Consumerization in the enterprise isn’t a trend. It’s a global reality that has far-reaching implications for the world of IT, and it requires a new approach. Read this white paper to get Intel’s view on what it all means.
Get a practical guide to the consumerization of IT that combines a user-centered strategy—one designed to optimize the computing experience and keep the user productive on any device—with the performance, security, and manageability that IT demands.
Find out about BYOD trends across four countries and the anticipated benefits and requirements for success. It also explored the primary barriers for allowing employee-owned computers, tablets, or smart phones for work use.
Discover Intel IT’s strategies and initiatives that are accelerating Intel’s business growth in the 2012-13 Intel IT Annual Performance Report. Learn how Intel IT is delivering business value through big data, cloud computing, consumerization of IT, social computing, and much more.
Intel IT’s BI Data Management team developed solutions that make enterprise data available across the company, enabling more effective use of BI tools to drive operational efficiency and competitive advantage.
Intel IT is tackling this challenge with a new information security strategy called “Protect to Enable.” Its security architecture is designed to increase productivity and innovation, while actually decreasing risk.
Intel IT has developed a security model that calculates which devices can be trusted and moves users to the appropriate security level, improving device security of employee owned devices in the enterprise.