Monthly Archives: December 2014

Meeting the Wi-Fi Demands of a Mobile-First Generation

As new mobile devices and laptops increasingly support fast 802.11ac wireless, the demand on institutions to keep up by delivering better wireless speeds and capacities has dramatically increased. The “GenMobile” workforce is pushing for greater flexibility and freedom in the … Read more >

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Better, Faster 802.11ac Wi-Fi is Here — Shouldn’t It Be In Your New PC?

Many manufacturers are still putting outdated 802.11bgn wireless technology in new devices despite the fact that the technology is almost 8 years old and has since been replaced by 802.11ac Wi-Fi, which is 3x faster and more stable. Since this … Read more >

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Privacy, Identity and Innovation (pii) Conference points to the convergence of Privacy and Security related technologies

By John Kincaide, Privacy and Security Policy Attorney at Intel Intel participated on the Smart, Fast & Connected: How the Internet of Things is Disrupting Data Collection panel discussion at the recent pii 2014 Silicon Valley Conference in Palo Alto, … Read more >

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Holiday Laptop Shopping Guide: Don’t Get Duped Into Outdated Wi-Fi

New products mean new technologies, right? Not necessarily. Even though laptop manufacturers could be utilizing 802.11ac Wi-Fi (which is 3x faster than 802.11bgn), many continue to stuff slow, outdated 802.11bgn into millions and millions of new products. Don’t get duped … Read more >

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Jump Start Your New Year’s Resolutions By Reducing Paper Waste with Intel-Powered Tablets

Going green is top of mind for businesses and individuals alike. Whether paying bills online, emailing receipts or signing e-documents, cutting down on paper is helping the environment and significantly reducing paper waste. Technologies that enable mobile productivity make going … Read more >

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