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Intel® Teach Elements—Online Professional Development Courses

Intel® Teach Elements is a series of free online professional development courses that provide deep exploration of 21st century learning concepts.

Mobile Device Security with Windows* 8.1 Begins in the Hardware

Solution Brief: Strengthen your mobile device security with hardware-enhanced protections on devices powered by Intel® processors with Windows 8.1*."

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New Choices in Windows* 8 Device Management White Paper

Management considerations for Windows* 8 mobile devices compare Active Directory Domain Services* and Windows 8 and Windows Server* 2012 R2 features.

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Windows* 8.1 Device Management Goes Mobile White Paper

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.

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Landmark Enhances 3-D Modeling for Oil Production Decision Making

Case Study: Landmark improves performance of 3-D earth modeling software for oil production decision making using Dell Precision* workstations.

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Intel® Education Software

Intel® Education Software, customized applications for learning, classroom, and IT management.

Intel® Education—K-12 STEM Resources

Intel provides free STEM curriculum, competitions, and online resources to encourage students' interest in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.

Hardware-Enhanced Security Changes Business Security Paradigm

White Paper: Change your security paradigm with hardware-enhanced security on Intel® architecture and better protect your business from threats.

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Enterprise Device Management: Refresh Cycle Is Still Relevant

Even with the proliferation of device types, Intel IT adheres to the fundamentals of enterprise device management.

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Irving, Texas Digital Curriculum Case Study

Irving,Texas school district finds that changing the laws of the state is what it takes to succeed in going digital.