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With both its budget and workforce shrinking, Ohio’s Department of Transportation (ODOT) is using new PCs based on the Intel® Core™ i5  and i7 vPro™ processors to work more efficiently. ODOT CIO Spencer Wood says the department’s recent refresh also enables IT to spend more time developing innovative applications. Wood estimates the refresh will generate lifetime savings of USD 2 to 5 million, and says the savings will help fund construction projects that produce jobs and promote economic growth.

"Our previous encryption package pretty much turned the old machines into bricks,” explained Wood. “Today, people don’t even know their machine is encrypted. It just works, and our security exposure is reduced.”

For all the details, read our new Ohio Department of Transportation business success story. As always, you can find more like this on the Intel.com Business Success Stories for IT Managers page.