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IT@Intel: IT Best Practices and Insights from Intel IT Leaders

Starting with Intel IT operations, IT@Intel teams deploy new IT capabilities to lead the improvement of efficiency.

Exploring DCIM for Intel’s Data Center

White Paper: Proof of concept best-known methods for exploring potential benefits of data center infrastructure management (DCIM) solutions.

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Inside IT: A Principles-Based Approach to Privacy at Intel

Podcast: Stuart Tyler discusses historic privacy principles and how a company can create an effective approach that enhances business.

Inside IT: Business Velocity in an Enterprise Security Landscape

Intel CSO Malcolm Harkins discusses enterprise security, ensuring privacy protections, and keeping the proper mindset in the midst of radical change.

Insight Into Intel IT's Best Practices

Brief: IT@Intel connects IT professionals to share Intel best practices that create business value and make IT a competitive advantage.

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Intel IT: Best Practices for PC Fleet Management

Executive Insights: Intel IT uses regular refresh, smart technology, consumerization and proactive support to maintain PC fleet and empower employees.

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Executive Insights: Platform Choices to Maximize Business Value

Executive Insights: A computing platform supports high levels of productivity and mobility, plus a variety of compute models and device capability.

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Intel IT: Adding Business Value with IT Sustainability

Intel IT implements an IT sustainability project, adding business value through strategy, data center innovation, and mobility.

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Security Business Intelligence Provides Fast Threat Detection

Brief: Intel IT’s security business intelligence platform uses a large-scale CLS and real-time correlation engine to deliver faster threat detection.

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eDiscovery with BYOD: Best Practices in the Enterprise

Intel’s BYOD program was built to facilitate eDiscovery –legal requests for data– stored on personally owned devices such as smartphones and tablets.

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