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Security Made Simple with the New 8th Gen Intel Core Processor

Последнее обновление: 21 августа 2017 г.Автор: Jim Gordon (Intel)

I hope you’ll share my enthusiasm for the exceptional1 performance of computers with 8th Gen Intel® Core™ processors. The excitement of a new PC still never fades with me – and the enhanced entertainment and productivity capabilities with the 8th...

The Small Batches Principle – Building Big one Piece at a Time

The concept of “Agile” is usually associated with software development, and much of what is being said about Agile is really tailored for pure software development. Still, people are trying to apply Agile to system and hardware development, but...

Collaborating with Microsoft to Strengthen Enterprise Blockchains

During Cyber Week 2017,  I spoke with industry experts where I shared Intel’s approach to cybersecurity and how to protect emerging industry opportunities like autonomous vehicles and blockchain. Intel’s approach to security starts with hardware...

KEEP IT SIMPLE Principle Protects Blockchains

Cryptocurrency and blockchains have been hot topics in the news over the last year. Most recently, GPU shortages, Ethereum pricing, Bitcoin segwit, and a $7M ICO web site hack have generated headlines that continue to signal the growing...

You’ve Been Warned Big Business. Ransomware is Coming for You!

Ransomware is growing and adapting faster than you think. Big businesses, you are not as secure as you think. The delta between perception and reality will be a costly lesson for organizations, impactful for customers, and a financial windfall for...

The More the Merrier – Building Virtual Platforms for Integration

Integration. A word to scare children with?  Maybe not, but it definitely is one of the hardest parts of system engineering and building. When different pieces of hardware, firmware, and software are combined to build a complete system, all kinds...