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Intel and Microsoft to improve business PCs

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Intel and Microsoft are aiming to make managing business PCs easier by incorporating new technologies into desktops and notebooks.

The chip giant has said it will align the next generation of its vPro technology (codenamed Weybridge) with the newly released Microsoft System Center and include new PC management standards. Intel claims that one of the key benefits will be increased protection from viruses. The cornerstone of the new version is Intel Active Management Technology, which allows remote diagnosis and PC repair even if the system is turned off or suffering from a crashed operating system or hard drive.

Weybridge Intel vPro technology is expected to ship to customers in the second half of this year.

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