Enabling Collaboration: Intel IT

April 19th, 2011 |
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An array of tools for collaboration has emerged just in the past decade – email, instant messaging, wikis, blogs, video conferencing and social media – that we often take for granted. And hardware like laptops, smart phones, mids and tablets have given users the choices to devise their own practices that make them more effective in their work. In this video, Intel IT insiders like Diane Bryant (Chief Information Officer, Intel) and Malcolm Harkins (Chief Information Security Officer, Intel) talk about today’s IT and making a workforce more productive by supporting a range of platforms and devices.


For more information on Intel IT Best Practices, please visit intel.com/IT
 

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