Inside IT: Evaluating Ultrabook Devices for the Enterprise

October 9th, 2012 |
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IT Best Practices: Episode 35 – The variety of ways we connect and compute is very different from even a few years ago. And it’s changing all the time. More devices are making their way into the enterprise, allowing employees to be more mobile and more productive. But not all devices are created equal, and it’s important for the IT department to ensure security and manageability – even as it helps promote mobility and productivity. In this podcast we take a look at Ultrabooks with Dave Buchholz, Director of Consumerization and a Principal Engineer in Intel’s IT Labs. We’ll discuss the use of Ultrabooks in the enterprise, how Intel evaluates these devices, and what to expect as more employees use Ultrabooks in the future.


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