Lenovo’s introduces Lost and Found service for ThinkPad customers

October 2, 2009
Lenovo introduces Lost & Found service for ThinkPad owners
ZD Net
Andrew Nusca writes what Lenovo is working on with Absolute Software in the U.S.

“Lenovo on Thursday announced its Lost & Found service, which takes Absolute Software’s Computrace offering and augments it with features specifically tailored for ThinkPad owners. The service is free for ThinkPad users who have Computrace pre-installed. The service will be available in the U.S. starting in October.”

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Cisco looks to bring developers, resellers together
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Cisco Subnet describes how Cisco is attempting to bring developers and resellers together.

“Cisco says it is launching a new program that brings together its application developers and channel partners. Cisco is offering its highest discounts to resellers who sell pre-qualified applications from members of its Cisco Developer Network. And to sweeten the pot, channel partners who collaborate with qualified CDN members with pre-qualified applications and who register their business solutions with Cisco are eligible for Solution Incentive Program discounts, Cisco’s highest partner incentive.”

Dell introduces “future proof” Vostro 430 desktop

Donald Melanson writes about the newly announced Vosto 430 desktop product.

“Designed from the ground up to withstand global upheavals like Windows 7, (the Vostro 430) is fully configurable with your choice of Core i5 or Core i7 processors and ATI or NVIDIA discrete graphics, along with up to 16GB of RAM, 1TB of storage, an optional Blu-ray drive, a 19-in-1 memory card reader, a couple of PS/2 and serial ports to support your older devices and, of course, plenty of room for further expansion (including no less than 10 USB ports). Best of all, it boasts a starting price of just $699, with some fairly high-end options still well within reach under the $1,000 mark.”

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