Claire Vishik is Trust & Security Technology & Policy Director at Intel. Cryptography and secure computation permeate the fabric of today’s technologies and everyday life. These areas of research and practice have experienced explosive global development. Worldwide adoption of the … Read more >
Monthly Archives: March 2015
Inventors have long been making the case that patents spur innovation by encouraging inventors to publicly disclose their creations and share their knowledge. So why is industry so cautious about welcoming the proposed unified patent system in the EU, which … Read more >
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We’re thrilled that Microsoft today announced its newest addition to the Surface family, the Surface 3, powered by the recently announced Intel® AtomTM x7 processor, the highest performing Intel Atom processor currently available. Surface 3 powered by the Intel Atom … Read more >
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Claire Vishik is Trust & Security Technology & Policy Director. According to IBM, 2.5 billion gigabytes of data were generated every day in 2012, a number that must have grown considerably three years later, in 2015. A lot of thought … Read more >
This time each year, we try to catch up on our basketball stats, assemble our brackets, and look forward to one of the year’s biggest sporting events: March Madness. With so many games to watch and stats to keep track … Read more >
By Lisa Malloy, director of Policy Communications and Government Relations at Intel Next week, America’s most innovative companies will enter a lottery to keep some of the world’s brightest engineers, scientists and programmers employed here in the United States. Many … Read more >
By Lisa Malloy, director of Policy Communications and Government Relations at Intel Right now, Intel has more than 1,000 job openings for engineers in the United States. These are high-tech, high-wage jobs in states like Oregon, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico … Read more >
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How corporate entrepreneurs can embrace lean methods AND feed their data driven master In Part 1 of this post, we described using manually created artifacts as MVPs (Eric Ries, theleanstartup.com) to increase confidence in a particular set of usages. (Jump … Read more >
In an interesting recent webcast, Professor Yossi Feinberg from the Stanford Graduate School of Business laid out a spectrum of corporate innovation organizational types. On one end of the spectrum is the corporate venturing organization (see Intel Capital). He suggests … Read more >
How corporate entrepreneurs can embrace lean methods AND feed their data driven master Increasingly, entrepreneurs are employing the concepts of the lean startup (Eric Ries, theleanstartup.com) to refine their products in an open and iterative fashion. In Intel’s New Business … Read more >
By John Kincaide, Privacy and Security Policy Attorney at Intel On January 27, 2015 the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) released its anticipated staff report on the previously held workshop titled, Internet of Things – Privacy and Security in a Connected … Read more >
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By Marjorie Dickman, Global Director of Internet of Things Policy, Intel Corporation The Internet of Things (IoT) is generating unprecedented opportunities for the US public and private sectors to develop new services, enhance productivity and efficiency, improve real-time decision making, … Read more >
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Intel is committed to gaming. Whether it’s the hardware that games are played and developed on, the tools that enable developers or the gamers themselves, Intel is driven to deliver the best gaming experience. This week at the Game Developers … Read more >
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One of the newest additions to the Intel Wireless Display family is Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter. The small form factor adapter connects directly to any HDMI port featured display and uses USB power, and also supports any content and any … Read more >
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by: David A. Hoffman, Director of Security Policy and Global Privacy Officer On the evening of January 28, Intel was privileged to join the European Data Protection Supervisor’s office and the National Cyber Security Alliance in marking Data Privacy Day … Read more >
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