Cloud computing is a significant trend with the potential to increase agility and lower costs. One key challenge for IT executives is developing an enterprise-wide strategy for cloud computing that’s proactive and drives the business. In this session we will share how Intel IT is developing a cloud
Cloud computing is a significant trend with the potential to increase agility and lower costs. One key challenge for IT executives is developing an enterprise-wide strategy for cloud computing that’s proactive and drives the business. In this session we will share how Intel IT is developing a cloud computing strategy based on growing the cloud from the inside out. This will include plans to grow Intel IT’s internal virtualized computing environment to support an increasing number of cloud-like attributes over time and the immediate plans to aggressively expand and evolve this internal environment.
Brian McGeough is part of Intel’s IT Engineering organization and is responsible for Intel’s internal data centre manageability strategy. In this session, Brian will detail his experiences with private cloud deployment to date, what is planned, and share how Intel IT is developing a cloud computing strategy based on growing the cloud from the inside out.
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It’s interesting to see how today, various macro-economic factors are changing the procurement dynamics in the Oil & Gas industry.
The strategic importance of sourcing, procurement and supply management has risen manifold with challenges encompassing; the need for a reliable knowledge and analytics ecosystems to handle vast quantities and scopes of capital project data, multiple risk factors related to workforce scarcity, stakeholder community, cyber-security, regional regulatory stringency and variability and global price volatility and increasing requirements for speed, agility and precision as energy companies compete to extract profits and advantage from the plethora of industry innovation opportunities now underway. Choice of an optimal procurement solution can impact the key operations & profitability of any and every company.
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In the digital era, IT has an extraordinary opportunity to become a data-driven business partners helping the business achieve its goals of revenue generation, cost reduction, and risk mitigation. However, IT reporting and analytics have historically focused on descriptive and diagnostic work – describing what happened and why. The speed and agility of the digital revolution demands the ability to not only describe what happened in the past but to predict what might happen in the future and to make recommendations about what should be done.
IT operations analytics offers IT organizations a path to evolve the use of machine, operational and business data for more effective, forward-looking prioritization and decision-making. And in a recent BMC sponsored survey, 79% of IT pros said they would be more effective at their job if they had access to non-IT sources of data to help them make decisions in business context.
Join Donnie Berkholz, 451 Research, and Erin Avery, BMC Software, for a high energy, fast paced discussion on adaptive, real-time analytics that any IT operations organization can adopt to become highly prescriptive and predictive.
Did you know that 31 percent of downtime comes from hardware problems and 13 percent comes from human error? How would you like to minimize or even eliminate these business interruptions?
This webinar discusses what you can do to approach zero downtime for your mission-critical applications. You’ll learn:
•How you can maximize hardware uptime by implementing high availability, geo-clustering, live patching and easy rollback
•How to minimize human error by automating asset management and patch application
•How T-Systems International is using SUSE open source infrastructure to keep its mission-critical systems up and running
Like many organisations, Prudential has to ensure it protects sensitive data. Getting it right results in satisfied customers, regulators and shareholders and avoids the reputational damage and legal penalties associated with a data breach. With the forthcoming EU General Data Protection Regulation now agreed for implementation, we think now is the right time for organisations to review their data governance and protection requirements. During this webinar we will cover today’s challenges in ensuring good data governance and enter into a panel discussion with Prudential about their approach and lessons learned, including their implementation of Symantec Data Loss Prevention and Boldon James data classification technology. There will also be an opportunity to engage in a Question and Answer session.
So if you want to give your data governance program a head start, register today.
Is your company adopting or using cloud this year, but slowed down by security concerns? Our customers have faced the same hurdles you may be grappling with—operational complexity, concerns over encryption, and increasing developer responsibility among them.
Despite these concerns, cloud discussions for our technology and software customers firms have moved from “if” to “how" because of the much-needed flexibility the cloud provides.
In just 30 minutes in our webcast on Wednesday, April 27th, we'll share the challenges our customers are encountering on hybrid cloud and the shape of the solution that will address these. We'll then demo Bracket's agentless security layer as it performs transparent, always-on encryption that your developers can't turn off—and won't even notice.
What hurts a campaign more than bad data? The answer is simple - nothing. Basically, if you don't have accurate customer contact data, your campaigns are going to fail. Join the experts from the Informatica Data as a Service team to learn how you can verify the accuracy of your customer data, increase campaign performance, and reach more of your prospects through our simple contact data verification services implemented into Marketo.
Forrester Analyst: Michael Facemire, Intel Architect: Travis Broughton
A sound enterprise mobile app strategy focuses on automating and scaling 4 key pillars: back-end data/app integration, app composition/packaging/promotion, secure channel from device to enterprise, and tools to simplify app creation cross-device. Mastering these disciplines delivers native mobile apps that offer consistent and compelling user experiences and brand expansion through engaged developer communities. In this webinar, Forrester & Intel focus on how mobile middleware solutions have evolved the from traditional 3-tier web apps to provide direct access to back-end data via APIs. However, the evolution to this model presents new challenges to developers: inconsistent formats and protocols, inadequate security controls, and rapidly evolving interfaces, to name just a few.
You will learn:
-Tips for integrating BYOD platforms into your enterprise app offerings
-Tradeoffs between web app portals and native mobile apps
-The gateway approach to streamline development while improving security
-Tools to provide a unified foundation for mobile enterprise application development
Sajid Khan, Mission Critical Segment Manager, Intel Daniel Sullivan, Technical Solution Manager, IBM
Keeping the most important workloads up and running smoothly, 24/7 can keep IT managers up at night. Additionally, the need to rapidly analyze the ever-increasing amounts of data being generated in connected world is major imperative. Increasingly, these challenges need to be met in a tight budgetary environment.
You’re faced with a strategic choice: Continue to try to meet these growing demands with legacy infrastructure, or migrate your mission-critical deployments to an open-standards-based environment built upon Intel® Xeon® processor-based solutions solution stacks.
Join our panel of experts to learn a proven approach to modernization. Topics include:
· Trends and market data related to mission-critical application modernization and a perspective on the updated solution stack
· Strategic options to address the current software-, hardware-, and business-related challenges in your mission-critical environment
· Practical steps for your mission-critical migration projects, including which workloads to transition first, and ways to divide the project into manageable pieces
· Lessons learned in modernizing mission-critical environments, based on a rich history of innovation and global experience from IBM and Intel
Bring your most pressing mission-critical questions and challenges and ask the experts. This webinar will be live.
Eric Baldeschwieler, CTO, Hortonworks, Avik Dey, Director, Hadoop Services, Intel
From small start-up projects to globally distributed and operationalized multicluster data center deployments, the Hadoop framework is adding value to many organizations. Discover how the Hadoop framework is evolving to support advanced enterprise requirements for stability, reliability, and real-time analysis to support mission critical projects.
Attend this webinar and get smart on:
· The history of the Hadoop framework and the contribution process that drives innovation
· Field patterns of use that indicate a shift to real-time requirements
· How core server and networking platforms are evolving with Hadoop framework
· How to identify big data usage models for first proofs of concept and high ROI
Have more questions? Ask the experts! This webinar will be live.
John Hengeveld, Technical Computing Group, Intel and Joe Yaworski, Fabric Products Division, Intel
Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessor – the next leap forward in High Performance Computing.
Learn why Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessor may be a compelling solution for your HPC environment. Each individual Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessor delivers the performance to extend the reach of applications that have demonstrated the ability to reach the scaling limits of Intel® Xeon® processor based systems. HPC clusters populated with Intel Xeon processors and Intel Xeon coprocessors can potentially see significant performance gains when properly tuned and optimized. The fabric becomes fundamentally important to delivering and maximizing the clusters performance. What are the hardware and software features that make Intel Xeon Phi uniquely different from other solutions in the market? How to design a high performance fabric that optimizes Intel Xeon Phi performance in cluster? Is your code highly parallelized and vectorized? Why is this important? How do I know? Learn how the Intel tools can help you get the best performance out of you applications.
This is a webinar you do not want miss if you are interested in maximizing the performance of your HPC workload.
David Buchholz, IT Director of Consumerization—Principal Engineer, IT Strategy, Architecture and Innovation, Intel IT
Consumerization is much more than a simple Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) program; it’s about delivering the complete user experience that employees have come to expect. Find out how implementing a solid consumerization plan can increase flexibility, efficiency, and productivity. Tune in to learn best practices that will help you select the right tools for your consumerization overhaul.
Learn more about consumerization, and how to:
· Expand your end-user computing strategy beyond BYOD.
· Embrace the consumerization of IT while keeping the enterprise secure.
· Give your increasingly tech-savvy workforce the hardware they want and need to stay productive.
· Gain insight from Intel IT’s effort to address consumerization in the enterprise and serve more than 25,000 employee-owned smart phones, thousands of employee-owned tablets, and hundreds of employee-owned PCs.
This event will be live, so please bring any questions you have concerning consumerization.
Stephen Pope, NHS, Uwe Buddrus, HIMSS Analytics, Michael Porter, Innovation Value Institute, Jim Kenneally, Ben Wilson,Intel
Attend this talk to hear how the Healthcare IT Maturity Model Programme is delivering leading insights for hospitals, enhancing their IT capabilities towards achieving improved eHealth outcomes. The programme assists a hospital’s IT function plan a more holistic approach to the strategy, implementation and running of electronic medical record (EMR) and general IT services.
This talk outlines how to systematically improve performance of the IT organisation by using complementary management approaches, namely the IT Capability Maturity Framework (from IVI), NHS Infrastructure Maturity Model (from NHS DHID) and EMR Adoption Model (from HIMSS Analytics). We will also share early results from European hospitals, including NHS hospitals, plus details on how to participate.
The Healthcare IT Maturity Model Programme is being supported by Intel Corporation, NHS DHID, Innovation Value Institute (IVI) and HIMSS Analytics Europe.
John Hengeveld, Technical Computing Group, Intel and Joe Yaworski, Fabric Products Division, Intel
HPC (High Performance Computing) is a fast growing technology used across many industries, as it has become the means to maintaining a competitive edge in a global economy. Whether your organization is large or small, global or local - HPC can mean a faster time-to-market, producing products at a lower cost and with more competitive features. This webinar will describe the value behind HPC and how it can help you and your organization become more successful. There are many aspects to HPC and one key attribute is performance. How do you design and implement an HPC cluster that will allow you to discover faster, run more simulation models to minimize expensive physical models? We will talk about the system attributes that enable HPC performance including the processor, memory and fabric.
Mike Gualtieri, Forrester Research, Saran Mandair, PayPal, Richard Theige, NextBio Bryce Olson, Intel
IT experts from Forrester Research, PayPal, and NextBio are blazing a trail in big data. Hear them talk about lessons learned, and how they:
· Use big data analytics to generate new business insight and competitive advantage.
· Work with business decision makers to identify use cases for big data solutions.
· Manage the three Vs of big data—volume, variety, and velocity.
· Adapt their data architecture and infrastructure to meet the demands of big data.
You’ll also see how big data has changed their job roles, and how it could change yours. You’ll get an overview of the holy grail of big data—predictive analytics—and learn concrete steps you can take to put big data to work for your company, generating real business value.
This webinar will be live, so be sure to bring questions and comments.
Mike Gualtieri, Principal Analyst, Forrester Research
Saran Mandair, Senior Director of Operations for Big Data Infrastructure, PayPal
Richard Theige, Senior Director of Operations, NextBio
Bryce Olson, Business Strategist, Intel
John Skinner, Director Secure Enterprise and Cloud, Intel & Ed Metcalf, Director Product Marketing, McAfee
The threat landscape grows more complex each day. The motivation has changed from fame to gain, and hackers are becoming increasingly sophisticated. Protect valuable data–and defend your organization’s entire computing environment–with hardware-enhanced security.
Learn how Intel and McAfee solutions can help you keep up on the evolving cybercrime landscape. Join John Skinner, director of secure enterprise and cloud at Intel, and Ed Metcalf, director of product marketing for Intel solutions at McAfee, for an informative webinar. They’ll discuss how these next-generation security solutions are designed to help you:
· Provide zero-day protection that detects, blocks, quarantines, and removes stealthy threats before damage is done.
· Proactively block rootkits and other new threats that can’t be detected by traditional security measures.
· Deploy a preventive security approach that goes beyond the operating system to guard against viruses and malware at the hardware level using McAfee DeepSAFE technology
Also, be sure to ask a question or two during the live question-and-answer session. It’s a great chance to get answers directly from industry experts on IT security.
Amy Doescher, Enterprise Security Product Engineer at Intel, and Marty Jost, Senior Manager of Product Marketing at Symantec
Join us as we discuss how today’s hackers are developing innovative attacks that go beyond the operating system to gain access to your systems. Then learn how you can use embedded hardware-based authentication solutions such as identity protection technology from Intel and Symantec to help you:
· Fend off attacks that circumvent traditional software-only-based security measures.
· Step up authentication while saving costs with embedded hardware-based storage of authentication tokens and certificates.
· Prevent screen scraping and other malware hijacks by verifying a human presence at the PC.
· Reduce help-desk costs associated with lost tokens and smart cards, and minimize IT staff time spent on configuration and provisioning.
Marty and Amy will also cover how our new solutions can assist you in narrowing your exposure window in disaster recovery scenarios.
Our experts will then answer questions live, so be sure to bring a question or two to ask. It’s a great chance to get answers directly from industry experts on IT security.
Yasser Rasheed, Director, Business Client Architecture, Intel & John Mahvi, Business Client Product Line Manager, Intel IT
Learn about embedded security features that come with new 3rd generation Intel® Core™ vPro™ processors. Join Intel’s director of business client architecture, Yasser Rasheed and John Mahvi, business client product line manager for Intel IT as they reveal how these distinctive built-in features were designed to address the key concerns of IT security management. From threat management and identity and access, to data protection and monitoring and remediation, learn about embedded security technologies to help you:
· Protect against unauthorized remote access
· Improve two-factor authentication to protect sensitive data
· Stop malware and root kit attacks below the OS level
· Ensure strong client encryption
· Automatically protect missing mobile assets
Yasser and John will also share some new innovative form factors with consumer-like capabilities and business-grade security and manageability.
Bring your questions about the new features of the 3rd generation Intel® Core™ vPro™ processor for Yasser and John to answer live during the moderated question-and-answer portion of the webinar.
Grant Babb, Proactive Investigations Program manager, Intel IT
Join Grant Babb, Proactive Investigations Program manager for Intel IT, as he discusses the impact of insider threats on organizations and the software and best practices Intel has developed to preempt this type of attack. You’ll learn about:
· A new approach to preempting insider threats: How we combined business intelligence and behavioral monitoring
· How Intel IT developed Intel® Pro-I: A new software tool used by Intel to proactively identify potential insider threats that we’re now making freely available through General Public License (GPL)
· Insider threat personas: Profiles of insiders who—for one reason or another—deliberately compromise IT data and systems
· The changing security environment: Why the way we work today via mobile and cloud has changed the way we need to approach insider threats
· The skills you need: The knowledge and expertise you need on staff to mitigate the risk of insider threats and make the best use of this unique approach
Also be sure to bring your questions about insider threats for Grant to answer during the moderated question-and-answer portion of the webinar.
Parviz Peiravi, Principal Architect – Enterprise Computing, Intel
With so many cloud options available today, it’s hard to determine the best strategy, architecture, and specific solutions and associated technologies your enterprise. Intel believes building cloud infrastructure is a journey—and appropriate planning, based on architectural principals, will ensure consistency throughout each implementation phase. In this webcast, you’ll get practical advice based on real-world experience for developing a private or hybrid cloud strategy that successfully builds on your existing or upcoming data center. We’ll discuss cloud strategy development, maturity framework, application and infrastructure assessment, the importance of aligned business processes, and lessons learned.
Das Kamhout, IT Cloud Lead, Intel IT and Raejeanne Skillern, Director, Cloud Computing Marketing, Intel Corporation
Learn from Intel IT’s experience building a private cloud
Das Kamhout is one of Intel IT’s top go-to guys when it comes to cloud. He’s responsible for building Intel’s private cloud—an effort that has so far achieved remarkable gains for the business, including savings of $9 million to date.
Join Das for an in-depth look at Intel’s private cloud infrastructure, along with Intel Director of Cloud Computing Marketing Raejeanne Skillern to learn how Intel is moving forward with Open Cloud Computing and how you can:
•Build a cloud that expands on demand, with self-service provisioning across the enterprise.
•Drive 80 percent utilization of global data center resources with a focused refresh strategy across storage, network, and facilities.
•Meet cloud performance objectives deploying the new Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family.
•Achieve server consolidation ratios up to 20:1 with the latest-generation Intel Xeon processor–based servers.
•Accelerate cloud deployment with open cloud computing best practices validated by Intel IT.
Also be sure to bring your questions about private clouds for Das and Raejeanne to answer live during the moderated question-and-answer portion of the webinar.
Mark Rowland, Intel Xeon Processor E5 Architect and Dylan Larson, Director of Xeon Platform Marketing
Mark Rowland, architect of the new Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family, had a tough job: What could he pack into a tiny piece of silicon that could help IT pros like you solve their biggest data center challenges? Get a rare chance to hear Mark, along with Director of Xeon Platform Marketing Dylan Larson, discuss how Intel’s latest server processor is designed to emphasize performance, efficient I/O, and advanced security—and how you can use the new processor to:
· Gain significant overall server performance.
· Bust I/O bottlenecks.
· Scale your private cloud.
· Create a “root of trust” that extends from the processor up through the stack.
Bring your questions about the new Intel Xeon processor E5 family for Mark and Dylan to answer live during the moderated question-and-answer portion of the webinar.
Terry Cutler, Enterprise Solution Architect, Intel and Ed Metcalf, Product Marketing Manager, McAfee
Today's security threat landscape is rapidly evolving. From an explosion of mobile devices and IT consumerization to more advanced and persistent threats, the complexity of IT security is greater than ever before. Hear directly from Intel and McAfee experts on how you can incorporate remote security management using McAfee ePO Deep Command with Intel(r) Active Management Technology (AMT) to deliver beyond the operating system and help reduce security operations costs.
Jason Waxman, Intel, General Manager, Cloud Infrastructure Group & James Staten,Forrester, Vice President & Principal Analyst
Join Intel Cloud Infrastructure Group GM Jason Waxman and Forrester VP and Principle Analyst James Staten discuss the trends, key players, opportunities and how to specifically take advantage of an open cloud computing approach to address key challenges today. They will explore how to build upon IP that others are sharing, advances in open source cloud, open standards development, the Open Compute Project, and much more followed by a question and answer session!
Andy Butler, VP Distinguished Analyst, Gartner and Boyd Davis, Vice President, Intel Architecture Group
The December Intel IT Center Forum features Andrew Butler, Vice President and Distinguished Analyst at Gartner Research, and Boyd Davis, General Manager, Data Center Group Marketing, at Intel. Together, they'll discuss converged architecture, simplification for the cloud, and whether hardware still matters in a cloud-obsessed world.
Join us for discussion and add your voice to the conversation.
Jesus Garcia, Desktop Virtualization Platform Marketing Engineer at Intel
Attend this webinar to get the first look at IT professional peer research. Intel asked 200 IT managers from enterprises around the country about their desktop virtualization projects. The top 5 key findings will be analyzed by Intel expert Jesus Garcia in an exclusive Intel IT Center video that premiers at this event.
Whether you're currently in the middle of a desktop virtualization project, or have just started planning, this is an event you won't want to miss.
Following the video, Intel's IT Center program brings you a live moderated Q&A session:
Intel Desktop Virtualization Expert Jesus Garcia will be on hand to answer your questions. So, whether you're wondering about your delivery model options, what end users will benefit most, or have specific challenges you need to overcome, Jesus will have some keen insights to offer.
ISVs have enhanced their Asset protection, Data protection, Identity protection and Content protection products by leveraging unique capabilities in Intel’s 2nd Generation Intel® Core™ Processor Family. This presentation will provide an overview of the technology, our ISV’s solutions, and a few customer case studies.
Mr. Le Vernois is a charter member of the Services Program Office within the Sales and Marketing Group for Intel Corporation. A 25 year veteran of the computer industry, Mr. Le Vernois has held prior Senior Management positions with Sequent Computer Systems, Xerox, IBM, and Unicru; in various Sales and Marketing positions. Over the past 6 years, Mr. Le Vernois has played a key role in the development and execution of Intel’s Channel Services Strategy worldwide.
Mr. Le Vernois is a member of Rotary International and is a Paul Harris Fellow. He is listed in International Who's Who of Professional Management. He holds a B.S. in Computer Science from Pacific Lutheran University, and a MBA from the University of Portland.
Planning an IT project? The Intel® IT Center planning guides offer step-by-step guidance to help you hit the ground running. Based on Intel IT staff’s experience, we have guides for desktop virtualization, security in the cloud, client in the cloud, and next-generation data centers.