Video demo: comments by elementary students and others on how learning is faster and deeper by using the Intel classmate PC.
Video demo: showing features and benefits of the Intel® Education Solutions clamshell classmate PC optimized for eLearning environments.
Intel IT’s Roy Ubry talks about their security evaluation of Microsoft Windows* 8 on two Intel® architecture-based tablets for use in the enterprise.
Roy Ubry, Intel IT staff engineer, was part of the team that assessed the security of Microsoft Windows* 8 on new Intel® architecture-based tablets. In this podcast he talks about the evaluation of two types of tablets for use in the enterprise.Full View >
Intel IT’s John Mahvi talks about the advantages to IT and employees as Intel offers Ultrabook™ devices widely to its employees for the first time.
Intel IT’s John Mahvi talks about the advantages to IT and employees as Intel offers Ultrabook™ devices widely to its employees for the first time.Full View >
More capable and powerful devices can provide numerous benefits, even when accessing cloud-based services.
More capable and powerful devices can improve overall user experience, enhance support for security and manageability capabilities, and provide best fit for emerging enterprise usage model requirements, even when accessing cloud-based services.Full View >
Learn how Intel IT is adopting and implementing new technologies and strategies to create an environment of enhanced employee collaboration.
Intel IT is leading the way in adopting and implementing new technologies and strategies to create an environment conducive to collaboration. In this podcast, learn about the tools used to get people together and focus on the work at hand.Full View >
Intel IT looks at how to evaluate Ultrabook™ devices in the enterprise and what to expect as more employees use them in the future.
It’s important for the IT department to ensure security and manageability in devices–even as it promotes mobility and productivity. Hear how Intel IT evaluates Ultrabooks™ in the enterprise and what to expect as more employees use them in the future.Full View >
Students at Cornell Cup USA demonstrate a powered upper body exoskeleton that provides support for occupational lifting and physical rehabilitation.
University of Pennsylvania students participating in Cornell Cup USA demonstrate the Titan Arm*, a powered upper body exoskeleton driven by an Intel® Atom™ processor that provides support for occupational lifting and physical rehabilitation.Full View >
Sandeep Gupta of Arizona State University discusses the need for body area sensor networks as part of the Intel® Embedded Education Summit of 2010.