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Whether traveling, working from home, or bringing their own devices to work, employees rely on mobility to stay productive. Armed with the right mobile devices based on 4th generation Intel® Core™ processors, users can easily access data they need anywhere, while you securely manage devices accessing your network.
Learn how you can get the level of security you need while providing the flexibility and mobility your users demand.
Learn how 4th generation Intel® Core™ vPro™ processor-based mobile computing devices can empower a team to solve urgent business problems in this life-like global collaboration scenario video.
Increase business mobility with Intel® processor-based tablets for business. Simply integrate with existing Windows* software, experience long battery life, and work confidently with built-in security enhancements.
This experiential video shows how emerging computing technologies from smartphone voice commands to the connected conference room and more can streamline collaboration and mobile productivity in the (near) future of work.
By 2025, the workplace will be vastly different; mobility will be vital. This paper highlights key mobility trends, opportunities and logistics likely to shape the future of work, helping you transform your workplace.
Learn the impacts and advantages around transforming your business device management strategy into a more consumer-like computing environment.1
With the right technology and proactive device deployment strategy, you can securely manage devices that access your network and ensure end-user productivity benefits of BYOD.
A sound PC refresh plan plays an important role in any IT strategy. Gain understanding of how aging PCs impact productivity, performance, and return on investment (ROI). Determine when to upgrade devices.
Report by Gartner, Inc., “Create a Digital Workplace to Respond to Critical Changes in the Workforce,” by Matthew W. Cain and Mike Gotta, April 25, 2014.