Inside IT: Cell Phones In The Fab

March 13th, 2012 |
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IT Best Practices: Episode 20 – There’s a trend in the enterprise that challenges IT: how can we secure productivity gains by allowing employees to use smart phones for work, without compromising security or creating a huge management problem? Now think of the challenges of allowing employee smart phones in an environment like the fabrication plants where Intel chips are manufactured. That’s what Jay Alexander and Eran Birk of Intel IT faced. In this podcast, you’ll learn about the proof-of-concept they devised to examine how to allow fab employees to have smart phones, while maintaining security in these highly sensitive areas.

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