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Intel® Identity Protection Technology

Intel® Identity Protection Technology (Intel® IPT) prevents unauthorized access to your important accounts by improving your level of security.

Tablets and Ultrabook™ Systems Enhance Government Worker Mobility

Tablets and 2 in 1 Ultrabook™ systems with Intel® Core™ processors help boost mobile productivity for Michigan government employees.

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Mobile Computing Aids Community-Centric Policing

Case Study: Wiltshire Police are improving their community presence using mobile computing, such as wireless laptops with Intel® Core™ i5 processors.

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Case Study: School District Finds Wireless Reliability for K-12

See how Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District secures wireless reliability with Chromebooks* powered by Intel, which support 1:1 learning and BYOD.

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Immersive Collaboration

Atos and Intel are using next-generation collaboration technologies and digital workplace transformation to reshape the enterprise.

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Wellcar* Delivers Mobile, Affordable Healthcare to Rural Areas

A smart health vehicle uses Intel® technologies for mobile computing and the Internet of Things to address critical shortage of rural health services.

Wiltshire Police: Policing from within the Community

Wiltshire Police are improving their presence in the community using wireless laptops and tablets with Intel® Core™ i5 processors.

Building a Mobile Application Development Framework

See how Intel IT’s mobile application development framework helps project teams plan, develop, and produce applications for mobile deployment.

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Rizzoli: The Bookshop of the Future in the Heart of Milan

Combining art and modernity, Intel® technology-based tablets, video walls, and mini PCs transform Galleria Rizzoli into a cutting-edge store.

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What is 64-bit Mobile Computing?

Get 64-bit mobile basics to see if upgrading makes sense; the platform can process twice as much data, but also requires a 64-bit OS and applications.