Intel CIO Diane Bryant on IT’s Enterprise Role in Innovation

July 7th, 2008 |
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In this video podcast, Diane Bryant, Intel Corporation’s recently-named chief information officer, discusses the role of IT in the enterprise today. Bryant sees three main functions for Intel’s IT organization, beginning with the company’s strategy for driving business growth. That centers upon ultra low-power devices in support of mobile Internet devices, and ultra low-cost solutions represented by the Atom processor, which focuses on the low-cost PC market, and the rapidly scaling system represented by global, emerging markets and the next billion users. For Bryant one big question is, “How are IT solutions going to enable Intel’s business growth?” Intel IT also serves as an in-house end user, and a valuable resource in the product development process as Intel works to stay in touch with enterprise IT management and drive down the cost of doing business. Finally, by working closely with CIOs and other enterprise IT managers, Intel IT is able to help set the rapid pace of IT innovation.


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