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Manage and Secure Remote Systems Using Intel® Active Management Technology to Reduce Costs and Increase Protection

Networked devices such as digital signage, point-of-sale (POS) terminals, kiosks, and ATMs present unique challenges. A single enterprise may have hundreds or even thousands of these devices in locations around the globe. Managing these far-flung devices can be a difficult and expensive undertaking. Security is also a top concern for networked devices, which face threats from viruses, hackers, and other intrusions. These cost and security concerns can be addressed with Intel® Active Management Technology (Intel® AMT) and IEI's iEZman remote management software. These technologies help eliminate unnecessary tasks, reduce costs, and improve the security of networked devices.

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Kevin Helmer, Business Development Manager, IEI Technology USA Corp., Embedded Computing. Associate Member of the Intel® Embedded Alliance.

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