Lenovo’s Bendable Smartphone Snaps Onto Your Wrist, Just Like That

These futuristic products were displayed by the company at their annual Tech Event.

Lenovo Bringing Back The Famous Moto Razr Flip Phone on Android?

The popular flip phone in an Android avatar will be a sure shot winner.

Why Lenovo Dominates the SAP Hana Market

It is kind of amazing how much Lenovo has changed in the last 15 years or so. In 2001, I doubt most of us had even heard of the company and then they bought the IBM PC product group, along with one of the most iconic PC brands; ThinkPad. Most recently they bought IBM’s System x x86 server business, and on a call last week SAP confirmed that Lenovo sells over 50% of the solutions for SAP’s HANA . SAP Hana is one of the leading analytics engines and it has been designed and tuned to run on x86 platforms. These implementations tend to be large and sell well into the enterprise space which,...

Why The PC Market Is Soft And Why AMD Should Be Excited

Brian Krzanich, Intel’s new CEO, upon announcing an historic layoff and blaming poor PC sales performance has handed AMD one hell of an opportunity.

Time’s up PCs! Consumers Prefer Smartphones Over You

The desktop market has been on a downward spiral for many years now. 

Lenovo + Juniper: Leveraging the Partnership Model

There are two ways to approach a complex solution opportunity. One is to fully integrate and build it all in-house. This path has been taken by HP and Cisco with regard to the hyper-converged solutions. The other is to partner with vendors whose offerings complement your own, and this is the path that Lenovo and Juniper Networks are on. Let’s talk about the advantages and disadvantages of each approach, then conclude with some comments on the Lenovo/Juniper effort. Fully integrated The advantages to building a complex solution in house have to do, at least on paper, with control and cost...

Lenovo + SAP: The Anatomy Of A Good Partnership

One of the hardest things it seems to figure out are whether an alliance is worth more than the announcement that tells us of it. Often it seems firms are kind of like teenagers in that they hook up a lot, every time they promise this one is serious, and the next day both parties have moved on. More like speed dating than marriage. Let’s use this recent alliance between Lenovo and SAP to look for what makes some alliances last and others not so much. Aligned Goals One of the most famous alliance disasters was between Sun Microsystems and Microsoft. I was at the announcement and the promise...

Lenovo’s Answer To The Surface Book And Their New 27” Tablet

These two offerings clearly showcase that Lenovo is in this race to win.

Windows 10: Ah The Beauty of A Clean Installation

I think you’ll like this OS but especially when it comes on new hardware.

Lenovo’s Crapware Mess: Lessons Learned

Lenovo put a questionable software product called “Superfish” on their consumer laptops and they have a class action suite they have to contend with though most of the lawsuits historically on this class of software have failed.

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