Today Intel signed an amicus brief along with other companies in support of the request of the International Refugee Assistance Project to affirm the decisions of the Fourth and Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals concerning the Entry Ban Executive Order. … Read more >
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Natalie Cheung quickly rose from MIT engineering grad to Intel general manager of a drone innovation team that’s revolutionizing nighttime entertainment at outdoor concerts, theme parks and city festivals around the world. When Natalie Cheung’s team flew 100 light-equipped drones and lit up the night sky outside Hamburg, Germany in November 2015, it set a … Continued
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As the deadline of May 25, 2018, for General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance looms near, together with steep penalties for non-compliance of up to 4 percent of total worldwide annual turnover, any organization working with sensitive data of European citizens needs to identify and address security gaps to ensure compliance. This includes, but is not …continue reading Six Top Security Gaps in Healthcare Organizations
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In a recent interview with Andy Bartley, senior solutions architect in the Health and Life Sciences Group at Intel, we dove into the topic of predictive analytics and the role it plays in healthcare today and into the future. During the interview, Andy framed the discussion well when he said that hospitals have made investments …continue reading Getting Value Out of Predictive Analytics Today and Preparing for the Future
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