Businesses need to shift their thinking from controlling the way employees work to enabling new working practices that will free them to be more productive, according to Tomasz Klekowski, Director Business GTM EMEA at Intel Corporation.
How 2-in-1 convertible mobile devices transformed CRM data capture for Bilim Pharmaceuticals.
There is a long and historical conflict between a substantial proportion of enterprise IT pros and the users of the technology which they provide. In fact, somewhat uncharitably, these users are dubbed �lusers� by less-than-professional IT professionals. While it is clear that such petty rivalries are not conducive to good and productive use of IT resources, it is not surprising that this antagonism has ramped up historically.
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A system featuring Apache Hadoop on Intel Xeon E5 processor-based servers is helping to analyse molecular, genomic and clinical big data. The result could drive breakthroughs in understanding, treating and curing cancer and other diseases.
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The rise of the machines is really coming and for CIOs and IT managers. We are not talking about hoards of Terminator-style robots, but rather the arrival of the Internet of Things
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Highlights and interviews from Intel and ComputerworldUK's Workplace Transformation event at Lords Cricket Ground in June.
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During 2014, sales of tablets will grow by 18%, and smart phones by 12%, estimates IDC. The analyst firm says BYOD initiatives are driving a lot of the �consumerisation� of IT, with the growing range of smart phones, laptops, tablets and hybrid portable devices being an indication of this. BYOD can offer significant benefits to [�]
Intel works closely with industry groups such as the Open Data Center Alliance (ODCA). The ODCA accelerates the development of widely-adopted standards that promote a broad range of interoperable, multivendor cloud solutions.