CentrinoPro: Proest of Pros

June 14th, 2007 |
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Where do you turn on manageability in a network? Try at the chip level. Intel’s Pro technologies—CentrinoPro and vPro are changing the way IT shops manage large fleets of computers. Administrators now have the ability to see what’s happening to every laptop no matter where it moves around in the network. As Intel’s Josh Hilliker says, “If a box has been compromised physically, I know it has happened. If a box has got their memory changed, I know that has happened. If they’ve changed software, I know about it.” In this Intel podcast we go to Folsom, California to talk with Hilliker and his Intel cohorts who helped develop and test CentrinoPro.

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