Sub-OS management tools essential to the coming 'device-as-a-service' revolution, says Intel's Stuart Dommett

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Intel's Stuart Dommett presenting at Computing's July 2019 Technology Forum
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Intel's Stuart Dommett presenting at Computing's July 2019 Technology Forum

Endpoint device management is becoming a more challenging task as the number and range of devices explodes - and more is yet to come with IoT, warns Intel's Stuart Dommett

Too few organisations are taking advantage of free management and security tools that are built-in to their business PCs, laptops and other devices. That's according to Stuart Dommett, technical solutions...

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