IT@Intel: Today’s Hot topics from Industry Experts
Get innovative ideas, best practices, and groundbreaking IT strategies from the experts inside Intel’s own IT department, including CIO Kim Stevenson.
This report highlights technology trends driving rapid innovation across our enterprise in productivity, digitization, and cybersecurity. We showcase how Intel IT capitalizes on new technologies to create business value and become a catalyst for organizational transformation.
Intel and industry-wide organizations, are leading the effort to establish smart building standards and messaging protocols for non-manufacturing buildings that allow vendors to provide integrated solutions that can become as reliable, repeatable, and cost-effective as in Intel's smart factories.
In today’s fast-paced business world, rapid, data-driven decisions are crucial to maintaining a competitive edge. This is especially important for Intel’s supply chain, which spans order-taking, resource procurement, manufacturing, testing, and final delivery of product.
IT@Intel White Paper: Intel IT’s transformative data center strategy results in improved cost efficiency and resource utilization.
Intel IT has used design best practices to convert two wafer-fabrication facilities into high-density data centers with extreme energy efficiency. They are achieving up to 43 kW rack power density, 1,100 W/square-foot cooling density, 1,300 W/square-foot electrical density and <1.07 PUE.
SaaS applications and services are increasing as they can provide efficiency and agility, cost savings, and enhanced collaboration especially with suppliers and customers. However, they can pose security issues. Intel IT developed several best practices that can help an enterprise minimize risk in the cloud.
There’s a lot of info out there about information security – but much of it is so abstract that it’s hard to put to use. In contrast, the Insider Threat Field Guide is a practical and comprehensive guide for protecting the enterprise against all forms of insider threat.
John Mahvi, the Client Platform Product Manager for Intel IT, discusses our PC refresh strategy both past and present, and how we justify a regular refresh of our PC fleet and other client devices by showing advantages in manageability, productivity, increased security and lower overall costs.
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