Monthly Archives: July 2012

Divide and Conquer

Here at Intel, we are actively integrating employee-owned devices—including smartphones, tablets, and PCs—into our enterprise environment. In addition, we now deliver 80 percent of our newly developed business services through our own enter… Read more >

From Few to Many

Historically, many organizations have limited the number of devices that are allowed to be used in the corporate setting. Rationale for such limits include minimizing support costs, ensuring a certain level of expertise with each system, and the abilit… Read more >

Your personal data is now yours… maybe? by Andy Thurai

Recently the State of Alaska DHSS was fined a hefty sum of $1.7 million for non-compliance. This issue came to forefront when a USB drive containing PII (Personally Identifiable Information) data was lost (or stolen). This is not the first high profile incident … Read more >

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IESC Zambia: classmate PCs increase enrollment at Jonathan Sims

The Intel Education Service Corps (IESC) is a short-term service and career development opportunity for a select group of Intel employees to support the deployment of Intel classmate PCs in developing countries. In this blog, Andris Roze, a product analyst … Read more >

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