Inside IT: Why The Device Matters in a Cloud-Centric World

July 3rd, 2012 |
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IT Best Practices: Episode 28 – It’s been amazing to watch technology converge to make the cloud possible. Connection speeds, processing power, and the explosion of connected devices all contribute to this transformation in the compute experience. It might seem that offloading processing and data storage to the cloud would make the device being used less relevant. That’s not necessarily the case. In this podcast we hear from Doug DeVetter, a Technology Evangelist with Intel IT. He explains how Intel IT needs to be on top of technology trends, employee needs, and security and management challenges to create an awesome user experience on the cloud.

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