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Atos and Intel: Partners in Productivity

Andrew Kelemen, CTO and Head of Portfolio for Atos, discusses how Intel® technology enables Atos to support and manage over two million workstations.

Understanding Cyberthreat Motivations to Improve Defense

Threat-based risk management--an effective strategy to identify, assess, prioritize, and control cybersecurity risks

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Remote Configuration of Intel® vPro™ Technology Client Scripts

White Paper: Explains the process for remote configuration of Intel® vPro™ technology clients using scripts to exchange messages with the server.

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Best Practices for Implementing Apache Hadoop* Software

In five weeks, Intel IT implemented an Intel® Distribution for Apache Hadoop* software-based big data platform for business intelligence value.

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Applying Privacy Principles in a Rapidly Changing World

White Paper: Explores how to apply current privacy principles to provide effective protection and innovation in today’s complex data environment.

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Deploying Tablets with Intel® Architecture and Windows* 8 at Intel

Intel IT proof of concept presentation provides details on the deployment of Intel® Atom™ processor-based tablets with Windows* 8 at Intel.

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Inside IT: Security by Design - RSA 2014

Intel and ADP talk security by design—the idea of incorporating security measures throughout the entire development and manufacturing process.

Inside IT: Intel’s Software Defined Network

Intel IT gives some history behind the software defined network change in the data center and how it can add real value to the enterprise.

Balancing Enterprise Security and Employee Productivity

Chris Sellers, general manager of Intel IT Information Security, discusses its “protect to enable” security strategy.

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Intel IT Environment

A look at Intel IT’s vital statistics.

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