Intel Open Port

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Open Port
Web address communities.intel.com/openport
Type of site
Video / Forum / Wiki / Blog
Registration Optional
Available in English
Owner Intel Corp.
Created by Intel Corp.

Open Port is an online community site targeted towards the IT professional audience, hosted on Intel's corporate website. Open Port launched on August 27, 2007 and is powered by the by Jive Software's ClearspaceX community software.

Open Port allows for Intel's internal product and technology experts to publicly post and host blogs, discussions, documents and public opinion polls similar to Microsoft's Channel 9. IT professionals who register to use the site can post responses to Intel's postings as well as generate their own discussion and post personal blogs to the site.

Community Zones[edit]

Intel vPro Expert Center
The Intel VPro Expert Center is focused providing information and best practices around Intel vPro processor technology. Users can share information with an array of Intel’s client management experts, key industry software vendors, and community members.

IT@Intel
Intel/s own IT department sharing their best practices in deploying and managing technologies within Intel.

The Server Room
Discuss, share, and explore new ways of achieving energy-efficient performance and virtualization for your data center.

General Community Zone
Mostly a user generated area for members to interact with each other via discussion forums and blogs, along with a some strategic blogs from Intel.

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