Why Workplace Efficiency Matters?

More than

50% of employees

expect to be working in a smart office in the next five years

More than

80% of millennials

said that workplace tech would have an influence when deciding to take a job

Half of all employees and

3 in 5 millennials

believe technology will make face-to-face conversation obsolete soon

More than

60% of millennials

would rather receive high-tech perks at work versus low-tech perks such as ping pong and free food


Source: Intel® Office of the Future Study

As employee priorities change, the workplace must change with them. An efficient workplace would maximize your employees' abilities, which would, in turn result in:

Higher Employee Satisfaction
Higher Employee Satisfaction
Better Collaboration
Better Collaboration
Higher Employee Productivity
Higher Employee Productivity
Increased Power and Cost Savings
Increased Power and Cost Savings
Better Policy Enforcement and Control
Better Policy Enforcement and Control
Why Lenovo for Workplace Efficiency Why Lenovo for Workplace Efficiency
Business Laptop Reliability
better than industry average
TBR PC Reliability Study 2011
AWARDS at CES 2018
Workspace Optimization

Most offices worldwide are always 50% under-utilized, due to changing work styles, mobile technologies, and business needs1. One way to offset this is by adopting an activity-based approach to working. This enables employees to work as it suits them, not only optimizing the usable space, but also saving power costs.

There are three elements that are crucial to optimize your workplace:

Enhance collaboration through applications and devices which foster collaborative work while keeping information secure and restricted to authorized personnel.

ThinkCentre Thin Client
Thin Client enables your business to enjoy many client virtualization and Cloud computing benefits, including cost and manageability. In addition to powerful processing, multi-display support and high-speed USB ports, this versatile, rugged computer boasts an intelligent tool to help simplify thin-client management and deployment.
Lenovo Unified Workspace
The Lenovo Unified Workspace enables organizations to securely deliver the right apps and content, to the right users–anytime, anywhere, and on any device. So, users can have the flexibility, policies, and tools they need to be more creative, productive, and collaborative.
Cloud Solutions

Lenovo's Cloud solutions allow secure access anytime, anywhere, and with any device for corporate provisioned devices and apps. Lenovo's comprehensive suite of services combines with the industry's top-rated systems take the guess work out of Cloud. And with proprietary network management solution XClarity™, ensure maximum reliability and availability.

Implement a simplified solution for managing meetings smartly without the usual connection and content sharing hassles.

ThinkSmart Hub 500

With the ThinkSmart Hub 500, start meetings on time with a tap of your finger, hear what everyone says loud and clear−see a difference in your organization's efficiency and productivity.

  • All-in-one, purpose-built Skype Room Systems device powered by Windows 10 IoT
  • Powered by the Intel® vPro Processor
  • Enables fast and wireless content sharing capabilities
ThinkCentre Tiny and Intel® Unite® Solution

Get your meeting underway instantly by connecting wirelessly to your big screen from your device using the ThinkCentre M910 with Intel® Unite®.

  • Supports devices running on Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 Pro, and OSx (Now available for iPad, Android tablet, Chromebook, & Linux)
  • Enterprise ready: a room solution with the performance, security features, and manageability powered by Intel® vPro technology
Downtime Reduction

Downtime can be a result of a variety of problems-from an accidental human error to a planned malicious attack, data corruption, storage, power, or network failures, a natural disaster, and more. Whatever the cause, downtime can harm your business in many ways: decreased work efficiency, increased IT costs, data loss, and a bad reputation. An IDC study revealed that an average downtime costs $70,000 per hour2. It is essential to have the right IT infrastructure to help you overcome errors and cyber-attacks without impacting your productivity.

Three main causes for downtime are:

IT Automation

With automation implemented strategically, IT can provide a competitive advantage to organizations in this digital economy. IT Automation helps reduce the time spent on routine tasks and speed up the process of deployment. Thereby, facilitating better manageability and easier upgrades.