V3 Enterprise Mobility Summit: The rise in mobile working and ‘hot desking' means that employees can be freed from the confines of the traditional office.
But most are still locked into a wired environment that doesn't make the best use of mobile technologies, restricted to spaces near charging points and Ethernet ports and cluttered with wired peripherals.
We are joined by Intel's Tom Garrison, vice president and general manager of the Business Client Platform group, who explains Intel's wire-free vision and how the company is looking to transform the office.
Sign up to watch the interview and find out how your company can be freed from the traditional wired office with Intel's 5th-generation vPro processor family.
The interview is part of the V3 Enterprise Mobility Summit, running from 24-26 February. Make sure to register for the whole summit to ensure you don't miss out on any of the other events.
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