Intel IT’s Aziz Safa discusses Intel’s big data journey, how a data management team empowers business groups to identify insight, and how the volume of data, low cost of storage, and Apache Hadoop* open source technologies make it all possible.
Intel IT created a standardized, high-volume process—a Virtualization Factory—to accelerate the implementation of our enterprise private cloud.
To create the infrastructure for our enterprise cloud, we have set a goal of virtualizing most of our Office and Enterprise computing environment. We created a standardized, repeatable, high-volume virtualization process, the Virtualization Factory.
An in-memory data platform supports Intel IT’s goal of developing a supply chain that can instantly respond to change.
Real-time data supports a supply chain that can instantly respond to change. We’ll be able to build on what we learn with the supply chain implementation, applying real-time data in innovative ways in many other areas of the enterprise.
Brief: Intel IT supports first certified green building with system that recovers data center heat to heat the rest of the building.
To support our first certified green building, Intel IT has designed a system that saves energy by recovering data center heat and using it to heat the rest of the building. We project savings of approximately USD 235,000 annually.
In a day without a data center, events quickly spiral out of control for a person dependent on connected devices such as cell phones.
Our self-service BI tools empower sales groups to customize their reports, rapidly analyze big data, and respond quickly to business opportunities.
Our self-service BI tools empower Intel sales groups to customize their reports, rapidly analyze information, make faster, better-informed decisions, and respond quickly to business opportunities.
IT@Intel connects IT professionals with their peers inside Intel, providing insight, best practices, and lessons learned on today’s technology issues.
IT@Intel connects IT professionals with their peers inside Intel, providing insight, best practices, and lessons learned on today’s top technology issues.
Video: Intel IT considers dynamic virtual client (DVC) technology, that provides a more robust and flexible platform for business and personal use.
Intel IT is considering implementing Dynamic Virtual Client (DVC) technology that will provide a more robust and flexible platform that users want and enterprises need. It provides greater flexibility and faster solution development at lower cost.Vue complète >