The client role in a cloud strategy is determined by what needs to be secure and delivered centrally vs. delivered locally, for best user experience.
The client plays a key role in an agile cloud computing strategy. In this podcast, hear how Intel IT balances what needs to be secure and delivered centrally vs. delivered locally, for best user experience.Volledig scherm >
Hear how Intel IT is dealing with compliance, privacy, data and application security in the cloud
Podcast talks with Intel security architecture and technology development lead Alan Ross about Intel's IT cloud security strategy: segregate virtual environments, employ balance controls, monitor applications while maintaining privacy compliance.Volledig scherm >
Intel IT discusses the management and security challenges that are part of supporting the Android* OS in the current enterprise environment.
In this podcast, we hear from Rob Evered of Intel’s Information Risk and Security Group. He discusses the management and security challenges that are part of supporting the Android* OS in the current enterprise environment.Volledig scherm >
Intel IT discuss developing the necessary skills and finding the right platform to deal with Big Data for Business Intelligence.
Intel CSO Malcolm Harkins discusses enterprise security, ensuring privacy protections, and keeping the proper mindset in the midst of radical change.
Intel Chief Security and Privacy Officer Malcolm Harkins shares his thoughts on securing the enterprise, ensuring privacy protections, and keeping the proper mindset in the midst of radical change.Volledig scherm >
How Intel IT developed a methodology to assess the viability of a bring-your-own stipend program and the results they found.
As Intel grows, so do IT needs for the diverse company. In this podcast, insight on prioritizing IT expenses for a large, multi-national corporation.
Intel IT discusses their data center strategy and the complexity of providing service to a wide array of needs in multiple geographies.
Intel IT’s Das Kamhout discussed the choosing a hybrid approach, the challenges it presents, and how it will lead Intel to the future
Intel’s BYOD program was built to facilitate eDiscovery – legal requests for data –stored on personally owned devices such as smartphones and tablets.