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Do your customers need practical guidance on consumerization in the enterprise? By taking a proactive approach, customers can help minimize risk by gaining the control they need over unsecured and unmanaged devices.
This quick guide for customers covers five steps to managing consumerization in the enterprise. It explains how customers can adopt a user-centered strategy—one designed to optimize the computing experience and keep the user productive on any device—all while maintaining the performance, security, and manageability that IT demands. Moreover, this new approach gives IT a powerful opportunity to retain the organization’s reputation as a technology innovator—especially when it comes to Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) programs. Customers can also leverage their existing investments in technology, applications, and training, and design their approach on the solid foundation of the Intel® architecture.
Built with 3rd Generation Intel® Core™ vPro™ processors, the benefits are a responsive, productive, more secure, and remotely manageable.
Intel IT’s criteria to evaluate small device use
Jim Henrys discusses the enterprise impacts and benefits of employee-owned tools like smartphones.
Jim Henrys discusses the enterprise concerns of employee-owned tools like bringing your own PC.
Jim Henrys discusses the enterprise concerns of employee-owned tools like touch enabled tablets.
Counter-Strike*and PlanetSide 2* makers discuss development on Intel® Xeon® processor-based servers.