The Spanish Olympic Committee (COE) is responsible for Spain’s participation in the Olympic Games. It needed to move from a dedicated to a virtual IT infrastructure that would let employees work from their desktops and communicate with the Madrid office anytime and from anywhere. COE implemented a virtual infrastructure based on computers powered by Intel® Core™ vPro™ processors.
“Our people travel far and wide and our operations can be complex,” explained Manuel Pastrana, IT manager for COE. “Thanks to Ermestel and Intel® and Citrix technology, a template was implemented that provided users with the same business profile, which can be centrally updated and used from any location. This allows them to retain their personal profiles on their devices while using a virtualized system for COE. It has cut costs, made management far easier and introduced far greater flexibility.”
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