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Creating Business Value through Context-Aware ComputingIntel IT is discovering that context-aware computing offers substantial business value across the enterprise. Context-aware computing factors in the situation of an entity—whether a person, place, or thing—and provides task-relevant information or services, making tasks more efficient and improving decision making through context-driven recommendations.Examples of broad enterprise use cases that offer business value include the following:• Employee and team productivity. Context can improve team effectiveness and the use of office resources while personalizing computing interfaces.• Enforcement of IT consumerization, security, and privacy controls. Context can be used to enable a flexible and dynamic security model that can adapt to a user’s work or personal situation, enforcing the appropriate controls to protect corporate intellectual property and assets while protecting a user’s personal information.• Business continuity. Sensors can monitor factory equipment to help predict equipment failures and enable proactive maintenance.• Facilities management. Sensors can help reduce energy costs by providing better energy management and can help reduce the need for preventive maintenance through automation.Read the full Creating Business Value through Context-Aware Computing White Paper.
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