Lenovo is now offering absolutely everything as-a-service

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At its annual Tech World event, Lenovo (opens in new tab) has announced that it will expand its TruScale brand beyond infrastructure to create a new portfolio-spanning everything-as-a-service (opens in new tab) offering.

With this expansion of Lenovo TruScale (opens in new tab), the company is bringing all of its as-a-service offerings under one umbrella to provide customers with a global solution that makes everything from the devices in their pockets to the cloud available under a single contract framework.

At the same time, Lenovo TruScale embodies the company's “One Lenovo” vision to meet the growing demand for smarter technology during our new era of hybrid work (opens in new tab) and learning.

President of Lenovo's solutions and service group, Ken Wong explained in a press release (opens in new tab) how the new offering will allow organizations to accelerate their digital transformations (opens in new tab) while keeping up with the rapid pace of innovation, saying:

“Digital transformation is accelerating faster than ever, and companies are struggling to keep pace with the speed of innovation. We hear from CIOs every day that their organizations’ technology needs are evolving every 12-18 months. With Lenovo TruScale, customers can expect one solution, one provider, one contract framework, and a single point of accountability for everything-as-a-service.”

Lenovo TruScale reimagined

Lenovo TruScale provides both small and large businesses with an everything-as-a-service platform with the flexibility needed to stay competitive with a scalable, cloud-like consumption model along with predictable payment options for both hardware and services.

By transitioning to a full integrated as-a-service strategy, Lenovo is bringing its “One Lenovo” vision to life while also addressing common business challenges and providing IT leaders with the flexibility to pay-as-you-grow (opens in new tab). With Lenovo TruScale, infrastructure solutions are also fully managed which gives customers the advantages of an on-premise cloud environment with peace of mind when managing data in a hybrid environment.

Now as part of the new TruScale umbrella, Lenovo DaaS (opens in new tab) will continue to help customers move to a modern IT environment by providing them with the best end-to-end technology from across Lenovo.

As part of its new platform, Lenovo has joined with infrastructure partners Deloitte, VMware and Intel as well as with DaaS security partners Absolute Software and SentinelOne to provide organizations with a number of different dynamic offerings.

Interested organizations can sign up here (opens in new tab) to stay updated with all of the latest news from Lenovo TruScale.

After working with the TechRadar Pro team for the last several years, Anthony is now the security and networking editor at Tom’s Guide where he covers everything from data breaches and ransomware gangs to the best way to cover your whole home or business with Wi-Fi. When not writing, you can find him tinkering with PCs and game consoles, managing cables and upgrading his smart home.