Carnegie Mellon Case Study

Carnegie Mellon can provide more reliable wireless access with fewer devices campus-wide, which significantly reduced the cost of wireless implementation and management. Download to read more.      

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Ultra-High Density Wireless Network Case Study: Microsoft Events

Microsoft partnered with Xirrus in the fall of 2008 for the PDC event at the Los Angeles Convention Center to deliver an ultra-high density wireless network. Download to read more.    

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Connected Event Dilemma

So the future of your big event is a connected one, and you can either get in the way or get in front of the game — by installing a wireless network to improve the fan experience while also potentially enriching your game-day revenue per seat. As even the earliest statistics are showing, these in-stadium networks are going to need […]

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Forrester Whitepaper: IT Operations Managers Must Rethink Their Approach To Private Cloud

Organizations of all types are attracted by the promises of private cloud computing, but few actually have the virtual maturity to be successful. This Forrester report reveals the latest virtualization trends so you can see how far your peers are in their journey to the private cloud. Read on and discover best practices for improving virtualization in order to prepare […]

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Deploying Business Ultrabook™ Devices In the Enterprise

Recognizing the productivity and flexibility benefits that business Ultrabook™ devices deliver to mobile employees, Intel IT has established a fast-track strategy for offering business Ultrabook devices as an option in our regular corporate-supplied PC refresh cycle, making them available to all employees who currently use a mobile business PC. This strategy provides employees with greater choice in mobile computing platforms […]

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Evaluating Ultrabook™ Devices For The Enterprise

Intel IT is proactively gathering data about Ultrabook™ devices and how they fit into the enterprise, in anticipation of a wave of new devices and form factors, and the associated expectations from employees who want to buy and use these devices at work. Our evaluation shows that enterprise Ultrabook™ devices include features that strongly support business usage models, especially in […]

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Read The Latest Extreme Low Power, Windows Tablets Now Ready For The Enterprise

The introduction of Apple’s iPad sent shock waves through the industry as it redefined end user’s expectations on design, battery life, simplicity, content and applications. Like PC purchases driven by end users and departments in the late 1980’s, iPads first entered the enterprise through executives, departments and end users. Apple added basic enterprise features and let third parties add incremental […]

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Improving Facility Operations With Intel® Architecture-Based Tablets

Intel IT conducted a proof of concept (PoC) that demonstrates the potential productivity and efficiency gains associated with providing facility technicians with Intel® architecture-based tablets. This PoC is one part of our multi-year effort to adopt lean manufacturing processes—maintaining support costs even as our facilities continue to grow.       View terms of use for Intel web sites and […]

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