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Factory Mobile Computing Proves Enterprise Value of 2-in-1 Devices

Intel IT is deploying 2-in-1 combination laptop and tablet mobile computing devices to improve productivity and produce time and cost savings.

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Desktop Virtualization Implementation for Georgia Tech

Georgia Tech students gain speed, flexibility with virtual desktop implementation.

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Unified Information System Enhances Mobile Productivity

Case Study: Mental health agency increases mobile productivity using a tablet-based unified information system that cuts costs and improves services.

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Editor’s Pick: Three Takes on Desktop Virtualization

This Editor’s Pick article from IT Knowledge Exchange offers three different perspectives on desktop virtualization.

Intel® Ethernet AT2 Server Family

Desktop virtualization resources for IT managers from Intel, featuring case studies, planning guides, and peer research.

Evaluating in-memory computing performance in big data analytics

NTT Data demonstrates superior performance of Intel® Xeon® processor E7 family in heavy load evaluation

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Healthcare Communication Solutions Improve Patient Care

Cornerstone Integration Inc. uses Intel® vPro™ to develop a healthcare communication solution, enabling organizations to focus on patient care.

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High-performance Servers Deliver Reliable, Cost-efficient Mobile Internet Access

UCOPIA implements reliable, scalable mobile internet access solution with servers based on the Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family

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Mobile Workflow Enhances Productivity and Privacy in Healthcare

Intel® tablets and Allscripts* EHR app powered by Windows*8 save time for health professionals and patients at Georgia’s largest orthopedics practice.

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Editor’s Pick: Virtual Desktop Fails to Materialize, Again

This Editor’s Pick article from “Network World” discusses the failure of virtual desktops, yet again.