- Monday, Intel unveiled its annual IT report, highlighting the technology it uses to support its 105,000 employees. The company employs about 6,300 IT professionals to work on business operations and employee productivity.
- The company said it will likely save close to $100 million through 2017 using the Internet of Things (IoT) and big data analytics.
- Intel has also developed new collaboration and sharing tools that can be deployed wirelessly, creating a new approach to traditional meetings.
Intel said it is using analytics to respond to partner and customer needs and ensure competitiveness, In addition, it is increasing the amount of data being stored in the cloud, making the data center more efficient and using software-defined infrastructure (SDI) to increase agility and cost efficiency and better service business groups.
In releasing its IT report, Intel is showcasing its efforts to modernize, possibly striking envy into the hearts of other companies that have struggled to update their technology and approach. IT transparency can only benefit stakeholders, and investors want to be sure companies are doing everything in their power to stay competitive.
Intel wants to remain a leader in its field, so establishing modern approaches for enterprise-wide technology with advanced security solutions may help it to stay ahead of competitors.