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The dreaded hopeless objection…lack of funding. You can get buy-in from stakeholders and decision makers all the way up the line, but, alas, if funding for technology initiatives isn’t available, no matter how compelling the offer, the sale can’t close. … Read more >
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Disclaimer, I’m a digital artist. I’ve been digitally painting since 1985 having used MacPaint and Deluxe Paint for Amiga in the 80s, and then on Adobe* Photoshop* over the last couple of decades. But I’m a hobbyist. My work is generally … Read more >
Around the world, digital technologies are demonstrating their ability to empower educators in their mission to develop the next generation of lifelong learners, innovators and global citizens. Student learning is undergoing the most profound paradigm shift that the education industry … Read more >
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What an exciting time at this this year’s IBCon 2016! Together, we teamed up with Comfy, EnTouch, Lucid, Volteo and many others in the Intel IoT ecosystem, demonstrating solutions that directly address IoT convergence challenges like data interoperability and device … Read more >
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I’m truly energized when I look around me and see real collaboration in action. That sense of teamwork around IoT is why so many of us at Intel were excited by SAPPHIRE NOW. By working together, Intel and SAP are … Read more >
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Technology and security go hand-in-hand. Smart, connected devices open a world of exploration, discovery, learning and opportunity. However, if the devices and infrastructure are not designed, implemented and managed with an eye to security, trouble can find its way in. … Read more >
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We asked our recruiters: If you could tell job candidates just one thing to help them in their job search, what would it be? Here is what they had to say: Research, research, research Choosing a company to bet your … Read more >
Smart grid and buildings standard emerges. Integration and automation possibilities to accelerate globally.
A new standard developed by SGIP, NEMA, and ASHRAE marries smart grids with buildings in a proactive way. The standard is called the “Facility Smart Grid Information Model (FSGIM) standard,” or 201P, and it was published earlier in June. I … Read more >
By Steven R. Rodgers, Senior Vice President & General Counsel Intel believes governments should not weaken the security of technology. On the current policy discussions of whether governments should be able to access the content of encrypted communications, Intel has the … Read more >
By Marjorie Dickman, Global Director & Managing Counsel of IoT Policy at Intel Corporation At Intel, we like to say that the Internet of Things (IoT) is an overnight transformation thirty years in the making. We are energized by the … Read more >
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I’m super excited by all the innovation our Intel IoT technologies demonstrated at Computex 2016—touching nearly every part of our lives—at work, at home, and at play. From grand aspirations like finding more productive ways to feed the global population … Read more >
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By Lisa Malloy, director of Government Affairs for Intel Yesterday, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) released the first operational rules for routine commercial use of small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), referred to as Part 107. This latest development by the … Read more >
The utility industry in the U.S. has been changing for many years, but most often, this change is slow and somewhat predictable. It started with PUHCA in the 1930s, followed by PURPA in 1970s, FERC order 888/889 in the 1990s, … Read more >
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CEO Brian Krzanich recently addressed Intel employees to present how Intel has positioned itself to take advantage of emerging technologies and stay at the forefront of innovation in today’s tech world. In May I shared how Intel is making broad … Read more >
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I’m pleased to welcome guest blogger Steve Raschke to the IoT@Intel blog. Steve is the chief executive officer of CANDI and has over two decades of experience leading teams focused on networked data and building control systems. He has authored numerous … Read more >
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By Jennifer Mulveny, Global Policy Group, Australia Although the media buzz from Intel’s first public Drone 100 show that lit up Sydney’s skies for five nights this month is fading, the promise of drones to not only improve lives, but … Read more >
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Mobile technology is ubiquitous. So much so that many desktops have now taken their place alongside the pen and paper in a student’s educational toolkit. Smart mobile devices are helping to enable better outcomes. More and more, mobile devices including … Read more >
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It’s truly an exciting time to work on transportation solutions. Building on decades of innovation, the Intel Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem is converging technology with ingenuity to create a new class of smart and connected transportation solutions. From advanced … Read more >
The post Intel IoT Ecosystem Converges on 5G Technology to Revolutionize Transportation appeared first on IoT@Intel.
This post was authored by Kevin Martins, Intel Supply Chain Sustainability Program Manager and GLSEN Oregon Youth Leadership Forum Program Manager. “This was the first time in a long time that I’ve felt like myself.” As I quickly wiped the mist … Read more >
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