During the Golden Hour, Cornerstone Integration’s Intel® vPro™ technology-based solution connects first responders and trauma centers to save lives.
Analyst Charles King looks at how Cornerstone Integration’s lifesaving solution, featuring Intel® vPro™ technology, helps first responders connect to trauma centers during the Golden Hour to assess a patient’s condition and prepare for arrival.
Success Brief: Meredith improves remote client IT support, remote management, user productivity, and client security with Intel® vPro™ platform.
Success Brief: Meredith Corporation improves IT support for remote clients by standardizing on Intel® Core™ i5 vPro™ processor-based PCs, laptops, and Ultrabook™ devices, enhancing remote management, user productivity, and client security.
Research on BYOD in the enterprise captures key findings from a survey of 3,000 IT managers and 1,300 end users across four countries.
Research on BYOD in the enterprise captures key findings from a survey of 3,000 IT managers and 1,300 end users from Australia, Germany, South Korea, and the United States.
Describes how IT managers can build a business case for and plan a device upgrade and refresh strategy based on decisions that help manage costs and maximize user productivity, including how to use the Business Client Refresh ROI Estimator.
Follow these six steps to Intel® vPro™ technology implementation.
Follow these six steps to Intel® vPro™ technology implementation, and unleash the power of remote manageability.
Video: demonstrates PGP Whole Disk Encryption with Intel Anti-Theft technology to disable stolen or lost PCs.
White Paper: managing and mitigating data breaches, regulations, fines and consequences and prevention with Intel® Anti-Theft Technology.
Discusses risks and costs with the increase in data breaches and vulnerability, complying with security regulations, and managing and mitigating risks with Intel® Anti-Theft Technology.
This Editor’s Pick article from ZDNet discusses a solution for the failure of desktop computing.
This Editor’s Pick article from ZDNet discusses a solution for the failure of desktop computing—and it’s not virtual desktop infrastructure.