Lenovo sets sights on BYOD market in PH

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[/caption] Steven Cheng, product manager for the Think Business Group at Lenovo, said that a BYOD set-up presents a ?win-win scenario? for both employees and their organizations. ?When employees are familiar with the device, they will become more productive. Greater productivity translates to better performance, and this will benefit the organization,? Chens said. While BYOD remains a new concept in the Philippines as well as other Asean countries, Lenovo has already been introduced products like the ThinkPad Helix to support its adoption. The ThinkPad Helix, which was launched in June, sports a consumer-friendly ?rip and flip? design and showcases the core ThinkPad features sought by business professionals. Lenovo, together with its partners, has also been developing software to address security and device management challenges in BYOD work places. ?Implementing BYOD is quite difficult. In some companies, employees are allowed to bring their own devices, but these are unmanaged by their IT. We partner with companies like Absolute Software, to manage devices regardless of the platform,? Cheng said. By addressing the growing market of BYOD work environments, Lenovo said has it is capable of not just being the world?s top PC maker, but an emerging PC Plus leader as well. ]]>

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