Inside IT: Context-Aware Computing

July 23rd, 2013 |
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IT Best Practices: Episode 54 – We’re at the outset of a new development in the enterprise, driven in part by the widespread use of mobile devices. Context-aware computing has the promise to enhance employee productivity and offer value to the company. It takes into account the person, place, and thing of a given situation, and offers information and services based on that situation. In this podcast we hear from Jon McDermott, Research and Pathfinding Lead with IT Labs at Intel. He talks about the development and deployment of Intel’s context-aware computing service for the enterprise.

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