Mobile and desktop business PCs based on Intel® Core™ vPro™ processors deliver embedded security that guards user identities and protects data.
Mobile and desktop designs based on Intel® Core™ vPro™ processors deliver embedded security that guards user identities and protects data.
Brief: Intel IT supports first certified green building with system that recovers data center heat to heat the rest of the building.
To support our first certified green building, Intel IT has designed a system that saves energy by recovering data center heat and using it to heat the rest of the building. We project savings of approximately USD 235,000 annually.
Server sizing and selection is critical. Under-sizing servers may result in the need for mid-life server refresh, which can result in significant disruption to business operations, added logistical complexity, and increased total cost of ownership.
Upgrading our data center network architecture to support speeds greater than 10 GbE is essential in optimizing our data center infrastructure.
Upgrading our network architecture to support speeds greater than 10 GbE is essential in optimizing our data center infrastructure to more quickly respond to business needs while enhancing the services and value IT brings to the business.
With Ultrabook™ devices, Intel and Atos are helping address evolving enterprise needs, providing the performance, flexibility and mobility employees expect and the security, manageability, connectivity and cost-effectiveness enterprises require.
Intel IT and Sara Browning discuss the development of the Intel® Video Portal and how it can lead toward more effective enterprise collaboration.
More capable and powerful devices can provide numerous benefits, even when accessing cloud-based services.
More capable and powerful devices can improve overall user experience, enhance support for security and manageability capabilities, and provide best fit for emerging enterprise usage model requirements, even when accessing cloud-based services.Full View >
Intel IT Annual Report: 2012 mid-year update that shares progress on key strategic initiatives that delivered business value to Intel -- cloud computing, IT consumerization, business intelligence, social computing and enterprise security.