Apple delays MacBook Pro 17

February 6, 2009
Lenovo’s American CEO steps down, Chinese leadership returns
Engadget
Thomas Ricker comments on Lenovo’s most recent CEO leadership change.

“After leaving Dell to become chief executive of Lenovo, Bill Amelio is stepping down from his post as CEO. Amelio joined Lenovo to help with the integration of IBM’s PC business. The US executive has been replaced by Lenovo’s Chairman Yang Yuanqing who will continue to live and work from Lenovo’s North Carolina office. The…changes are meant to accelerate Lenovo’s strategy to dominate China’s PC market, grow its business into emerging markets (specifically India and Russia), and expand upon its burgeoning sales to individual consumers. Seems like a reasonable move to us.”

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Virus scares are MSP opportunities
MSPmentor
Paul Barnett writes about the latest opportunities in the MSP space.

“This level of preemptive outreach to your clients, especially at times of concern such as virus outbreaks, will be what separates you from your competition and keeps your customers confirming the value of your managed service offerings. There is no better press than the national news. Make sure you are in position to use it to your advantage.”

Apple confirms MacBook Pro 17 delay
ZD Net
Jason O’Grady includes a statement from Bill Evans, Apple’s spokesperson, about the MacBook Pro 17 as to why there’s a delay.

“‘Wrapping up the new 17-inch MacBook Pro is taking a few days longer than we expected, and we now expect to begin shipments in mid-February.’”

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