Intel addresses global challenges through corporate responsibility. Character in times of crisis. Intel’s women of influence. Remote work: upgraded. And better data center visibility.
When Intel was created, its purpose was to develop world-changing technology. Over time, however, that mission has grown. Leveraging its creativity, expertise, and influence, Intel’s latest Corporate Responsibility Report outlines new plans for tackling climate change, pandemic preparedness, and more.
As COVID-19 and shutdown orders spread, Intel leadership sprung into action. “While adversity builds character, it also reveals it,” Intel’s chief people officer writes. By meeting this crisis with confidence, compassion, and creativity, Intel has revealed itself as a model for enterprise business continuity.
With more women making a splash in STEM, technology’s diversity problem is shrinking. But that doesn’t mean it’s gone away completely. Intel’s leading women have some advice for the next generation of women in tech. Spoiler: None of it involves downplaying their more traditionally feminine qualities.
Remote work may be our new normal, but that doesn’t mean it’s been easy. Enter: 10th-generation Intel vPro processors. Designed to deliver better connectivity, productivity, and remote manageability, the new Intel vPro platform offers hardware-based security features and the best Wi-Fi technology for video calls.
Intel and Splunk announced a multi-platform collaboration that aims to give IT managers better visibility into an increasingly complex data center environment. By enabling more efficient root cause analysis, the new system-level telemetry solution has the potential to lower TCO while improving uptime.