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Zhou will replace Xiaoyan Wang

Lenovo appoints Qingtong Zhou as new CIO

Lenovo has announced that Qingtong Zhou will be the company’s new chief information officer (CIO).

Zhou, who is currently head of strategy and planning for Lenovo, will be replacing Xiaoyan Wang.

Wang will now become the company’s senior vice president of a newly created centralised service organisation.

Ken Wong, formerly vice president and general manager for Asia Pacific Emerging Markets (APEM) region, will succeed Zhou, taking on the role as VP of strategy and planning.

With his move, Lenovo’s APEM region and Asia Pacific Mature Markets region will be combined into one business, headed up by Rod Lappin.

This news comes after Lenovo unveiled its X1 Carbon ultrabook to celebrate its one hundred millionth ThinkPad.

It is the lightest 14-inch ultrabook in the world weighing less than 2.9 pounds.

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