Intel vPro Technology: Activation Getting Easier

December 11th, 2007 |
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In this video podcast, IT pros from the Enterprise Solutions Group at Intel join Josh Hilliker, manager of the Intel vPro Expert Center, to discuss vPro activation. “We have studies that show that on the laptop or notebook side, it saves you $50 per year and on the desktop side it saves you approximately $230 per year by utilizing the vPro technology,” says Mike Seawright, of the enterprise solutions group. In other words, it’s worth it to go all the way through the activation process now, because otherwise, “you’re losing out on that cost savings.” Terry Cutler, also of the enterprise solutions group, says it differently: “I’m more than happy for people to buy the technology, but I think they’d be even better off if they’d actually use the technology.”

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