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Northern Michigan University Gets Anytime, Anywhere Learning

Anytime, anywhere learning with personal Ultrabook™ 2 in 1 systems featuring Intel® WiMAX empowers Northern Michigan University students and faculty.

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.

Built for Business: Mobilize Today’s Collaborative Workforce

Meet Cisco Cius*, an Intel powered enterprise class, mobile device designed for business, delivering connectivity, security, and manageability.

Chromebooks* in the Classroom Save Time

With Intel® processor-based Chromebooks* in the classroom, students spend less time waiting and teachers have more time to teach.

BYOD Consumerization—Bring Your Own Device

Enterprise Strategist Jim Henrys discusses the enterprise impacts and benefits of employee-owned tools and bringing your own device like smartphones.

Crimeware Protection Video: 4th Gen Intel® Core™ vPro™ Processor

Crimeware protection video shows how built-in technologies offer multi-layered protection in threat mitigation, identity, access, data, and monitoring

The Habit Restaurants: Revolutionizing Operations with Tablets

The Habit Restaurants reduce customer wait times and increase employee productivity using Dell* tablets with Intel® Atom™ processors and Windows 8*.

Choosing Mobile Devices for Collaborative Workflows

Dr. Mark Blatt talks mobile point of care device selection and shares how to choose the right mobile device for collaborative workflow applications.

Mobile Science Apps Enhance Lab Productivity

Ceiba’s touch-based mobile science apps use Ultrabooks™ and Windows* 8 Professional to enhance pharmaceutical productivity and IT compatibility.

Inside IT: Exploring a BYO Stipend

How Intel IT developed a methodology to assess the viability of a bring-your-own stipend program and the results they found.