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Ray Marshall, CEO, mSeven Software

Ray Marshall, CEO, mSeven Software

    He likes Pandora, MinutePhysics,and creating apps everyday people can use. Meet LenovoDev Developer of the Week Ray Marshall. Marshall is President and CEO of mSeven Software LLC of Portland, OR.  As a leader in the productivity and security categories, mSeven's apps include mSeven Secure, mSeven Gifts, and mSeven Backup. Marshall and mSeven believe that "useful software is software made simple for everyday users, not experts."  Recently we sat down with Ray and asked him our infamous LenovoDev 5 Questions. [Read More]

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Lenovopicks Collection

Lenovopicks Collection

Now that you have your Windows 8 device, it's time to discover the apps that enhance how you use it.  We know this can be a bit of a challenge, since the Windows Store has over 200,000 apps competing for your attention!  That's why we've created Lenovopicks.com.  We've found a variety of apps that will open new ways for you to have fun and get things done. Our team checks out the latest app releases, popular categories, quality and app ratings in the Windows Store.  Then we download the apps ourselves, put them through testing, and pick the ones that merit our stamp of approval. Lenovopicks.com is where we feature a small collection of our favorite apps including:  games, productivity, tools, multimedia, entertainment, and what's trending.  We make great apps easy for you to find and download directly from the Windows Store. We constantly update the apps on Lenovopicks.com, so CHECK BACK OFTEN to see what we've found.  We're always on the lookout for trends and hidden gems!    

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This post was written by the Lenovo Companion App Content Team. With Windows 8.1, it’s easier than ever to set up a home network. You can connect multiple PCs to printers, smartphones and other wireless devices to share music, videos and documents.  The quickest way to start “networking” with other devices in your home is to set up a HomeGroup. Any computer running Windows 8.1 can create or join a HomeGroup. It’s the simplest way to share files and folders, and takes seconds to set up: First, Prepare Your System For Sharing On A Home Network For a HomeGroup to work, you’ll need to turn on the "Find devices and content" feature: Swipe in from the right edge of your screen Go to Settings, then Change PC settings Tap or click Network Tap or click Connections, and select your network connection Turn on Find devices and content Turning on this feature automatically adjusts firewall and security settings. You can turn it off at anytime. Next, Create or Join a HomeGroup If you’re setting up a new computer, your HomeGroup will be created automatically. If a HomeGroup already exists on your network, you'll be asked to join it instead of creating a new one. After following steps 1 and 2 above, you can: Add a HomeGroup: Tap or click “HomeGroup,” then “Create.” Note the auto-generated password, which will be required when adding...

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Have you heard the great news? Lenovo recently announced two new rack systems and one new tower — the ThinkServer RD550, RD650 and TD350 — into our growing portfolio. While all of these new servers are noteworthy; today, I’m going to take you through the key features of the ThinkServer TD350 tower system. The tower market is extremely dynamic, so the two-socket TD350 is designed for the ultimate in performance, flexibility, reliability, and of course, awesomeness.   Our customers want high-performance tower servers that are versatile enough to handle workloads ranging from those found in SMBs to enterprise data centers. That’s why the TD350 tower was specifically designed for a diverse set of customers. With its incredibly dense 4U form factor, the two-socket TD350 tower is built using the latest Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3 family of processors, with a 60 percent increase in total cores over its predecessor. There are also 16 memory DIMM slots providing 512GB of DDR4 memory capacity, right-sized for many workloads. But wait, there’s more! The TD350 has internal storage capacity for up to 32 x 2.5” hard-disk drives or 15 x 3.5” hard-disk drives with a modular design that allows systems to grow based on customer needs. There are two M.2 solid-state drives (SSDs) for reliable, enterprise-class boot and two SD slots for even more hypervisor boot options. The TD350 also supports Lenovo’s AnyRAID technology. This...

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The University of Hawaii is committed to providing a challenging and engaging educational experience, while also promoting the development of ground-breaking educational research. One of the oldest schools within the University of Hawaii, the College of Education is made up of an estimated 1,600 students and 350 faculty members, and has been providing educational research, policy studies, curriculum development, professional development and educational services since 1888. With nearly 2,000 students and faculty logging on to the College of Education’s intranet site daily — and developing data-intense research projects — a high-speed, large-capacity storage solution was imperative. The College of Education’s IT staff needed a comprehensive, affordable and scalable storage solution that was also compatible with Ceph, an open-source storage technology. Already a satisfied Lenovo ThinkServer customer, the College of Education’s IT team immediately looked to Lenovo for a solution. They quickly discovered the Lenovo ThinkServer SA120 direct-attached storage (DAS) device offered an impressive array of features at a great value. With an innovative design supporting 12 x 3.5-inch high-capacity, front-accessible SAS drive bays and an optional four rear-panel 2.5-inch SSD bays, the SA120 DAS array...

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