Intel Unveiled Unite Cloud Service
To give businesses more choice, convenience and flexibility, Intel now offers the Intel Unite solution in the cloud, as well as on premise. The new service delivers the same features organizations can expect from the on-premise offering. But instead of spending time and resources to manage a server, this function is now deployed in the cloud, potentially minimizing infrastructure costs and IT overhead.
“Intel Unite is in a unique position to unify the collaboration experience for businesses, by providing a common, easy user experience in every collaboration space. The new service makes our collaboration vision accessible to organizations of all sizes to have flexibility, convenience and choice when deploying the Unite solution, whether that is in the cloud or on premise,” said Jason Goecke, Intel vice president and general manager of Intel Unite.
The Intel Unite solution helps to modernize meeting spaces. The low-maintenance manageability of the solution gives IT teams more flexibility to focus on other technology priorities. The potential cost and resource savings can help the entire organization and increase productivity for employees by improving meetings. Today, there are nearly 1 million Intel Unite solution-based units being used across organizations globally.
Built on top of the vPro platform, the Intel Unite solution is designed with built-in security, stability and manageability features. With advanced telemetry, IT and facilities management also have access to a broad set of data, from meeting room hardware and connectivity to room usage. Intel Unite is designed to work seamlessly with major unified communication solutions like Skype for Business, Cisco WebEx and Zoom, enabling organizations to have similar room experiences across their collaboration spaces.