Unbutton your collar and loosen your sweatpant drawstrings. Lenovo Late Night I.T. is back! Emmy-nominated host and futurist Baratunde Thurston is bringing the heat again in Season 2, ready to dig deep into tech trends while expert guests discuss — and duke it out when necessary (like any good after-hours hang).
Today Lenovo™ announced at the Future of Education Technology Conference® (FETC) 2023 in New Orleans, new hardware, software and services solutions designed to inspire and enable learning anywhere. The latest Lenovo Education portfolio includes new laptops, running Windows 11 or ChromeOS, built to help students and teachers embrace next-level hybrid learning. Featuring enhanced connectivity and added durability backed by Lenovo’s new DuraSpec1 testing methods for education, Lenovo’s new laptop solutions mean teachers, students and parents can rely on innovative technology that helps them sustain the highest level of continued learning. Supported by Lenovo TruScale Device as a Service, educational institutions can ensure a consistent supply of quality devices, enjoy greater flexibility and cost efficiency.
At Lenovo, we pride ourselves on providing smarter technology for all. One way we help create opportunities for our customers to access exciting tech is through our rewards program: MyLenovo Rewards. The program launched on Lenovo.com in September 2019 so our customers would see the value of earning rewards to use towards purchases, provide feedback to help improve the program, and engage with a likeminded group of people who value technology and community.
What if there was a smart factory where heat from servers in the production house is rerouted to keep the manufacturing space warm? Which piped in fresh air to cool the servers rather than energy-inefficient air conditioning? A factory the size of seven full-sized football pitches which produces energy from solar panels on the roof?
Work for Humankind is a bold initiative from Lenovo which called on volunteers from around the world to take part in a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity: to experience first-hand how to make a long-lasting difference to a remote island community while working from one of the most remote offices in the world – enabled by tech. Volunteers were able to do their day job from the world’s remotest island, whilst helping to save the endangered wildlife and empower the community. Their mission? In partnership with Island Conservation and the Robinson Crusoe Island community, prevent the extinction of endangered species and establish support for the community as it works toward achieving sustainability.