In considering cloud computing cost, Intel IT developed a hybrid model, moving from public providers to our private cloud as demand becomes predictable. We expect high levels of agility, scalability, and efficiency as well as increased savings.
Intel IT created a standardized, high-volume process—a Virtualization Factory—to accelerate the implementation of our enterprise private cloud.
To create the infrastructure for our enterprise cloud, we have set a goal of virtualizing most of our Office and Enterprise computing environment. We created a standardized, repeatable, high-volume virtualization process, the Virtualization Factory.
Product Brief: Intel IT accelerates touch-enabled business Ultrabook™ device and Microsoft Windows 8* deployment ahead of the original schedule.
Product Brief: Intel IT accelerates the deployment of touch-enabled business Ultrabook™ devices with Microsoft Windows 8* ahead of the original schedule for touch capabilities, increased employee productivity, and lower total cost of ownership.
Advanced analytics has been the domain of data scientists. Intel IT is extending some of this knowledge to business teams throughout the enterprise.
Traditionally, advanced analytics has been viewed as the domain of a few highly skilled data scientists. Intel IT is extending some of this knowledge to business teams throughout the enterprise.
Intel’s CTO Ed Goldman discusses their vision and mission, outlines the process for innovation, & gives a peek at what’s at the top of the to-do list
Intel and ADP talk security by design—the idea of incorporating security measures throughout the entire development and manufacturing process.
White Paper: Intel® Virtual Machine Control Structure Shadowing uses hardware support for software-based nesting to improve application performance.
White Paper: Intel® Virtual Machine Control Structure Shadowing uses hardware assistance for software-based nesting that supports access sharing with the root VMM, such as Citrix XenClient*, resulting in improved application performance.
Intel IT and Corporate Services have identified a range of factors to consider when choosing a data center site. These criteria help optimize construction and sustaining costs while meeting internal customers’ computing and services requirements.