Intel's Digital Office plans

Posted on Monday, October 17 2005 @ 18:12 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
The Inq spoke with Rick Skett, the head of Intel's Digital Enterprise division, about the company's Digital Office technology:
INQUIRER: The Digital Office sounds very corporate and enterprise, so what’s the average end user supposed to think of it?

SKETT: It probably sounds pretty enterprise-focused at this stage, but there’s something for everyone in the Digital Office. It’s going to make life easier for small office/home office (SoHO) users, SMEs and major corporates. And then there’s the Digital Home. It’s not something in the distant future, it’s here and now.
Check it out over at The Inquirer.

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