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Even before Lenovo’s newest Employee Resource Group (ERG), US Pride, formally kicks off, members are already getting involved in the community and making their voices heard. US Pride is Lenovo’s fifth ERG—it’s open to any Lenovo employee in North America and supports those who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender, as well as their allies. This past weekend, members took part in Pride: Durham at Duke University, about 25 minutes from Lenovo’s US headquarters in Morrisville, NC, marching in the annual parade to celebrate diversity.

Lenovo’s ERGs take a grassroots approach, supported by Lenovo’s HR and diversity teams who help them establish a group charter, mission and strategic initiatives. “Our ERG community is championed by highly engaged employees who take an active part in cultivating an inclusive workplace. Over the years, groups formed organically out of the need for employees to feel a sense of belonging within our vastly global workforce. Our ERGs offer education and resources that support employees’ personal and professional success,” said Jasmine Ward, senior specialist, Diversity & Inclusion, Lenovo.


This week we held our annual Tech World event in Beijing demonstrating what Intelligent Transformation means for partners, customers and consumers today—and for the future.

Lenovo is one the only companies with all three elements needed to drive Intelligent Transformation: We make the servers that house the data, the algorithms that make sense of it, and the computing power to collect and analyze it. No one can match the depth and breadth of our global product portfolio. We’re now the #1 provider of global supercomputing, and we have the fastest growing ultra-large-scale public cloud infrastructure, hyper-convergence, and active placement in the field of edge computing.

This powerful recipe of capabilities brings tremendous possibilities. Here are some of the key areas we focused on at Tech World:
Putting It All Together - Using Data, Computing Power, and Algorithms
While smart speakers, smart door locks, and driverless cars certainly help us live better, these devices only partially reflect the potential intelligence of technology. We see AI really taking off first in commercial, vertical industries with the biggest promise in manufacturing, industrial maintenance, medical care, education, and retail industries.