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9 Posts authored by: josh.hilliker

True story, doing a migration of your PC on a Monday would not be the best way to start your week, but Mondays are always great days to start planning your migration to a new PC.  Let's start by looking at a typical day, you have 86,400 seconds every day, what if you could spend them being more productive?  Spend less time waiting and spend more time on creating content for your business?  Over the last few months, I have been watching the clock countdown to April 8th,  the EOS of XP and started to ask " are you ready? ".  Now personally I'm on a Windows 8, Detachable 2in1 which has blown my mind for giving me a tablet and a laptop all together.  Let's get back to the subject at hand.


First thing I would do on a Migration Monday would be to explore what the difference is between what you have today vs. what is available.  Now this isn't just a Power & Performance discussion, this is about all the cool form factors that are in the market.  Let me offer up this --




Read the full report.


I hope you join me every Monday to talk about Migration and what you are doing to move your business forward.  Until then..


Josh Hilliker

David Hammond (Intel) shows us the Intel WiMAX enable smart car and some of the cool features.



Hi all,


We in the vPro Expert Center are looking for folks that would like to do an internship with Intel over the fall session.  We have posted a job @  Search for requisition # 559370. 


Here's the brief description:

The internship is based in Folsom, CA or Hillsboro, OR, and would be focused on social media related to the Intel social media sites on In this position, you will primarily focus around the following areas blog radio show, the Emerging Compute Model Forum, the vPro Expert Center, and the Server Room. A successful internship would involve regular participate in the community blog sites, creating content and collateral for the various communities, and deeply engaged with the radio show. We would expect a successful intern to be able to grasp the details of where Intel is going with the technologies covered by the community sites, and communicate the direction to the outside world.


If you have questions email me, blog me, twitter me, etc.. 


Great video on a bunch of us getting together & talking.



Here at IDF, Intel is training how to use Intel AMT.  Matt Royer explains how they are making this happen.



We're out at IDF - if you find us we'll get you a free shirt on OPEN PORT. 

Here's a quick video of Todd talking about blogging on the vPro Expert Center.   Check it out. 


Hi All, the time is coming for our IDF (Intel Developers Forum) in San Francisco. One of the courses that Kenny Chan & myself will be teaching is as follows:  Pro Platform Interoperability and Integration – Are You Pro Ready?  The course is focused on what End Users, ISV's & developers can do to make Interoperability & Integration a snap.  


I will also be joining up with Bob Duffy & Ken Kaplan to help work the technology for the IT Panel on Social Media.  I think this session is going to be great forum for discussing what Intel is doing on social media both internally & externally.  I have high expectations for this session. 


If you anybody from the Open Port / Intel(r) vPro(tm) Expert Center is going to be at IDF please let me know.   We were kicking around having an unconference during the venue to get together with fellow bloggers & talk anything from social media to client manageability technology.  


Also, Bob Duffy & I will be hitting the road this week to SF to join up w/ the Office 2.0 conference.  We're both pretty jazzed about the experience & also hearing from the presenters & break out sessions. If you haven't checked it out..


If you happen to be at this venue.. look us up..  we'll be on the panel on Friday.  I will also be bringing my HD Camera to record the journey.. Stay tuned for video.. 



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