Ed Metcalf is director of product marketing for McAfee. In this role, he is responsible for product marketing for the ...
McAfee ePO Deep Command is one of the best examples of how McAfee and Intel are working together to develop technology and solutions combining the power of hardware with the flexibility of software. ePO Deep Command allows IT security administrators to take the features available in Intel’s vPro and deploy them into the enterprise to improve security and lower security management costs.
So what’s news in this latest release of ePO Deep Command? New features include improved Intel Active Management Technology (AMT) provisioning, enabling full KVM support and adding support for remote encryption management. This new functionality will make your Intel vPro-equipped PCs more valuable and will allow you to take advantage of the powerful features built into Intel vPro.
Highlights of ePO Deep Command enhancements include:
With McAfee ePO Deep Command and Intel’s AMT, you gain the ability to have control outside the operating system to improve security and lower your overall security management costs. Intel AMT is a great tool, however adding the management infrastructure makes it truly beneficial to enterprises. Managing tens of thousands of systems from one central location is a McAfee ePO strength. Bringing AMT management into McAfee ePO provides a way for organizations to take full advantage of the tools provided by Intel in the vPro chipset.
I encourage you to stop by our poster chat today at IDF, 11:45-12:45pm and 3-5pm at Station 11: Harnessing the Power of Intel vPro Technology Security Features with McAfee ePO Deep Command. We’ll also be posting live updates from the event on Twitter, so be sure to follow our team for photos and news from the show.