Are you attending the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco this year?  If so, I invite you to attend a session that I will be co-presenting along with two of my teammates from the Business Client Platform Division here at Intel.

 

We will be highlighting several different ways you can develop solutions for the Intel vPro and Small Business Advantage platforms.  This session is targeted at both IT practitioners and software developers.  The class will naturally have slides, but will also include a number of live demos.  So, if you are interested in learning how you can create solutions for Intel’s business client platforms, I encourage you to attend and bring any questions you have.

 

Here are the details on the class from the IDF website:

 

Session ID: BCSS001


Date/Time: 09/13/12 @ 10:15 am

 

Title: 2013 Business Client Solutions: Intel® vPro™ Technology and Intel® Small Business Advantage

 

Abstract:

 

Whether you are an IT practitioner with Intel® vPro™ Technology clients in your enterprise, a medium business wanting to enhance your existing business process automation or a small business looking to improve efficiency and productivity of your PC assets, this is the session for you. Come see a glimpse of the innovative 2013 Business Client platforms, including the Ultrabook™, All-In-One and ultra-small form factors. Experience technical deep dives and demonstrations on how to easily incorporate Intel vPro Technology into your existing environment through a variety of Independent Software Vendors integration points, scripting tools, and developer Software Development Kits. This session will also focus on a rich set of capabilities provided through the Intel® Small Business Advantage platform that delivers out of the box experience for small businesses.


Key topics covered include:

• Intel Small Business Advantage Overview
• Intel vPro Technology Use Cases / Independent Software Vendor integration
• Developer and IT Tools providing automation for Intel vPro Technology features including: High Level API (HLAPI), Software Developer Kits (SDKs), Microsoft* Windows* PowerShell


In addition to this class, the we have two additional classes at IDF San Francisco this year:


BCSS002 - Security for Intel® Architecture Based Business Clients - 9/13 @ 12pm

BCSS003 - Enabling Consumerization Through Client Based Desktop Virtualization - 9/13 @ 1:15pm


You can find further details on these sessions, as well as all the others here:


http://intel.activeevents.com/sf12/scheduler/public.jsp