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MOMA Video Conferencing Improves Health Care Outcomes

Case Study: MOMA video conferencing reduces hospitalizations and specialty clinic visits and improves quality of care for chronically ill patients.

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Mobile Healthcare—Powering the Health Workforce

Intel powers the next generation of Ultrabooks™, tablets, devices, and smart phones in the hospital, clinic, and home.

Hadoop* and Bioanalytics Provide Comprehensive Solutions

White Paper: Cloudera, BioDatomics, and Intel partner to marry Hadoop* and bioanalytics in a platform designed for biologists and bioinformaticians.

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Adopting Software-Defined Networking in the Enterprise

Software-defined networking (SDN) enables on-demand provisioning of networks and network services.

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Intelligent Storage Optimization to Streamline the Data Center

Brief: Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 v2 product family-based solutions help reduce storage capacity needs, streamlining data center efficiency.

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Intel Talk to an Expert Webinar: Data Center Optimization

Intel IT experts and Columbia Sportswear’s Global Director of Infrastructure discuss the impact of a fully modernized data center infrastructure.

Pioneering Consumerization and BYOD in Healthcare Solution Brief

Improve the experiences of workers and patients by pioneering consumerization and BYOD in healthcare IT with an understanding of how devices are used.

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Collaborative Analytics for Personalized Cancer Care

Intel and the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute use collaborative analytics and genomic analysis via the cloud to develop personalized treatment plans.

The Future of the Data Center: Intel's Perspective

Intel's vision focuses on software-defined infrastructure that will enable organizations to do amazing things through their data centers.

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Four IT Managers Talk Virtual Desktop Management

Four IT managers discuss virtual desktop management models for four industries: financial services, education, healthcare, and general office.