Intel Corporation

In early February of this year Intel Corporation has released worldwide its new family of Intel Core vPro. These processors have been designed specifically to meet the needs of different types of companies, and to that end have been introduced new elements in its architecture that incorporate important aspects in the field of security and remote management. To understand the technology Intel vPro is needed first clarity. Intel vPro is a series of elements incorporated into a computer in your motherboard and other locations of your hardware, is not a set of administrative tools. This combination of elements – including a new processor, some improvements in hardware, new users and network management, and advanced security technology tools – translate into benefits for the companies in the field of technical service, maintenance, security and efficiency in the area of IT. Since the handling of multiple computers on a network is a task of utmost importance to any organization, remote management It is one of the characteristics of this family of processors that more goes into resonance with the needs of the companies. The benefit in time and costs you get when tasks such as inventory, update and repair software can be performed without the physical presence of the IT technician is immense, and vPro technology provides excellent facilities for this type of tasks performed. Descriptions vPro Intel makes much emphasis in the manoeuvrability provided by this technology and its seamless integration into the existing infrastructure.

This manageability is completely based on the hardware, which allows you to make inventory diagnosis and backup of computers and their components independently of the operating system used by computers and the status of the system. Security is another of the great advantages offered by vPro technology. This security is provided by a strict and dynamic filter network traffic, different facilities to isolate and quarantine infected systems, remote updating and consolidation environments virtual for management services in a single PC. Visit Intel’s web site for more information on the family of processors Intel vPro and to see a complete guide in business desktop Intel processors..

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