The past year was difficult for information technology departments everywhere. Faced with the challenge of increasing operational efficiencies while decreasing costs, IT groups had to make smart decisions on a variety of technology initiatives. Intel's IT staff was no exception.
In an ongoing effort to share its experiences with other enterprise IT groups and service providers, Intel's IT organization has published its 2001 Annual Performance Report. This report details Intel IT activities over the past year and sets expectations for 2002. It includes trended operating and service-delivery indicators and relates IT's progress in supporting Intel's strategic business objectives. The Annual Report describes a broad range of innovative enterprisewide projects, including:
- e-Business initiatives designed to make Intel a 100 percent e-corporation.
- A Global Network Upgrade Program, which drove significant LAN and WAN efficiencies across Intel worldwide and improved end-user productivity.
- Development of the peer-to-peer Intel® Share & Learn software to move rich media files seamlessly across the corporation, in support of increased e-learning opportunities.
- Transitions to Linux* and Intel® Itanium" processor-based systems to reduce costs, improve performance, and provide a new level of end-user service.
To learn about all the Intel IT performance results for 2001 and goals for 2002, please read the entire annual report [PDF, 1.9MB], "Intel 2001 Information Technology Annual Performance Report."