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Lenovo appoints global Enterprise Business Group head 
 
Tag Heuer boss says Apple Watch is for kids 
Swiss watch maker and Intel aim to make first luxury Android wearable.
 
Top 10 best-selling notebook computers of 2014 
You maybe surprised to see which vendor made three of the top five.
 
Staples 'ignite' the Hunter Valley with Microsoft, HP and Lenovo 
[Photos] Who was at the reseller's Ignite conference?
 
Intel cuts $1 billion off revenue forecast 
 
Shifting sands in server sales as China stamps its mark 
Lenovo joins "record high" in global shipments.
 
Photos: Ingram Micro and Intel Security's carpark BBQ 
See who was spotted chowing down American-style.
 
Dated partner programs "holding channel leaders hostage": Gartner 
 
Intel unveils new line of Atom chips 
 
Lenovo allays security concerns with free McAfee software 
Tries to appease customers affected by Superfish.
 
US woman sues Lenovo and Superfish 
Goes further than just uninstalling adware.
 
Lenovo website hacked, revenge for Superfish? 
 
Homeland Security urges removing Superfish program from Lenovo laptops 
 
How to gut Superfish in five steps 
Removing Lenovo's pre-installed malware.
 
Lenovo criticised for adware on laptops 
Users not being tracked, says PC giant.
 
New ARM chip brings promise of lighter phones 
 
Lenovo's channel chief speaks out on PC, server strategy 
How the mega-vendor plans to be No.1 in PCs and servers.
 
Lenovo reverses decision to split APAC business 
Appoints Roderick Lappin as regional president.
 
Lenovo shows growth amid massive change   
Questions remain over IBM server and Motorola businesses.
 
Intel unveils new CPU to spark enterprise PC refresh 
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Issue: 335 | January/February 2015

CRN Magazine looks in-depth at the emerging issues and developments for the channel, and provides insight, analysis and strategic information to help resellers better run their businesses.