This time next week Intel Security will be spicing it up at SpiceWorld 2015, booth #2! For IT professionals, SpiceWorld is the conference of the year. SpiceWorld brings together top industry experts, tech vendors, and IT professionals for two jam-packed days of learning, collaboration, and some Spiceworks-style fun.
This year, Intel is bringing SpiceWorld attendees the latest updates on some of our new technologies and showcasing their impact on the way business is done. Our Spiceworks Green Guys (technical specialists) will be at the booth for collaboration, questions, and demos of both Intel and Intel Security solutions. Featured demos at this year’s booth will include:
- Intel RealSense Technology – Take video chat into the third dimension! With immersive experiences like gesture, voice, and facial recognition you can interact live with family, friends, and co-workers like never before.
- Intel Security Connected – This unified, adaptive framework allows McAfee and third party services to learn from each other, share threat intelligence and context in real time, and keep data and networks safe.
- Intel Pro Wireless Display –Take full advantage of wireless display technology in the workplace, plus the security, flexibility, and configuration capabilities that IT requires.
- Intel WIDock – Instantly connect a mobile device to external monitors and other peripherals without wires or cables.
In addition to the onsite demos, on Thursday September 24th, Intel’s Eric Townsend will be hosting a breakout session, ‘Spicy, Secure & Spectacular: The Future is Here.’ During his track, Eric will cover the future of Intel’s ‘No Wires’ technology and its integration into the Spiceworks Solution. The session will be held in Room #6 at 2:30pm.
If the sessions and demos aren’t enough, we all know that no conference would be complete without giveaways. This year, Intel has some superb items, including three Intel Compute Sticks and a Phantom 3 Advanced Drone. If you’re going to be at SpiceWorld 2015 visit Booth #2 for all the details! Also, be sure to visit our vendor pages on Spiceworks: Intel and Intel Security