IT@Intel White Paper: Enterprise Ultrabook™ devices meet the daily computing needs of business.
IT@Intel White Paper: Enterprise Ultrabook™ devices can handle employees’ daily workloads and IT security requirements, while also meeting expectations for convenience and productivity.
This paper describes our process and best practices for preparing for and deploying Windows* 8 on Intel® architecture-based tablets.
This paper describes our best practices for deploying Windows* 8 on Intel® architecture-based tablets, a combination that provides significant productivity benefits to employees, plus improved manageability and information security capabilities.
Case Study: Intel® Core™ i5 processor and Windows* 8-based tablets help Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance Company go paperless and improve communications.
Case Study: By providing their sales advisors with Intel® Core™ i5 processor and Windows* 8-based tablets, the Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance Company goes paperless and benefits from easier, more efficient communications.
Intel® tablets and Allscripts* EHR app powered by Windows*8 save time for health professionals and patients at Georgia’s largest orthopedics practice.
Intel® tablets and Allscripts* EHR app powered by Windows* 8 save time for health professionals and patients at Georgia’s largest orthopedics practice. The 2 in 1 devices help improve clinic operations, the patient experience, and data privacy.
See how Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District secures wireless reliability with Chromebooks* powered by Intel, which support 1:1 learning and BYOD.
Case Study: Technology leaders at Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District chose HP Chromebooks* with Intel® processors and wireless components as the platform best able to meet a wide range of K-12 requirements, and provide wireless reliability.
Tablets and 2 in 1 Ultrabook™ systems with Intel® Core™ processors help boost mobile productivity for Michigan government employees.
The State of Michigan enhances mobile productivity and brings services directly to citizens by deploying new tablets and 2 in 1 Ultrabook™ systems based on Intel® Core™ i5 and i7 vPro™ processors.
Intel employees describe what "workplace" means to them and share how digitization and the Internet are driving workplace transformation.
The mobile Employee Hotspot service that Intel IT enabled in 2010 has increased security, scalability, usability, and productivity—and lowered costs.
In 2010, Intel IT enabled a mobile Employee Hotspot service to accommodate personal devices accessing the Internet. This service has increased security, scalability, usability, and productivity—and lowered costs.
Intel IT has a software architecture for developing large-scale, UI-optimized, cross-platform apps using a single code base with maximum code reuse.
Intel IT has implemented a new type of software architecture that enables us to develop large-scale, UI-optimized, cross-platform applications using a single code base with maximum code reuse between supported platforms.