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Intel® vPro™ platforms are loaded with features and technologies to deliver best-in-class security protection. Whether it's applying advanced encryption or remotely disabling a stolen/lost PC, systems equipped with Intel® vPro™ technology are designed to keep your data safe.

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Intel® vPro™ Technology

Intel’s investment in Intel® vPro™ technology is entering its tenth anniversary, and it exemplifies our commitment to engineering innovations for business computing. The benefits, capabilities, and features of our new 5th generation Intel® Core™ vPro™ processor and Intel® Core™ M vPro™ processor help IT leadership ensure their workplace can keep up with workforce demands. In addition, Intel® vPro™ technology and accompanying solutions help businesses remain relevant and desired in a competitive market.


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Intel® Software Guard Extensions Part 5: Enclave Development In part 5 of this tutorial series, we complete the interface for the Password Manager DLL. Source code is included. Your application must function on systems both with and without Intel® SGX support, and that means you must create two versions: one intended for use in enclaves, and one for use in...
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Intel® Software Guard Extensions Part 4: Design an Enclave In part 4 of this tutorial series, you'll create the project infrastructure necessary to integrate the enclave into your application. Source code is included.
Intel Software Guard Extensions (Intel SGX) Tutorial Series: Looking ahead Part 4 of the Intel Software Guard Extensions (Intel SGX) Tutorial Series will be coming out in the next few days. In it, we'll be starting our enclave implementation, focusing on the bridge/proxy functions for the enclave itself as well as the middleware layer needed for the C++ code to interact...
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Intel® Software Guard Extensions Part 3: Design an Application In part 3 of this series, you'll learn how to design an application to take advantage of Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX). You'll examine the overall structure of an application, and then create a class model that prepares the app for enclave design and integration. Source code is...
Could Your Next App Be for B2B? If you’re building a game, a photo-editing app, or a calendar app, you’re likely developing it for consumers, end users who will find it through the iOS app store or the Google Play store. Previously, we’ve talked about at how to get noticed  in this saturated market. But another option you may...
Using Enclaves from .NET*: Make ECALLS with Callbacks via OCALLS Intel® SGX Code Sample: Learn how to mix enclaves with managed code on Microsoft Windows* platforms using the C# language. There are multiple solutions for accomplishing these tasks, and this article and its accompanying code sample demonstrate one approach.
FAQ for Remote Secure Erase Presented here is a collection of frequently asked questions for Intel® Remote Secure Erase (RSE). RSE is a new feature introduced with Intel® Active Management Technology (Intel AMT) version 11.0. RSE is designed to allow IT administrators to wipe the Intel Solid State Drive of the client device...
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Intel® Software Guard Extensions Tutorial Series: Part 2, Application Design The second part in the Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX) tutorial series is a high-level specification for the application we’ll be developing: a simple password manager that provides the same core functions as a commercial product while following good security practices, which we'll...
Advanced Computer Concepts for the (Not So) Common Chef: The Multi-core Industrial Kitchen This is going to be a short blog as there is no new material to discuss, just a simple extension of the earlier blogs (see Advanced Computer Concepts for the (Not So) Common Chef: The Home Kitchen  and Advanced Computer Concepts For The (Not So) Common Chef: Terminology Pt 1) on how the CPU can
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Intel® Software Guard Extensions Tutorial Series: Part 1, Intel® SGX Foundation This first article in the Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX) tutorial series is a brief overview of the technology. Learn how Intel SGX can protect your application's private information, including passwords, account numbers, financial information, encryption keys, and health records.