More capable and powerful devices can improve overall user experience, enhance support for security and manageability capabilities, and provide best fit for emerging enterprise usage model requirements, even when accessing cloud-based services.
Future outlook for enterprise computing shows Intel IT's opportunity to redefine the way it provides services to meet changing user requirements.
By taking advantage of a combination of technologies and trends, such as ubiquitous Internet connectivity, virtualization, and cloud computing, we have an opportunity to redefine the way we provide services to meet changing user requirements.
Intel IT internal testing determined mobile business PCs provide the optimum user experience and productivity when using cloud-hosted applications.
Intel IT compared the user experience with different client devices when accessing a range of cloud-based applications. Mobile business PCs provide the optimum user experience and productivity when using cloud-hosted applications.
Intel IT has defined a roadmap for a private enterprise cloud that is a shared multi-tenant environment.
Intel IT has defined a roadmap for a private enterprise cloud designed to increase agility and IT efficiency. The private cloud is a shared multi-tenant environment built on a highly efficient, automated, and virtualized infrastructure.
This paper will walk users through the end-to-end cloud building process using StackIQ Rocks+*, starting from bare metal physical machines, and ending with a complete cloud environment well purposed for enterprise IT environments and service providers. Using Rocks+ and the contents of this paper, which includes detailed commands and screen shots, should significantly reduce the learning curve for building and operating a cloud computing infrastructure.
Guide: Walks through the cloud building process using StackIQ Rocks+*, from bare metal physical machines to a complete private cloud deployment.
August 2011 edition discusses a private cloud that determines device attributes and user preferences and delivers accordingly.
August 2011 edition of IT@Intel Executive Insights, discusses a private cloud that can determine device attributes and user preferences and deliver accordingly. Topics include why client endpoints matter and, new models of client-aware computing.
It is critical for IT to engage in strategic planning with the company’s business groups for alignment to maximize IT business value.
Intel IT engages in an annual strategic planning cycle to ensure alignment with the company’s business groups and aiding in maximizing the IT business value. Hear how Intel develops its IT strategic plan and its role within the overall business plan.Full View >
Intel IT’s Cathy Spence discuss their developer training for cloud aware applications.
Intel describes workload-driven data center solutions that meet the needs of enterprise, private cloud, and high-performance computing customers.
Intel’s Lisa Graff describes workload-driven solutions based on the Intel® Xeon® processor, Intel® Atom™ processor, and Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessor that meet the needs of enterprise, private cloud, and high-performance computing data centers.Full View >
Security issues in cloud computing at Intel, such as data security, application security, compliance, and privacy, discussed by an Intel IT expert.
Discussing security issues in cloud computing at Intel like data security, application security, compliance, and privacy by IT expert Alan Ross.