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

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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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New Features in Intel® Active Management Technology (AMT) 10 While Intel did not release an Intel® vProTM Technology desktop with  ME (Intel® Manageability Engine) Firmware v10, the later versions of firmware are backwards compatible as early as Intel®  7 series chipsets (ME 8.x originally).
Look Boss, No Wires! or Why to care about Wi prefixes Sometimes when technology changes, you can't really see yourself using the new features, especially in a business setting. However, I don't think anyone will have that problem with the move to wire free PCs. (Or why to care about Wi terms: WiDi, WiGig/WiDock, Wireless Charging, )
Chromebooks and the new Citrix* Receiver for Chrome For any of you still thinking of the Chromebook™ notebook computer as just a consumer browsing device, think again. It's no longer just notebook computers running the Chrome OS™ operating system, it's also Chromebox™ computing devices, ChromeBase,*  and more - indicating form factor is not a...
Intel® AMT, ME, MEI, and Windows* Instant On/Connected Standby Back in the old days, one only needed to think about ME (Intel® Manageability Engine) Firmware if one was using Intel® Active Management Technology (AMT) on Intel® vProTM Technology systems.
How to use the rdrand engine in OpenSSL for random number generation The OpenSSL* ENGINE API includes an engine specifically for Intel® Data Protection Technology with Secure Key. When this engine is enabled, the RAND_bytes() function will exclusively use the RDRAND instruction for generating random numbers and will not need to rely on the OS's entropy pool for...
Developer API Documentation for Intel® Performance Counter Monitor   The Intel® Performance Counter Monitor (Intel® PCM: is an open-source tool set based on an API. This API can be used directly by developers in their software. Besides the API usage example in the article, other samples of code using the API can be found in pcm.cpp,...