Expect More from Your Business Computers

To get the most out of every workday, you need business-class PCs. The Intel vPro® platform is built for business with features for workforce productivity, endpoint security, mobile device management, and more.1

Why Choose the Intel vPro® Platform for Your Business Computers?

A high-performance business demands business-class PCs. When you have performance, security features, manageability, and stability, you can turn your PC fleet into a competitive advantage.

The Intel vPro® platform is built for business. It’s the no-compromise PC platform, designed to deliver the latest technologies in one integrated, validated solution.

With business computers based on the Intel vPro® platform, employees gain the right tools for focused productivity and adaptable performance. IT gets hardware-based security features, robust manageability, and a stable platform to help protect and efficiently manage the environment. That means everyone enjoys a great user experience.

What Does Performance Look Like for Your Business PCs?

PC performance has a major impact on employee productivity. In fact, employees can lose up to one full workday each year waiting for their three-plus-year-old computer to boot up.2

Choosing a PC that’s built for business means getting fast, responsive performance for multitasking and data analysis, the latest connectivity standards, and a long battery life. All this keeps employees in the flow so they can be more productive.

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Why Your Business PCs Need Hardware-Based Security?

While software-based security plays a key role in protecting your devices, it’s not enough to keep up with modern threats. Hackers are coming up with new ways to inject malware into the code beneath your operating system.

Security technologies built into your PC hardware provide an important layer of protection for your devices, applications, and data. Hardware-based security features can help minimize the risk of firmware attacks and support mobile security and identity management.

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How to Extend Manageability When Devices Are Out of Band?

There are plenty of software tools that let you remotely manage and repair devices. But what happens when the operating system is down or when the PC is turned off?

Hardware-based remote management lets IT administrators access devices when they’re out of band. As long as a PC has access to a network connection and a power source, it can be managed.

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Why Does Your Business Need a Stable PC Platform?

When you buy business PCs, you’re making a decision that matters for years. A stable platform gives you reliability today with availability that allows you to scale for future growth. This stability means you can avoid frequent driver updates and incompatibilities, which can impact your ability to manage PC images. It also allows you to transition to new technology on your own terms.

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Devices Built on the Intel vPro® Platform

The Intel vPro® platform supports a wide range of business computer form factors to match your needs.

Business-Class Laptops and 2-in-1s

Equip your business for success with sleek, light, stylish laptops and 2-in-1s packed with industry-leading power and performance.

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Streamlined Desktop Productivity

Put the next-gen speed, responsiveness, and reliability your business needs on every desk.

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Benefits of the Intel vPro® Platform


A 2019 study by Forrester Consulting commissioned by Intel found considerable cost benefits to choosing the Intel vPro® platform. The platform delivers three-year, risk-adjusted benefits of USD 2.8 million vs. costs of USD 1.1 million, resulting in an ROI of 155 percent, and a payback of nine months (as estimated using a composite organization).3

Product and Performance Information

1Intel® technologies may require enabled hardware, software, or service activation. No product or component can be absolutely secure. Your costs and results may vary. Results have been estimated or simulated. Intel does not control or audit third-party data. You should consult other sources to evaluate accuracy.
2“Employees lose a workday each year just waiting for their computer to boot up” is based on a 2018 web-based survey, commissioned by Intel and conducted by J.Gold Associates, LLC., of 3,297 respondents from small businesses in 16 countries (Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Spain, Turkey, UAE, the UK, and the USA), to assess the challenges and costs associated with deploying older PCs. Assuming one start-up per day and using an average start-up time that was calculated by taking the midpoint of the time survey respondents estimated it takes to start up a PC that is more than four years old, employees were estimated to spend up to eight hours a year starting up a three-year-old PC (2.90 minutes start-up x 1 start-up per workday x 5 days a week x 52 weeks a year / 60 (to get hours) x utilization rate of .67 = 8.46 hours per year). To review this statistic and the full report, visit intel.com/SMEStudy.
3The Total Economic Impact™ of the Intel vPro® platform, a study commissioned by Intel and conducted by Forrester Consulting (December 2018). ROI that other organizations will receive will vary based on a variety of factors including size and baseline level of security, manageability, and productivity before the business switched to the Intel vPro® platform. Consult other sources and use information specific to your organization to determine benefits for your organization. Read the study at Intel.com/vProPlatformTEI. Your costs and results may vary.