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08 May 2017 Nutanix Adds New Speakers from Google, Dropbox, Harvard Business School, Indiana Pacers and More to .NEXT Conference 2017 [63341]
Nutanix, May 8th 2017

Nutanix, a leader in enterprise cloud computing, announced additional industry speakers at .NEXT 2017, the company's annual user conference, including Diane Greene, Senior Vice President, Google Cloud; Kirk Skaugen, Executive Vice President and President of Lenovo's Data Center Group; Deepak Malhotra, Eli Goldston Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School; Adriana Gascoigne, CEO and Founder of Girls in Tech; John Bates, author of Thingalytics; and former NASA Principal Investigator and CTO of Houston Mechatronics, Nicolaus Radford.
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26 Apr 2017 Oracle Honors Excellence in Modern Marketing at the 2017 Markie Awards [62890]
Oracle, April 26th 2017

Awards recognize creativity, innovation and success in modern marketing

"To promote best practices and celebrate the accomplishments of modern marketers around the world, Oracle has announced the winners of the 2017 Markie Awards. Now in its 11th year, the Markie Awards recognize the top companies and leaders for creative, innovative, and effective modern marketing campaigns that delivered increased engagement, conversion and ROI. Past winners include notable companies such as Lenovo, Royal Philips, Cisco Systems, Dell, Inc. and Mobovida, LLC.

The 2017 Markie Awards featured 17 categories that reflect the evolving marketing landscape, including: Account-Based Marketing Team of the Year, Best Digital Marketing Ecosystem, Best Integrated Mobile Experience, Best Use of Data, Most Creative Marketing Campaign, and Modern Marketing Leader of the Year..."
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22 Aug 2016 Lenovo and Microsoft deepen strategic ties across devices [55625]
Microsoft, August 22nd, 2016

Microsoft Corp. and Lenovo announced on a deepening of their strategic relationship. Lenovo will load Microsoft's productivity apps - including Microsoft Office, OneDrive and Skype - on select Lenovo devices that use the Android operating system. Lenovo expects to ship millions of these Android-based devices worldwide over the next several years. This expanded collaboration between Microsoft and Lenovo also includes a patent cross-licensing agreement that covers Lenovo and Motorola devices.

"Microsoft's thrilled that our productivity apps will be pre-installed on Lenovo's premium devices," said Nick Parker, corporate vice president OEM Division, Microsoft. "The marriage of Microsoft's apps and Lenovo's Android-based devices will enable customers around the world to be more productive, more connected and achieve even more."
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09 Aug 2016 Nexenta to Present on Leveraging Lenovo Solutions with Open Source-Driven Software-Defined Storage at the Lenovo Server Roadshows [55208]
Nexenta, August 9th, 2016

Nexenta announced its participation and sponsorship of four upcoming Server Roadshows presented by Lenovo.

In March 2016, Nexenta and Lenovo announced a strategic partnership as part of Lenovo's StorSelect program and introduced the Lenovo Storage DX8200N powered by NexentaStor solution, integrating Nexenta's award-winning, software-defined storage with Lenovo x86 servers. The combined solutions offer Lenovo customers both scale-up and scale-out reference architectures on all flash, hybrid, and spinning media systems. At the Lenovo Server Roadshows, Nexenta will discuss the ways in which their partnership with Lenovo has enabled the successful implementation of powerful products to simplify IT infrastructure, reduce costs and increase reliability, in the face of industry transformation.
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03 Aug 2016 Hololens Points The Way To The Augmented Reality Future [54945]
InfoWorld, August 3rd, 2016

"Virtual reality is fine for games, but the true game-changer will be the interaction between the real and virtual worlds

Virtual reality is all the rage, with pioneers like the Oculus Rift now facing competition, especially around gaming, from companies like HTC, Lenovo, Samsung, and Sony. So it's easy to forget Microsoft's HoloLens, which (like the Meta 1 and Meta 2 devices from startup Meta Co.) does more than show you a virtual world -- it lets you interact with it in what's called augmented reality..."
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