Inside IT: Ultrabooks and Intel’s PC Refresh Cycle

June 25th, 2013 |
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IT Best Practices: Episode 52 – We’ve talked in previous podcasts about Intel’s plans to deploy Ultrabooks with Microsoft Windows 8 to its employees. Well, the company has now decided to accelerate that deployment. So we decided to look into this acceleration, and the PC refresh cycle in general, with John Mahvi, PC Fleet Manager for Intel IT. Mahvi tells us about the company’s approach to PC refresh, the need to listen to employees when planning to deploy devices across the enterprise, and the decision to accelerate the deployment of Ultrabooks at Intel.


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