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Spotlight: Lenovo and Nutanix target SMBs with latest hyperconvergence appliance

Hyperconvergence still has a long way to go to become a mainstream product in the enterprise, but it's already moving downstream into the small- to medium-sized business market.

Cisco may be about to partner with Nutanix for hyperconvergence

Cisco may be about to expand its hyperconvergence strategy yet again. According to a CRN article, three sources have confirmed Cisco is in partnership discussions with hyperconvergence vendor Nutanix.

Cisco's hyperconvergence strategy continues to take shape as vendor unveils HyperFlex

Cisco's hyperconverged data center strategy will take form later this year when the company launches HyperFlex Systems, a UCS-based compute platform the vendor has been developing for more than two years.

Lenovo patches security holes in ShareIT file sharing app that could result in data theft

Chinese computer giant Lenovo has patched a number of vulnerabilities in its SharetIT app used to share files between PCs and mobile devices that could result in data leakage, bypass of security protocols and man-in-the-middle attacks.

Voice systems and telepresence are hurting, but vendors see growth in other enterprise infrastructure areas

Voice and telepresence are both suffering as vendor revenue in those areas continues to decline, but other enterprise infrastructure areas are growing. New research from Synergy Research Group shows that wireless LAN infrastructure products are growing the fastest – something that comes as little surprise as more enterprises roll out Wi-Fi deployments with the latest 802.11 technologies.

Spotlight: Lenovo to phase out Motorola brand on its phones

Chinese telecom gear firm Lenovo is phasing out the storied Motorola brand for its phones this year, a Motorola executive told CNET on Thursday.

Flaw in Lenovo Solution Center open PCs to code injection attack

Serious vulnerabilities in the Lenovo Solution Center application bundled on Lenovo machines could allow hackers to hijack PCs using a malicious webpage.

Lenovo consolidates smartphone operations at Motorola unit

Chinese computer maker Lenovo, which shelled out $2.9 billion to buy Motorola Mobility from Google last year, is moving all of its smartphone business to its Motorola subsidiary, reported eWEEK.

Lenovo uses Windows feature to force feed its crapware

Chinese computer maker Lenovo used a Windows function to install its software whether the user wanted it or not, reported Ars Technica.

Spotlight: Lenovo unveils enterprise-ready ThinkPad 10 tablet

China-based computer maker Lenovo unveiled on Thursday a 10-inch ThinkPad 10 enterprise-ready tablet, which ships with Windows 10 pre-installed on an Intel Atom quad core processor.