• Server Refresh Can Reduce Total Cost of Ownership

    More bang for your buck. Essentially that is the driving force behind my team in Intel IT. Our IT department is on a tight budget, just like most enterprise IT departments. Therefore, return on investment and total co...
    Ty Tang
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  • Fostering Innovation at DockerCon

    By Sarah Han and Nicholas Weaver   On Monday and Tuesday close to 3000 software engineers, system administrators, technology leaders, and innovators gathered for the second US-based DockerCon in San Francisco....
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  • Evaluating an OS update?   Take a look at eDrive....

    As users of Windows 7 consider moving to Windows 8.1 or Windows 10, a new BitLocker feature is available that should be considered.  Nicknamed "eDrive," "Encrypted Hard Drive," or "Encrypted Drive," the feature p...
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  • 5G Pushes the Performance Envelope

    By Caroline Chan, Wireless access segment manager, Network Platform Group, Intel     Make no mistake about it - there’s a lot of work ahead for telecommunications equipment manufacturers (TEMs) who ex...
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  • 1, 2, 3…It’s Time to Migrate from Windows Server 2003

    We’ve told you once. We’ve told you twice. Heck, we’ve told you four times: if you’re still running Windows Server 2003, you need to take action as soon as possible because the EOS is fast appr...
    Joakim Lialias
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  • Stuck on Windows Server 2003? Migration Option #3

    Pop quiz: what’s happening on July 14th, 2015?   If you’ve been following along with this series, you’ll know it’s the impending End of Support (EOS) for Windows Server 2003.   So f...
    Joakim Lialias
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  • To the Public Cloud – and Beyond! Migrating from Windows Server 2003

    As you may remember from the last blog in this series, End of Support (EOS) for Windows Server 2003 goes into effect on July 15th, 2015. The clock is winding down, and we’re highlighting migration options availa...
    Joakim Lialias
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  • How End-To-End Network Transformation Fuels the Digital Service Economy

    To see the challenge facing the network infrastructure industry, I have to look no farther than the Apple Watch I wear on my wrist.   That new device is a symbol of the change that is challenging the telecommuni...
    Sandra Rivera
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  • Migrating from Windows Server 2003: Option #1

    If you read last week’s blog, you are well aware that when Windows Server 2003 goes off support on July 14th, 2015, it has the potential to result in the biggest vulnerability of the year. This End of Support (E...
    Joakim Lialias
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  • Bye, Bye Windows Server 2003 – Hello, Hackers

    Still running a Windows Server 2003?  You’ll want to read this. As you may or may not have heard, the end of life for Windows Server 2003 is now set for July 14th, 2015 – meaning after that date, i...
    Joakim Lialias
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  • 10 Questions to Develop Your Mobile BI Strategy

    In my post “Mobile BI” Doesn’t Mean “Mobile-Enabled Reports” I articulated the importance of developing a mobile BI strategy. If designed, implemented, and executed effectively, mobile BI...
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  • Taking Square Aim at Accelerating Cloud Adoption with Cisco, Dell and Red Hat

    With the digital service economy scaling to $450B by 2020, companies are relying on their IT infrastructure to fuel business opportunity.  The role of the data center has never been as central to our economic vit...
    Jonathan Donaldson
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  • Snadná a rychlá aktivace technologie Intel® vPro™

    První verze technologie Intel® vPro™ byla uvedena na trh již v roce 2006. Od té doby dospěla v robustní a ucelenou sadu funkcí majících za cíl snížen&iac...
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  • Také ve vaší firmě běží počítače nonstop?

    Setkáme se s nimi ve více než třetině českých firem – počítače, které běží dnem a nocí a zbytečně spotřebovávají energii. Platí úměra: č&iac...
    Petr Ulvr
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  • České firmy jsou středoevropským premiantem v „big data“, v obměně serverů by ale měly přidat

    Každá třetí česká firma potvrdila, že analyzuje velká data, což je ve středoevropském srovnání o 8 % více než je průměr. V průzkumu společnosti Intel ve čtyřech st...
    Petr Ulvr
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  • The Open Container Project: An Opportunity to Deliver True Container Interoperability

    Today, Intel announced that it is one of the founding members of the Open Container Project (OCP), and effort focused on ensuring a foundation of interoperability across container environments. We were joined by indus...
    Jonathan Donaldson
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  • From Exchange to Interoperability

    When National Coordinator Karen DeSalvo said, at HIMSS15 in Chicago, that the nation needed "true interoperability, not just exchange,” I imagined the 45,000 or so attendees crying out in unison, “Just exc...
    Jack Beaudoin
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  • Starší PC je „energetický otesánek“ – spotřebuje 40krát více energie než nové počítače

    Účet za roční provoz jednoho firemního počítače může být 100 Kč, anebo až 4000 Kč, záleží, zda firma používá nové úsporné, anebo starš&i...
    Petr Ulvr
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  • Climbing the Trusted Stack with Intel CIT 3.0

    Enterprises have a love-hate relationship with cloud computing. They love the flexibility. They love the economics. They hate the fact they can't guarantee the infrastructure and applications running their businesses ...
    Ravi Varanasi
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  • Caesars Entertainment Bets on Big Data and Wins

    Three best practices for successful big data projects  Many people have asked me why only 27% of respondents in a recent consulting report believed their Big Data projects were successful.   I don’t ...
    Bob Rogers
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