Get All the Benefits of the Intel vPro® Platform and Maximize Your Investment
The Intel vPro platform provides a wide range of benefits to your company, including performance, stability, security, and manageability, that are already built into the products you buy from device manufacturers and software vendors.
In this Intel vPro® Platform IT Professional Guide, you’ll learn how to maximize these benefits by activating technologies that are integral to the platform. The guide includes basic instructions on:
- How to maximize your fleet’s remote manageability
- How to harness the power of Intel® Active Management Technology (Intel AMT) anywhere by using Intel® Endpoint Management Assistant (Intel EMA)
- How to install, configure and get started with Intel EMA
- How to generate and install agent installation files
- How to reimage a device remotely
- How to monitor the Intel EMA server log
Get the How-to Guide
Download this guide for an overview of your options and a roadmap for how to get started using Intel® Endpoint Management Assistant (Intel EMA) to take advantage of Intel® Active Management Technology (Intel AMT).
4 Key Takeaways
- Business-class performance is built right in. You don’t need to do anything to gain the advantages of long battery life, support for Wi-Fi 6 on your laptops, or CPU/graphics processing unit (GPU) optimizations to support artificial intelligence (AI).
- PC fleet stability: Rigorous testing by Intel help ensure that all brands of devices built on the Intel vPro platform deliver a reliable and stable foundation for smoother fleet management and refresh cycles on a global scope.
- Security: Most Intel vPro platform security features are part of Intel Hardware Shield, implemented by OEMs, ISVs, or partners, and they require little to no IT action.
- Remote Manageability: Intel vPro platform hardware and firmware provide a comprehensive set of remote-management capabilities named Intel AMT. Intel AMT is the only solution with remote remediation to return your PCs to a known good state, over wired and wireless connections, even when the OS is down.
First, pick the low-hanging fruit by taking advantage of the many benefits available with little or no IT action required.
You don’t need to do anything to gain the advantages of long battery life, support for Wi-Fi 6 on your laptops, or CPU/graphics processing unit (GPU) optimizations to support artificial intelligence (AI).