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Data Center Technology: Refresh for Competitive Advantage

Show IT the benefits of pursuing a data center refresh in the medium term, including prepping for an SDI future.

Data Center Requirements: Refresh for Operating Efficiency

An overview about how upgraded data center technology can help IT spend less time managing the data center and more time serving the business.

Accelerating Touch-enabled Enterprise Ultrabook™ Device Deployment

Product Brief: Intel IT accelerates touch-enabled enterprise Ultrabook™ device and Microsoft Windows 8* deployment ahead of the original schedule.

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Benefits of Intel SSDs - Improved Reliability and Security

Intel® Solid-State Drives deliver compelling employee benefits related to productivity, reliability, security, lifecycle, and total cost of ownership.

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Integrate Data Warehouses with Data Virtualization for BI Agility

Data virtualization solutions deploy quickly and provide a performance boost when some initial processing is pushed down to source containers.

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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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Data Center Infrastructure: Intel® Xeon® Processor E5 v3 Family

Build data center infrastructure on the Intel® Xeon® processor E5 v3 family with this real-world guide.

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Deploying Windows* 8 on Intel® Architecture-based Tablets

This paper describes our process and best practices for preparing for and deploying Windows* 8 on Intel® architecture-based tablets.

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Why Build a Private Cloud? Virtualization vs. Cloud Computing

A virtualized DC is not a private cloud. Why should IT build a private cloud, and how does he get there? This video provides the answers.

Public Cloud vs. Private Cloud vs. Hybrid Cloud

What are the differences between public, private, and hybrid clouds? What can each do, and why are they important?