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
Monthly Archives: July 2012
If you’re developing for Ultrabook devices or Windows 8 we have good news for you. Intel AppUp now supports both the landscape and portrait mode for Ultrabook devices, touch/gesture capabilities and we’re testing all your apps for Windows 8 compatibi… Read more
We all dance to Bollywood music, right? I’m not alone. I know I’m not alone because my six-year-old and I … Read more
We are very lucky to have a forward thinking and socially active CIO at Intel. Kim Stevenson, appointed Intel’s CIO in February 2012, has a great perspective on technology and how vital it is for Marketing and IT to be working hand … Read more >
In my first blog “Career Development – Advice to Yourself”, one of the top ten items people wished they could go back and tell themselves was to do more Networking. We’ve had a few blog posts that have touched on … Read more >
The post Networking – Applying Your Network to Career Development appeared first on Jobs@Intel Blog.
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
The Enterprise software industry has grown up around the standard three tier-architecture for web applications, which was pioneered circa 1995. This architecture is ideal for web browsers, which have become the universal client of the Enterprise. With the introduction of … Read more >
Intel IT is actively implementing PaaS as the next logical step for our enterprise private cloud, to accelerate custom application deployment and promote cloud-aware application design principles. Our PaaS environment will build on our already successf… Read more
Hi All, Late last year, we made a decision in Intel IT to start up a greenfield cloud environment that was a closer match to our grid computing space; meaning running predominantly on open source. At the time it was starting to look like the… Read more
Note from the editor: One of the first questions you’re asked when meeting someone new is, “What do you do?” Your answer to this question depends on a lot of factors like who’s talking to you, the situation you’re in … Read more >
The transition from a browser-only world to the mobile app proliferation of today, necessitates a host of new considerations when it comes to securing the enterprise network. Our latest whitepaper, “A Unified Mobile Architecture for the Modern Data Center,” analyzes … Read more >
This week our CIO Kim Stevenson (@kimsstevenson) posted her first public blog in the Intel Open Port IT Community stating her intent to build a social IT organization at Intel. This totally flipped my job on its head and I couldn’t be happier.&nb… Read more
Intel IT has delivered significant business value with our enterprise private cloud. We have saved USD $9M net of investment to date from efficiencies gained through our private cloud. Over 64% of our Office and Enterprise environment is vi… Read more
Earlier this year harmon.ie produced a list of the most socially active group of CIOs in the Fortune 250 and Global 250. It was shocking to me that only 10% of the Fortune 250 CIOs are themselves social. Shocking because we have entered a n… Read more
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 >
The post Your personal data is now yours… maybe? by Andy Thurai appeared first on Application Security.
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 >
The post IESC Zambia: classmate PCs increase enrollment at Jonathan Sims appeared first on Intel Education Solutions.
A few days ago… I was sitting in the Intel café chatting with a principal engineer (PE) about disruptive players in the tech industry. Apple, Google, and Amazon came up during our conversation… A few years ago… Apple, was a … Read more >
The Intel Ultimate Engineering Experience has officially taken off! We’ve launched activities in 4 of our 6 locations already and our students are weighing in on their experiences. We thought we’d share with you some of what we are hearing from … Read more >
One of the topics I speak about to students and job seekers is networking skills. They want to know where to network, who to network with, and what to say when they network- both through social media, and in person. … Read more >