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    Recent malware issues with Lenovo's automatic update system have some worried about the risks associated with automatic updates. Experts say secure update processes are better than ever and result in less risk than waiting to patch vulnerabilities.

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  • What’s the most enticing feature of the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2?

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    There are plenty of Windows 8.1 tablets to choose from, but they're not all the same. The Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 with AnyPen can withstand abuse and has all-day battery life.

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  • EMC seals deal with Chinese server giant Lenovo for desktop NAS

    Storage giant EMC completes joint venture that will see it provide desktop NAS and SME rackmount storage hardware to Lenovo

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  • At Lenovo partner conference, company preps partners for IBM, Motorola buys

    Lenovo sets the stage for its expanded reach afforded by two big acquisitions and looks to build a bigger presence in North America.

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  • How does the merging of Lenovo and System X channels impact your business?

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  • System X, Lenovo partner channels merge under One Channel strategy

    Lenovo has followed through on its promise to integrate Lenovo and System X channels. Learn about the changes made as a result of the One Lenovo, One Channel strategy.

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  • How important is it that Lenovo unify the partner structure around System X and PCs?

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  • SN blogs: Lenovo Superfish security breach unnerves customers

    SN blogs: Analysts this week discussed why big data analytics needs to be reassessed and why Lenovo's response to Superfish spawned consumer distaste -- and distrust.

    Sonia Groff775 pointsBadges:
  • Maintaining vendor trust proves tough for Lenovo, Microsoft

    News roundup: Amid hidden add-ons, discontinued services and walled gardens, vendor trust proves elusive for several high-profile tech firms. Plus: Evidence ties North Korea to Sony Pictures hack; card brands boost cybersecurity; and cookies that last 8,000 years.

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