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AirWatch Enterprise Mobility Management* and Windows* 8.1

AirWatch Enterprise Mobility Management* takes advantage of built-in Windows* 8.1 capabilities to simplify mobile device management.

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Exploring DCIM for Intel’s Data Center

White Paper: Proof of concept best-known methods for exploring potential benefits of data center infrastructure management (DCIM) solutions.

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Mobile App Development: Optimizing for Cross-Platform Applications

Intel IT has a software architecture for developing large-scale, UI-optimized, cross-platform apps using a single code base with maximum code reuse.

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Northern Michigan University: Tablets in the Classroom

Anytime, anywhere learning with personal Ultrabook™ 2 in 1 systems featuring Intel® WiMAX empowers Northern Michigan University students and faculty.

Intel’s New Approach to the Enterprise Security Framework

White Paper: Intel’s enterprise security framework allows systems to start, run, and stay secure through security features built into the hardware.

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Madrid Community Health Department: Managing Mobile

A study shows managing Microsoft Windows*-based tablets as a PC offers the greatest security benefit for the scenarios tested for BYOD.

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Intel at Mobile World Congress 2015

Experience the future of wearables, mobile devices, computing, and other solutions at the Intel booth at Mobile World Congress 2015 in Barcelona.

A Better Way to Dock with Intel® Wireless Docking Technology

See how Intel® Wireless Docking makes work better by quickly connecting your device to a monitor, mouse, and other peripherals without any wires.

Starting with the End in Mind—IT Leadership with Kim Stevenson

Intel CIO Kim Stevenson discusses the three dimensions of IT leadership and the importance of innovation in today's changing business landscape.

Inside IT: Security by Design - RSA 2014

Intel and ADP talk security by design—the idea of incorporating security measures throughout the entire development and manufacturing process.