So there you are, doing what you do best, advancing digital transformation and turning tech dreams into tech stacks.
Then, BAM!, the world changes, and before anyone can say, “well, that stinks,” you’ve got the whole thing rearchitected and ready to support a global remote workforce, a healthcare system based around telehealth and remote learning. In days. Oh, and not to mention those massively disrupted supply chains. Now everyone’s ordering everything online.
This is your story, and while your name may be unknown to many, you are critical to making the world work. You and others like you are impacting billions of lives. Helping doctors heal and teachers teach. And getting the goods where they need to go.
If you’re an IT leader using technology to transform the way we work, live, build, shop, learn and heal, it sure does.
Even if you’re not in the IT department, you know that the world is getting more digital—more connected—all the time. And IT teams are leading the way.
Take healthcare. The pandemic gave telehealth the mother of all booster shots. But the system needs work. Digital technology is helping address persistent health inequities. AI and genomics reduce time to scientific discovery and make precision medicine a reality. Experience design in healthcare is becoming a sought-after capability for IT leaders.1
What about work and school? Almost anyone who can work from home has been doing so, thanks to critical IT heroes. Now, helped along by new mobility and collaboration solutions, there’s been a fundamental change in professional life. How fundamental? 74% of companies plan for employees to keep working remotely after the crisis ends.2
Meanwhile, educators partner with IT teams to create hybrid classrooms that can smash the barriers to equitable and secure learning experiences. So that everyone is able to learn—no matter where they are.
You and your fellow IT wizards are helping supply chain managers outsmart disruption and creating safer more personalized retail experiences. E-commerce accounted for 14.1% of retail sales in 2019, but, thanks in part to you, it will top 22% by 2023.
CIOs have gained responsibility for everything from digital business operations to customer experience. They’re even inventing new business models. One-quarter of them will become, as Gartner puts it, “COO by proxy.”3
We’re here to help. From the device to the data center (and everything in between).
We design the complete range of technology solutions that teams like yours use to solve real-world problems: IoT and edge computing, mobility and collaboration, AR/VR, Analytics & AI, VDI, cloud computing, high performance computing, software and storage. All with comprehensive security built-in, not bolted on.
Our industry solutions and technology services teams will work with you to find the right strategy, solutions and services for your unique needs. And so that you can stay agile without the upfront costs, we offer subscription-based models for your devices and infrastructure.
To deliver a smarter experience, we partner with UI pioneers like Tobii, Mirametrix and Synaptics. And co-innovate with other technology leaders – Intel®, Microsoft, Google, IBM, Amazon, SAP, NetApp, Red Hat, VMWare, Nutanix and many more. For instance, our device portfolio is optimized for partner technologies like Intel vPro® platform, that is built for business and what IT heroes do.
IT teams like yours are the engines of the future, of greater equality, and of innovations that make things better. The people you help may not always see all you do, but we do.
At Lenovo, we understand that the digital world isn’t about what we make. It’s about how you use what we make to create a smarter future for all.