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3 Posts authored by: DaveMcCray

From the desk of Kelsey Witherow...

 

 

 

Topic: Listen in as your hosts talk with Dave McCray, Intel's IT Program Manager. Intel IT is a leader in the activation and use of AMT. They have activated & provisioned over 10k machines - hear how they did it, why they are doing it & how to make your integration better based on Intel IT's best known methods. Also get a scoop on what you'll find in the coming year.

 

 

Date/Time: 8/4/2008 3:30PM

 

 

Call-In Number: (347) 326-9831

 

 

You can also visit Open Port Radio or Stream this Show Online

 

 

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The vPro Expert Center's BlogTalkRadio show is hosted by Josh Hilliker, Russ Pam, and Jeff Torello. This bi-weekly informal show covers a variety of topics and is a perfect avenue to get your questions answered. Listen in live, give your two cents, or just download the show after it has aired. Make sure not to miss out on this awesome opportunity to learn and engage with the vPro experts. Can't join us live? Have no fear, blogtalkradio let's you listen to the show whenever you have the time. Visit the Open Port Radio site (link is above) to hear previous shows and even catch a glimpse of what's to come!

 

 

Our very own Randy Nystrom discusses the challenges of managing remote PC in the Intel IT training rooms. With Intel® vProTM technology he can remotely power on PCs, install OS or application software, and debug any PC problems, regardless of the state of the PC! Watch as he explains the challenges he faces in effectively managing the devices in the 77 training centers around the world. Randy's training rooms have been an outstanding test bed for the Intel vPro implementation since he faces many of the same issues as the larger environment but in a controlled environment.

 

 

Intel IT Systems Engineer Randy Nystrom discusses cost savings for computer support in the Intel IT training rooms. He was one of our first test beds when we got vPro technologies implemented in the production environment. He demostrates how he can increase after hours training room support, decrease technician usage time, decrease mean time to repair (MTTR), and reduce costs by using Intel® vProTM technology!

 

Take a look and see how he is saving Intel money and how vPro technologies has given him his first good nights rest in years.

 

Anybody out there have other cool tales of how vPro has improved thier lives?

 

 

 

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