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Photos: Intel execs show off VPro

Paul Otellini introduces the VPro brand for business PCs during an event at the Ritz-Carlton in San Francisco.
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Otellini

Intel CEO Paul Otellini introduces the VPro brand for business PCs during an event at the Ritz-Carlton in San Francisco.

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Gregory Bryant

Intel's Gregory Bryant, general manager of the Digital Office platforms group, demonstrates how VPro's Active Management Technology can help IT managers roll out patches to PCs.

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Symantec CEO

Symantec CEO John Thompson joined Otellini onstage to talk about how virtualization can help enterprise customers secure their PCs.

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