies.Full View >
In this podcast, Yatish Goel, technical integrator, tells us how Intel IT focuses resources while expanding into the cloud BI space.
Cloud capabilities have opened up new opportunities and have created new possibilities in the area of Business Intelligence. In this podcast, hear how Intel IT focuses resources while expanding into this space.Full View >
Intel IT’s Shesha Krishnapura discuss their DC strategy, decision to run the DC service like a factory, and the key metrics for measuring its success.
SAS CEO Jim Goodnight speaks at Analytics 2013 about SAS’s commodity hardware, such as servers, racks, blades, and their Intel® Xeon® processors.
SAS CEO Jim Goodnight speaks at Analytics 2013 Conference, discussing SAS’s commodity hardware, such as servers, racks, blades, and the Intel® Xeon® processor inside.Full View >