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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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Intel® Advanced Encryption Standard (Intel® AES) Instructions Set - Rev 3.01 Intel® AES instructions are a new set of instructions available beginning with the Intel® Core™ processor family. These instructions enable fast and secure data encryption and decryption, using the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES).
How “Personal” is coming back into PC For anyone what wasn't able to attend the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference, one of the 3 key finds that I learned was that the concept of "Personal" is truly coming back to "Personal Computing" - lots of new technologies are right around the corner to make your computer feel more like "yours."
INTRODUCTION TO INTEL® AES-NI AND INTEL® SECURE KEY INSTRUCTIONS Starting in 2010 with the Intel® Core™ processor family based on the 32nm Intel® microarchitecture, Intel introduced a set of new AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) instructions. This processor launch brought seven new instructions.
Detecting Ultrabook Sensors With the recent launch of the 3rd Generation Intel Core Processors, Intel has introduced a new breed of Ultrabook and it’s a game-changer.  Ultrabooks and Convertibles based on the 3rd Generation Intel Core Processors come with new touch and sensor features.  In this blog, we will focus on the...
Introducing Intel Ultrabook™ – Part One In all my years in college I have used a laptop PC. Recently, I’ve been tempted to get a MacBook Air Pro because of its light-weight and stylish look. But, since starting at Intel, I’ve been able to explore and play with an Ultrabook and it has changed my mind completely. The reason is simple: Ivy...
Intel® AVX2 optimization in Intel® MKL The specific optimization and general support for the latest Intel® AVX2 instructions have been added in the Intel MKL v11.0. This article lists the specific functions that are optimized for Intel AVX2.
Intel® MKL Sparse BLAS Overview Sparse BLAS routines can be useful to implement iterative methods for solving large sparse systems of equations or eigenvalue problems
Intel AMT: Known Issues and Best Practices I just ran into an older blog post on our vPo Expert Center. While the Expert Center favors End Users of Intel vPro Technology, this blog: Known Issues, Best Practices, and Workarounds, may be very useful to many of our vPro Developers.