Ruiping Sun, Principal Architect at Yahoo, shares how an Intel®-based enterprise cloud storage solution using server-based, software-defined storage is helping reduce costs, manage storage, and improve user experience for its consumer cloud services.Full View >
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Intel CIO Kim Stevenson and Dell CIO Paul J. Walsh discuss how businesses can improve productivity and collaboration by creating a no wires workspace for video and content sharing using Intel® Pro WiDi and 5th gen Intel® vPro™ technology.Full View >
Find a better way to work and achieve greater productivity, mobility, and collaboration with 5th generation Intel® Core™ vPro™ processors.
Find a better way to work with 6th generation Intel® Core™ processors that help make the small changes such as improving productivity that lead to increased effectiveness of mobile workers and improved collaboration throughout the organization.Full View >
Safer meetings and seamless collaboration – just two features of the Intel® Unite™ Solution - software designed to securely connect attendees.
Protect meeting access, secure data and seamlessly connect users from any location – conference room solutions just got smarter with Intel® Unite.
Protect meeting access, secure data, collaborate in real-time, and seamlessly connect users from any location, anywhere in the world – conference room solutions just got smarter with Intel® Unite.Full View >
Intel CSO Malcolm Harkins discusses enterprise security, ensuring privacy protections, and keeping the proper mindset in the midst of radical change.
Intel Chief Security and Privacy Officer Malcolm Harkins shares his thoughts on securing the enterprise, ensuring privacy protections, and keeping the proper mindset in the midst of radical change.Full View >
Intel IT has a new information security strategy called “Protect to Enable,” designed to increase productivity and innovation, while decreasing risk.
Can Information Security survive? Intel IT is tackling this challenge with a new information security strategy called “Protect to Enable.” Its security architecture is designed to increase productivity and innovation, while actually decreasing risk!Full View >
KC Quah, Supply Chain IT strategic planner, describes how they deliver world-class application development and production services support.