Posts Tagged ‘Lenovo’
The PC market is a tough place even for the world’s largest maker of the increasingly commoditized gear.
Microsoft’s new channel chief Phil Sorgen says the reason the Surface tablet isn’t broadly available to solution providers for resale is because Microsoft lacked a distribution strategy. While distribution is now in place, he says Microsoft is taking a “measured approach” to general channel availability.
In a move that can only be described as curious, Chinese IT vendor Lenovo Group Ltd. this week went Hollywood, tapping well known actor Ashton Kutcher as its newest product engineer.
The Lenovo Touch Combat Kit gives partners four different form factors to demonstrate to customers the functionality and value of Windows 8 devices.
The list of potential suitors for beleaguered Blackberry continues to grow, with Cisco, Amazon and Lenovo being added to the list. While the obvious tech gained in this acquisition is the smartphone business, the real prize is mobile security.
PC sales continued to decline in the third quarter, as the back-to-school season didn’t yield a significant uptick in demand. However, the decline isn’t as bad as expected, thanks in large part to businesses buying more PCs, many through the channel.
Gartner’s list of the top 25 companies in the global supply chain in 2013 includes no fewer than nine major tech vendors.
The PC monitor market enjoys an unexpected boost as Dell regains top spot after five years.
After a disastrous experience with a Lenovo Helix and Windows 8, I’m giving the operating system a second chance — this time on a Lenovo ThinkPad 8 built specifically for business users.
At Lenovo, 10,000 staff get a windfall of cash as CEO Yang Yuanqing shares the wealth for second year running.