White Paper: NTT DATA uses Intel® Open Network Platform and OpenFlow* to simplify complex user-managed network equipment implementation for flexible software-based central management, operational automation, and data transmission optimization.
An in-depth look at how McAfee Deep Defender*, DeepSAFE* work with the Intel hardware features to run beyond the OS to detect covert stealth attacks.
Intel IT experts and Columbia Sportswear’s Global Director of Infrastructure discuss the impact of a fully modernized data center infrastructure.
Intel IT experts and Columbia Sportswear’s Global Director of Infrastructure discuss the impact a fully modernized data center infrastructure can have on the scalability, efficiency, reliability and cost of IT service delivery.
Intel® AES-NI is a new encryption instruction set, improving on the previous algorithm and accelerating data encryption.
Intel® AES-NI improves on the previous Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) algorithm, accelerating data encryption on the Intel® Xeon® processor family and 2nd generation Intel Core™ processor family.
White Paper: Intel IT evaluates Keyboard-Video-Mouse Remote Control, hardware-based in PCs with Intel® Core™ vPro™ processors and Intel® HD Graphics.
Intel IT recently developed a series of use cases that take advantage of Keyboard-Video-Mouse (KVM) Remote Control, a hardware-based feature of PCs with Intel® Core™ vPro™ processors and Intel® HD Graphics.
Learn about thinking differently with Diane Bryant, Intel CIO strategic initiatives – Cloud, IT Consumerization, Security, and Business Intelligence.
Intel’s BYOD program was built to facilitate eDiscovery –legal requests for data– stored on personally owned devices such as smartphones and tablets.
Intel’s BYOD program was built to facilitate eDiscovery – legal requests for data – stored on personally owned devices such as smartphones and tablets.
Intel IT investigated whether a stipend-funded BYO program could optimize the annual IT PC refresh budgets, encourage BYO PC program participation.
Intel IT investigated whether a stipend-funded program for bring-your-own (BYO) PCs could optimize the annual IT PC refresh budgets and encourage BYO PC program participation by offering increased platform choice for employees.