Lenovo’s Pivot Away from Personal Computing is Just Getting Started


Think Lenovo, and you may think personal computing. You wouldn’t be wrong: laptops and desktops are the Chinese multinational’s bread and butter, accounting for 77 percent of revenues. The company has been aggressively pivoting into other markets under a strategy of “Intelligent Transformation” in recent years however – notably taking a growing bite out of the server and storage markets – and at its Lenovo Accelerate conference this week, showcased serious appetite for further diversification away from the consumer and toward the enterprise.

The move is paying off: despite stagnant PC sales in the last quarter driven

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