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Atos and Intel: Partners in Productivity

Andrew Kelemen, CTO and Head of Portfolio for Atos, discusses how Intel® technology enables Atos to support and manage over two million workstations.

Intel® Teach Program Worldwide

Intel® Teach Worldwide professional development courses help teachers of all subjects engage students and bring digital learning into the classroom.

Zhoushan SAT: Enhancing Tax Services with Tablets

Zhoushan SAT builds a mobile platform and uses Intel Atom processor-based tablets to make tax service more convenient.

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Renji Hospital: Improving Medical Services

Renji Hospital Shanghai Jaio Tao University School of Medicine enables enhanced mobile patient care with Intel® Atom™ processor-based tablets.

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Remote Configuration of Intel® vPro™ Technology Client Scripts

White Paper: Explains the process for remote configuration of Intel® vPro™ technology clients using scripts to exchange messages with the server.

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Saem-mul Education: Tablets Help the Hearing-Impaired Communicate

Intel® architecture-based tablets help people with hearing loss communicate with the world using sign language.

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Deploying Tablets with Intel® Architecture and Windows* 8 at Intel

Intel IT proof of concept presentation provides details on the deployment of Intel® Atom™ processor-based tablets with Windows* 8 at Intel.

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Engaging Students with Anytime, Anywhere Learning

Case Study: Northern Michigan University enables anytime, anywhere learning with Ultrabook™ 2 in 1 systems for enhanced student-teacher collaboration.

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Mobile Management with Windows* 8.1 How-To Guide

Windows Server 2012 R2* and Windows* 8.1 how-to helps configure new productivity and manageability features for mobile Windows devices.

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What is 64-bit Mobile Computing?

Get 64-bit mobile basics to see if upgrading makes sense; the platform can process twice as much data, but also requires a 64-bit OS and applications.