Learn how to use a Windows* 8 tablet for healthcare with touch and a mouse, including how to customize the start screen, activate modes, and use apps.
In this healthcare provider tutorial learn how to use a Windows* 8 tablet device with touch and a mouse, including how to customize the start screen, activate modes, and use applications.Visualizzazione completa >
Intel®-based devices with Windows* 8 apps for mHealth enable clinicians to be more efficient, compliant, and effective anytime and anywhere.
Case Study: Healthcare provider optimizes its medical records app using Windows* 8 on mobile devices to increase end-user convenience and flexibility.
Case Study: Greenway Medical Technologies optimizes its health records and practice management application using Windows* 8 on mobile devices powered by Intel® technology, increasing end-user value with greater convenience and flexibility.
With Intel® WiDi built right into the operating system, Windows 8.1 makes sharing even easier.
White Paper: Tablet processor comparison of Intel® architecture-based tablet PCs offer flexibility, with superior visuals and integration
White Paper: Intel® architecture-based tablet PCs running Window 8* provide flexibility for consumer or business use, offering an immersive user experience with superior visuals, fast response time, and seamless integration of devices and software.
Success Brief: Madrid’s government tests the Intel®-based Ultrabook™ and tablets for user experience and app compatibility, improving productivity.
Success Brief: Madrid, Spain’s government tests the Intel-based Ultrabook™ and Asus tablets with Windows* 8 Pro for user experience and app compatibility, improving user productivity.
Describes enterprise IT management features of Windows* 8.1 and Windows Server* 2012 R2 for consumer mobile PCs like Ultrabooks™ and 2 in 1 devices.
Describes new features in Windows* 8.1 and Windows Server* 2012 R2 that help manage new PCs, such as Ultrabooks™ and 2 in 1 devices, that resemble mobile devices, addressing enterprise IT and bring-your-own-device issues.