By migrating its EHR database from RISC to an open standards-based architecture, University Health lowers TCO and boosts performance and flexibility.
See how, by migrating its EHR database from RISC to an open standards-based architecture, University Health is slashing total cost of ownership (TCO) while boosting performance, flexibility, and coordinated care for patients.
Software-defined networking (SDN) enables on-demand provisioning of networks and network services.
Intel IT is adopting software-defined networking (SDN) to enable on-demand provisioning of networks and network services. By virtualizing the network through a programmable interface, we can offer better support for Intel application developers.
Success Brief: Meredith improves remote client IT support, remote management, user productivity, and client security with Intel® vPro™ platform.
Success Brief: Meredith Corporation improves IT support for remote clients by standardizing on Intel® Core™ i5 vPro™ processor-based PCs, laptops, and Ultrabook™ devices, enhancing remote management, user productivity, and client security.
Case Study: National Credit Card Center of the R.O.C. builds a high-speed data center to boost credit card service and meet data processing demands.
Case Study: The National Credit Card Center of the R.O.C. builds a high-speed data center to boost credit card service, increase data transfer efficiency, and meet data processing demands.
Data virtualization solutions deploy quickly and provide a performance boost when some initial processing is pushed down to source containers.
By deploying data virtualization solutions that combine disparate data sources into a single virtual layer, Intel IT expects to increase the agility of our business intelligence (BI). This will enable us to solve business problems more quickly.
Improve the experiences of workers and patients by pioneering consumerization and BYOD in healthcare IT with an understanding of how devices are used.
Minimize the risk for a security breach by pioneering consumerization and BYOD in healthcare IT organizations to improve the experiences of healthcare workers and patients with a better understanding of how smartphones and tablets are being used.
Four IT managers discuss virtual desktop management models for four industries: financial services, education, healthcare, and general office.