As part of our efforts to introduce the all new 2010 Intel Core vPro processor family, we put together a series of videos that feature Steve Grobman, Intel's Chieft Architect in our Digital Office Platform Group. He's been on the team that has led the development of Intel vPro technology for the past half decade, and was once in Intel IT's department. The videos also feature Intel's Josh Hilliker - who helps Steve demonstrate the new technologies.
In his first video, Steve talks about the new developments in Intelligent Performance - and he also showcases how Intel Turbo Boost Technology and AES-NI (Advanced Encryption Standard - New Instructions) help improve performance for today's office worker:
In his second video, Steve talks about the new developments in Smart Security - and he also showcases how Intel vPro technology helps disable lost PCs and data, and can also help IT manage encrypted hard drives remotely:
In his third video, Steve talks about the new developments in Cost Saving Manageability - and he also showcases how Intel vPro technology helps IT or IT service providers control an office worker's keyboard-video-mouse (KVM) remotely ... even when the Operating System has blue-screened:
In his fourth video, Steve talks about how small businesses can benefit from Intel vPro technology, and how service providers like AT&T are excited about the all new 2010 Intel Core vPro processor family:
In his last video, Steve talks about how Intel vPro technology is bringing proven results to organizations today: