Guide: How to use the standalone Remote Configuration Service utility and Intel® Setup and Configuration Software to configure Intel® AMT.
Guide: Describes how to use the standalone Remote Configuration Service utility and Intel® Setup and Configuration Software (Intel® SCS) to configure Intel® Active Management Technology.
Guide: Describes how to use System Discovery utility to configure, use, and get data about Intel® Active Management Technology from systems.
Guide: Describes how to use the standalone System Discovery utility to configure, use, and get data about Intel® Active Management Technology from systems in your network, including information on using the utility and data formats.
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.
An Intel®-based tablet or 2 in 1 device running Windows* 8 provides mobile executives the best mix of performance, security, and functionality so they can quickly access information, present, and collaborate—in the office or on the road.
Describes how IT managers can build a business case for and plan a device upgrade and refresh strategy based on decisions that help manage costs and maximize user productivity, including how to use the Business Client Refresh ROI Estimator.
The enterprise mobility planning guide explains how to increase security, flexibility and productivity for your mobile users, with risks and benefits.
The enterprise mobility planning guide explains the risks and benefits associated with upgrading PCs and provides guidance on how to provide the flexibility and mobility employees want while strengthening security.
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.
Describes new features in Windows* 8.1 and Windows Server* 2012 R2 that help manage new PCs, such as Ultrabooks™ and 2 in 1 devices, that resemble mobile devices, addressing enterprise IT and bring-your-own-device issues.