Author's Blogs

Jeff's Notebook: Frustrating Task - Setting up the Android* development environment
By Jeff Kataoka (Intel) Posted on 06/30/15 0
Talking to developers at one of the recent developer events, it was mentioned several times that one of the frustrating tasks that a developer experiences when first developing an Android app is setting up the Android development environment on a host machine whether on a Windows PC or a Mac.  Th...
Jeff's Notebook: Convenient and More Secure Login's - Intel Identity Protection Technology and MYDIGIPASS.COM
By Jeff Kataoka (Intel) Posted on 12/11/13 0
Login passwords, so important to protecting your various accounts or even your personal identity, but with all of our online accounts, what a pain passwords can be.  How do you remember all your user names and passwords?  Many people use the same user name and password for all of their online acc...
Jeff's Notebook: Online Banking with Two-Factor Authentication Security
By Jeff Kataoka (Intel) Posted on 12/02/13 0
As online banking has become a predominate and normal way of conducting much of our personal banking, security has become ever more important.  We want to know that our bank is protecting our money, our accounts and our financial information from those “bad guys” out there.  One of the key method...
Jeff's Notebook: Intel® Identity Protection Technology - Technical White Paper
By Jeff Kataoka (Intel) Posted on 02/26/13 0
In 2012, Intel launched the latest release of Intel® Identity Protection Technology (Intel® IPT), a hardware-based security token for One-Time Password (OTP) usage for security authentication solutions. that was built into all Ultrabooks™ with 3rd generation Intel® Core™ processors and PCs with 3...
Jeff's Notebook: Released for vPro™ technology: Intel® Setup and Configuration Software 8.0
By Jeff Kataoka (Intel) Posted on 04/13/12 0
Good news for IT Managers and manageability software developers for Intel® vPro™ technology.  Our Intel vPro experts are constantly working our developer tools to improve the IT management of vPro client networks.  This week, they have released Intel Setup and Configuration Software (Intel® SCS) ...
Jeff's Notebook: The Developer’s Guide to Creating Intel® AMT Certificates for Intel® vPro™ clients
By Jeff Kataoka (Intel) Posted on 03/06/12 0
One of the great features of the latest Intel® vPro™ technology-based clients is that it supports the encryption of communications that an IT manager would have between the management console and the vPro client.  In order to enable this capability, a developer needs to work with a feature of vPr...
Jeff's Notebook: Best Known Methods for using Intel® AMT with client virtualization
By Jeff Kataoka (Intel) Posted on 02/16/12 2
Virtualization of PC's is being used more and more in many companies to help them to maximize their PC resources for a variety of application uses.  Some businesses are using virtualization with client PCs with Intel®vPro™  technology and Intel® Active Management Technology (Intel® AMT). Yet, the...
Jeff's Notebook: Intel® vPro ™ Developer Community - A resource for developing PC manageability & security software
By Jeff Kataoka (Intel) Posted on 01/17/12 1
Well, 2012 is here and with the New Year, you'll be seeing some new topic areas for my blogs.  This year, I'm going to be exploring the additional areas of PC manageability and security software.  This is an area that continues to gain attention by IT managers and software developers that are try...
Jeff's Notebook: "Tips and Tricks for Kernel Development" in OpenCL
By Jeff Kataoka (Intel) Posted on 09/01/11 0
I was recently looking through our website looking for new articles, when I stumbled upon an article. "Tips and Tricks for Kernel Development".  I don't know how I missed this article before, but with all the recent interest in OpenCL, I thought this would be a great article for programmers to re...
Jeff's Notebook: Solving Memory-Related Bottlenecks in your Parallel Programming
By Jeff Kataoka (Intel) Posted on 07/29/11 10
One of the issues that multi-core programmers run into as they are trying to get the most performance out of their application is memory-related bottlenecks. Memory-related bottlenecks can cause your application to perform poorly or not to the level that you desire.  Multi-core processors can exa...