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Charles La Trobe College: Mobile Devices in Education

Case Study: Charles La Trobe College promotes learning without limits in a collaborative environment with Intel® Atom™ processor-based 2 in 1 devices.

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2 in 1 Laptop Tablet for Insurance Company Goes Paperless

Intel® Core™ i5 processor and Windows* 8-based tablets help 2 in 1 laptop tablet for Insurance Company go paperless and improve communications.

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Upgrade Your Point of Sale Systems

Upgrading PCs and transactional devices can increase efficiency, security,and cost savings, all while providing enriched customer service experiences.

Ten Ways to Reduce Your Computer's Energy Need

Technology Tip: Intel IT explains ten ways to reduce a computer's energy need.

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Inside IT: Ultrabook™ Deployment in the Enterprise Podcast

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.

Interactive Demo: Intel® Core™ Processor Family Performance

Get enterprise PC refresh and deployment stability with the Intel® Core™ processor family for performance, Windows 7* migration, and virtualization.

White Paper: Using TCO to Determine PC Upgrade Cycles

Discusses methodology using TCO to determine PC operating costs and deployment costs, and to determine upgrade cycles.

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Transforming IT with PC Refresh

Video: Tube Lines refreshes London's Underground infrastructure with desktop and laptop PCs using the Intel® Core™2 processor with vPro™ technology.

Video: 2nd generation Intel® Core™ vPro™ processor family

Overview of the 2nd Generation Intel® Core™ vPro™ processor family, offering new capabilities and multitask processing.

Mobile technology: the future of enterprise

Atea bridges the gap between user demands and IT department expectations with Intel® Core™ i5 and i7 vPro™ processors.

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