More capable and powerful devices can provide numerous benefits, even when accessing cloud-based services.
More capable and powerful devices can improve overall user experience, enhance support for security and manageability capabilities, and provide best fit for emerging enterprise usage model requirements, even when accessing cloud-based services.Visualizzazione completa >
Intel IT’s insight into accommodating the influx of mobile devices in the workplace we see now, and preparing for the devices we’ll see in the future.
Intel’s BYOD program was built to facilitate eDiscovery – legal requests for data –stored on personally owned devices such as smartphones and tablets.
Learn how Intel IT is adopting and implementing new technologies and strategies to create an environment of enhanced employee collaboration.
Intel IT is leading the way in adopting and implementing new technologies and strategies to create an environment conducive to collaboration. In this podcast, learn about the tools used to get people together and focus on the work at hand.Visualizzazione completa >
CareView* cameras help hospitals provide better, more efficient, and cost-effective care.
CareView* helps hospitals provide better, more efficient, and cost-effective care with cameras that can monitor patients, help train nurses and doctors, and still allow privacy and security.Visualizzazione completa >
Genome data analysis realizes a competitive advantage for the collation of Big Data with cost-effective scalability.
Virginia Bioinformatics Institute researchers combine computer science, biology, and medicine to advance disease treatment and prevention.
Virginia Bioinformatics Institute researchers combine computer science, biology, and medicine to advance disease treatment and prevention, using computer technology and personalized genomics to help clinicians make critical decisions.Visualizzazione completa >
Watch this video for insights on enterprise mobility trends based on a survey from Intel Market Research that included over 1,700 business users
Watch this video on mobile computing trends based on survey results from Intel Market Research, which included over 1,700 users in the United States and Germany. The research reveals insights on mobile workforce behaviors and mobility trends.Visualizzazione completa >
Medical University of South Carolina uses Intel® Xeon® processor-based IBM servers to save lives through reliable, real-time medical data.
Medical University of South Carolina uses Intel® Xeon® processor-based IBM servers to improve efficiency and save lives through reliable, real-time medical data to both doctors and patients.Visualizzazione completa >
In Clark County, Virginia, volunteer EMS rely on mobile computing to share data with hospitals, shortening response time and improving rural care.