Lenovo launched the new generation of ThinkPad and ThinkCentre PCs and announced its foray into commercial IoT and security solutions. The new range of solutions from Lenovo are AI-enabled and provide smarter productivity, connectivity and security experiences, leading the way towards intelligent transformation for enterprises.
The future of workplace is undergoing a paradigm shift and by 2020 more than 36% of the Indian workforce will be comprised of millennials as per an industry report*. The workplace of the future demands always-on connectivity and smarter security, giving them the flexibility to be productive, anytime and anywhere. Lenovo’s vision of Intelligent Transformation is about merging the needs of the customers with the most secure end-user experience to unlock the fullest productivity of the workforce.
Lenovo’s newly launched smarter enterprise PC portfolio includes ThinkPad T490 and X390, ThinkCentre Nano and Nano IoT, ThinkPad P43s and ThinkPad P1 Gen 2 mobile workstations. Lenovo also showcased the ThinkVision 43.3-inch P44w ultra-wide dual-display monitor and ThinkSmart Hub 500, a smarter conferencing solution.
Under solutions, Lenovo announced ThinkShield 2.0, a 360 degree security platform intended to secure devices through the entire product life cycle, right from the manufacturing and supply chain, ensuring that devices entering the enterprise segment aren’t infected or compromised before they are even turned on. It also announced ThinkPad PrivacyGuard for the new range of ThinkPad laptops, a unique software feature which protects the end users screen from prying eyes.
Speaking at the launch, Rahul Agarwal, CEO & MD, Lenovo India, said, “At Lenovo, we understand that today’s workforce is seeking devices that offer intuitive, secure features and a faster, higher performance to improve their workday. ThinkPad is here to help them accomplish their most important goals. ThinkPad features industry-leading security with ThinkShield™ and AI-powered PrivacyGuard made for business customers on the go.
“Security of Identity, data, devices and online presence is a CIOs primary concerns and through our new range of smarter device portfolio combined with security solutions, we wish to address these concerns throughout the product lifecycle” he added.