Intel’s advanced chip technology allows to contol the PC’s while they are powered off

18 June 2007 By Shashank
The new Intel’s chip technology enables the support executives or the IT managers to automatically install security upgrades and patches irrespective of the PC is turned on or not .When the end user return to their computers they will get the acknowledgment alert which will give them complete details of what fixes and updates are installed without their presence.
This is the advance version of the Intel’s Active Management Technology which will let the authorized personals to gain access to the computer which is mostly configuration and inventory data, Intel also clarifies about the privacy concerns that the IT support technicians or managers will not be able to see the private files,web browsing history and all . (Click on Read more to expand)

How this technology works:

This system works with the help of the active networking chip in the PC which will be kept virtually active at all times.Once the IT manager or the support technician reaches the chip it can contact the chipset inside the machine which will let the authorized personnel to fix or update the system . Chipsets are responsible for sending data from the microprocessor to the rest of the computer, and is where the core of Intel’s new technology lies.The new Intel’s vPro processors are enabled with this technology.

With this technology coming to the mainstream market and the users developing faith in the support system, a lot of manpower can be saved from the trouble of reaching out the end user physically.It will help automate the process of support system .


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