IDF Exclusive: Intel CIO John “JJ” Johnson

September 18th, 2007 |
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Live, from the “Upload Lounge” at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, Intel Vice President and CIO John “JJ” Johnson spoke with PodTech for this podcast about some of the hot topics being talked about at this year’s Fall IDF.

Johnson talks about the many ways in which Intel’s Enterprise Capability Framework helps enterprise data networks keep up with the demands associated with managing emerging technologies, including social media like IM, blogs and wikis as well as the newest generation of smart phones. A big part of the challenge facing the enterprise involves providing the requisite security without limiting capability.

For the enterprise, Johnson highlights virtualization (a hot topic at the end of Day 1) and the value of Intel’s vPro — including advantages like the ability to fix or reboot a crashed machine in the network, or to analyze network machines remotely.

It all points in one direction — increased mobility brings increased demands, which together create what Johnson sees as the most interesting innovation in the last ten years.

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