Dashboard

Find Content

Refine Results
Related Content

Active Tags

  • 336 Results
  • Items Per Page

SoftLayer* and Intel® TXT Protect Your Business in the Cloud

Brief: Describes how SoftLayer*and Intel® Trusted Execution Technology provide security controls that help ensure workloads run on trusted hardware.

Preview | Download

Compliance Solutions for Regulated Environments, VMUG Webcast

VMWare* webcast discusses the challenges of compliance solutions for regulated environments and a solution based on Compliance Reference Architecture.

eHarmony: Matches Made in the Cloud

Infographic: eHarmony builds a robust cloud environment with Cloudera* software and Intel® Xeon® processors to make more, happier matches.

Activating Intel® Trusted Execution Technology (Intel® TXT)

Follow the steps to activate your Intel® Trusted Execution Technology (Intel® TXT) and explore useful resources to maximize this security solution.

Client Cloud Computing: The Next Step Toward a Better Cloud

Client cloud computing resources for IT managers to help improve security, performance, and manageability in a cloud environment.

Intel IT Executive Insights: Intel IT’s Cloud Computing Strategy

Cloud computing is changing the way Intel IT manages Intel data centers. We are adopting cloud computing as part of our data center strategy to provide cost-effective, highly agile back-end services that boost both employee and business productivity.

Preview | Download

Shandong University of Science and Technology: Improving Virtual Desktop Infrastructure

Shandong University uses Intel® Solid-State Drives to boost storage performance and lower TCO.

Preview | Download

Client Computing Podcast on CodeCast

Editor’s Pick: client computing podcast features technology consultant Dr. Neil Roodyn discussing the importance of cloud client computing.

Client in the Cloud: An Intel IT Radio Show

Intel IT experts discuss how the client will continue to play a key role in Intel’s cloud computing strategy.

Cloud Security Risks No Big Deal?

Editor’s Pick: U.S. Department of Homeland Security says cloud security risks are exaggerated.