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Business Client

Small Business to Big Business Solutions


Manageability

Remote management features make it easy to keep PCs running smoothly and more cost-effectively.

Intel® Active Management Technology Implementation and Reference Guide ›

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Security

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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CSharp Application with Intel Software Guard Extension C# Application with Intel Software Guard Extension Enclaves must be 100 percent native code and the enclave bridge functions must be 100 percent native code with C (and not C++) linkages, it is possible, indirectly, to make an ECALL into an enclave from .NET and to make an OCALL from an enclave...
Use Case Guide for Audio/Video Conferencing Using Intel® Unite™ Plugins With Intel Unite hub software running on an Intel® vPro™ device, these room can now be a user-friendly, dongle-free environment. Allowing users to connect to the in-room screen over the corporate Wi-Fi* network. The individual connections are made by the meeting participants using the 6-digit PIN...
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Refining the Enclave-Intel® SGX Tutorial Series Part 7 Learn about the Intel® SGX enclave APIs - How the proxy functions marshal data between unprotected memory space and the enclave and the EDL syntax.
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Intel® Software Guard Extensions Tutorial Series: Part 6, Dual Code Paths In this installment of the Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX) tutorial series, we address an outstanding design requirement: to make sure our Tutorial Password Manager will function on hosts both with and without Intel SGX capability. The article includes a code sample that demonstrates...
Driver Support Matrix for Intel® Media SDK and OpenCL™   Developers can access Intel's processor graphics GPU capabilities through the Intel® Media SDK and Intel® SDK for OpenCL™ Applications. This article provides more information on how the software, driver, and hardware layers map together.  
Intel® Software Guard Extensions Tutorial Series: Part 5, Enclave Development In this installment of the Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX) tutorial series, we develop the enclave for the Tutorial Password Manager application, having earlier created a DLL to serve as our interface layer between the enclave bridge functions and the C++/CLI program core, and defined...
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Intel® Software Guard Extensions Tutorial Series: Part 4, Enclave Design In Part 4 of the Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX) tutorial series we'll create the project infrastructure necessary to integrate the enclave into our application. Downloadable source code is included.
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Intel® Software Guard Extensions Tutorial Series: Part 3, Designing for Intel® SGX In Part 3 of the Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX) tutorial series we’ll talk about how to design an application with Intel SGX in mind.
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...