The Internet of Things (IoT) is having a transformative effect on almost every aspect of our industrialized economy, and the manufacturing sector is a prime beneficiary. A few weeks back I attended the Control System Integrators Association Executive Conference (CSIA), … Read more >
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In the Internet of Things, the car is more than just a “thing” and is becoming more like a “system of systems” that can securely aggregate, filter and share data to the cloud. As this happens, the focus of the … Read more >
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After reading Gregory Unruh’s article on “Leading the Sustainability Insurgency,” I reflected on my own role as Director of Intel’s Corporate Responsibility Office — and if the notion of insurgency matches the reality of my job. I very much appreciated … Read more >
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Intel® Technology Provider’s #TabletTuesday had another great chat on April 29 with over 50 participants. Christopher O’Malley, Intel® Director of Retail Marketing, and Vanessa Foden, Intel® Retail SMB Segment Manager hosted the discussion about Tablets: Optimizing Retail Experience. Here are … Read more > Read more
There are two principal influences inspiring the next generation of automotive innovation: safety and convenience. These two influences have helped advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) begin to eclipse In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) as the main market focus. Consumers are demanding both … Read more >
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As a Career Advisor, my job is to listen, not only to what is said, but what is not said. I interpret body language, I delve into areas that are uncomfortable, and I point out areas for exploration or improvement … Read more >
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There’s been a lot of discussion in the utility industry over the past several years around “time of use” rates. Electrical utilities use time of use (or “time of day”) billing rates to incentivize customers to spread their energy use … Read more > Read more
Intel heads to the land of celebrities as NCTA’s Cable Show lands in Los Angeles this year. Rotating between Chicago, Boston, Washington DC, and LA, The Cable Show brings together the North American cable service provider industry execs to see … Read more >
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The Potential of Technology in Education Protecting children, while also allowing them to learn by taking reasonable risks is the foundation of both parenting and education. Technology can make this task both easier and more difficult. The adoption of new … Read more >
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#ISS2014 came in like a lion and went out like an even bigger lion @dceptuv: #ISS2014 showcase floor was incredible tonight. Intel has some amazing products. @ENSARIZONA: #ISS2014 Final day, its been a GREAT show!! @mataylor67: Thank you @lauriemccabe & … Read more > Read more
Are you part of the global network bringing Intel-based solutions to market? If you are, then don’t go it alone; get more out of your partnership with Intel® Technology Provider, a global program that will help you get the competitive … Read more > Read more
I’m writing this blog post sitting at a restaurant on the plaza in front of the Pantheon in Rome. Eating my pizza and sipping a glass of red wine, I noticed the sky and how the clouds were turning pink. … Read more >
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Have you ever noticed how the millenials pick up new technology faster than the rest of us? From mobile devices to websites to apps, the learning curve around all things digital favors the young. While this is producing rapid cultural … Read more >
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Rugged mobile technology will continue to transform the field workforce this year, according to Field Technologies magazine’s Field Mobility annual report – a projection of industry technology trends to watch in the coming year. According to the report, improving customer … Read more > Read more
Keynote highlight reel Security and Privacy in the Information Age presented by Michael Fey,
Executive Vice President,
General Manager of Corporate Products, Intel Security Chief Technology Officer http://intelstudios.edgesuite.net/ISS/2014/mcafee_hl.html @DrewPool: This guy is legit. Michael Fey Intel Security keynote #ISS2014 #1234isabadpassword … Read more > Read more
Shopping can take place anywhere. From watching television on your couch, to walking down the street, to conversing with friends at a local restaurant—shopping does not begin solely with a customer entering a store—those physical boundaries no longer exist. So … Read more >
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Terrific presentations @Intel_Channel: Intel’s new channel chief @MauritsTichelma kicks off #ISS2014 pic.twitter.com/zXjtILh7wM @Intel_Channel: Maurits Tichelman on the State of the channel #ISS2014 @MauritsTichelma pic.twitter.com/NrIGUEIRh6 @kimplatt13: #ISS2014 Keynote last night by Alan Hobson was inspirational! @dceptuv: Cancer and Everest. GREAT talk. #ISS2014 … Read more > Read more
Every year on April 22, the world celebrates Earth Day – a day to celebrate the little blue planet we live on and think about how we can better take care of it. Earth Day’s origins trace back to Wisconsin … Read more >
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The demands on today’s electric grids are increasingly complex. Incorporating renewable sources like wind and solar, as well as ever-increasing demands for efficiency and reliability, means that grids need to be flexible and adaptable. According to Gartner, by 2020 there … Read more > Read more