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Software Defined Infrastructure 101

Discover how Software Defined Infrastructure (SDI) can transform your data center into an optimized cloud platform.

Public Cloud vs. Private Cloud vs. Hybrid Cloud

What are the differences between public, private, and hybrid clouds? What can each do, and why are they important?

Enterprise Private Cloud

Learn how Intel IT built our own enterprise private cloud and the benefits we realized.

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Exploring DCIM for Intel’s Data Center

White Paper: Proof of concept best-known methods for exploring potential benefits of data center infrastructure management (DCIM) solutions.

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Wireless Infrastructure Implementation: Best Practices

Intel IT's exclusive use of wireless infrastructure helps us improve employee mobility, job satisfaction, and productivity.

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IoT Data Standards Provide the Foundation for Smart Buildings

Intel is creating standards for its non-manufacturing buildings to design efficiencies as cost-effective as it is in Intel’s smart factories.

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Data Center Requirements: Refresh for Operating Efficiency

An overview about how upgraded data center technology can help IT spend less time managing the data center and more time serving the business.

Server Refresh Planning Guide

Learn why it is important to update your IT infrastructure every two to four years, and how to plan and implement your next server refresh cycle.

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Self-Service BI, Data Visualization, and Big Data Analytics

Our self-service BI tools empower sales groups to customize their reports, rapidly analyze big data, and respond quickly to business opportunities.

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Security Business Intelligence Provides Fast Threat Detection

Brief: Intel IT’s security business intelligence platform uses a large-scale CLS and real-time correlation engine to deliver faster threat detection.

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