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In response to IT consumerization, Intel IT began allowing employees to use personal smart phones to access enterprise resources in early 2010. The program has...
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How can a company protect its IP in a restricted environment, yet continue to allow its employees to use their smart phones while working onsite?
How to enable the modern workforce; the challenges and opportunities of creating a truly mobile enterprise in the new world of devices.
In this IT@Intel Technology Tip, we offer several simple ways to get the most out of your smartphone’s battery life.
Intel IT integrates our cloud computing efforts with our bring-your-own device initiatives, helping Intel obtain the maximum business value from both.
Business Ultrabook™ devices are an option in our regular PC refresh cycle, making available an opportunity for productivity and flexibility benefits.
Intel’s BYOD program was built to facilitate eDiscovery –legal requests for data– stored on personally owned devices such as smartphones and tablets.
Our evaluation shows that enterprise Ultrabook™ devices include features that strongly support business usage models.
Intel IT investigated whether a stipend-funded BYO program could optimize the annual IT PC refresh budgets, encourage BYO PC program participation.
Intel IT's annual performance report tool shares the IT initiatives that created business value for Intel in 2011, as well as focus areas for 2012
Learn about thinking differently with Diane Bryant, Intel CIO strategic initiatives – Cloud, IT Consumerization, Security, and Business Intelligence.
Intel IT uses a pre-screening process to evaluate new devices for enterprise use, which also improves our ability to respond to employee demand.
Drying options and steps you can take that might get your electronic device working again if it has gotten wet.
Video: Intel IT members discuss folding user-owned devices into the IT infrastructure safely and efficiently IT.
Overview presents the business benefits of the 3rd gen Intel® Core™ vPro™ processor-based Ultrabook™, ideal for marketing, sales, and IT.
Built with 3rd Generation Intel® Core™ vPro™ processors, the benefits are a responsive, productive, more secure, and remotely manageable.