Iomega Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
LenovoEMC (formerly Iomega), sometimes styled Lenovo | EMC², is a producer of external, portable, and networked storage products. Established in the 1980s in Roy, Utah, as Iomega, LenovoEMC has sold more than 410 million digital storage drives and disks. It was formerly a public company. The Zip drive was Iomega's most notable product.
Iomega work environment was stressful and management didn't get overtime pay, according to an ex Project Manager at indeed.com
"IOMEGA merged into Lenovo around late 2014. The work environment was relatively stressful with per hour numbers of products to be produced. No overtime pay in management positions."
Assembly Repair Technician (Former Employee) says"This company no longer is in business. The work environment was relatively stressful with per hour numbers of product to be produced. Was fun while it lasted. Excellent opportunities for individual thought and actions to get problems solved."
Test and Sustaining Engineer (Former Employee) says"I learned a lot about project management and product development. I enjoyed getting new products into production"
Charlie Stross says"@benjaminellison @ClarusPlusPlus For added lulz it shouldn’t be too hard to make any production of 1.44Mb floppies… https://t.co/lDpF4yKyg8"
Ian of perseid says"the fujifilm zip disks are the right ones when they send the iomega you need three and no less. decide well kiev."
Amiga Impact says"RT @StevenLyon: How to use an Iomega Zip Drive on the Amiga A1200 https://t.co/bXoCuoj4Ba"
Hedders says"@CommodoreBlog Wow. I have a love of all things Iomega and I think I need this. I don't know why. Maybe I have a problem."
In The News
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Threatpost reports"Nine NAS Bugs Open LenovoEMC, Iomega Devices to Attack"