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Lenovo

By Don Reisinger  |  Posted 11-18-2011 Print

For CIOs, not all technology vendors are created equal. There are some that deliver outstanding solutions for enterprises across a wide array of technologies and others that fall short. It's the CIO's job to make sure the company is focusing on vendors that offer what they need. With that in mind, we take a look here at some of the companies that you, as a CIO, should keep at the top of your list when you're evaluating technology solutions and looking to stay ahead in today's highly competitive marketplace. Some industry observers might find at least a few of the companies on the list surprising. But it's important to note that as technology and the needs of business evolve, many unexpected companies are playing a role in the enterprise. The times are changing. And although there are a few vendors that refuse to go away, the reality today is that there are more companies able to have an impact on your daily decision-making. In the following slides we take a look at some of the companies that should matter the most to CIOs and IT leaders.

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If there is any company that fully understands the computing needs of businesses, it's Lenovo. For years now, Lenovo has been delivering some of the best enterprise-focused PCs on the market, and its recent market share gains prove it. Expect to add more Lenovo laptops to your operation in the coming years.



 

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