Lenovo partnered with nonprofits to procure and deliver life-saving equipment in further COVID-19 relief efforts
How did we coordinate our factory and supply chain operations over the past year, when society needed tech more than ever?
How two Lenovo engineers drove 1,000 miles to install an HPC cluster at NYU to help researchers study the coronavirus.
When COVID hit, Lenovo focused on rapid IT innovation to support employees safely working remotely and to keep supply chains running as demand for PC products spiked.
As people transformed their lives to deal with coronavirus, Lenovo needed to get creative with how we maintain meaningful internships.
Facing the challenges of COVID-19 and remote outreach, Lenovo’s 2020 interns found new digital ways to engage with and help communities.
In response to COVID-19, Lenovo worked with USCRI to deliver laptops to students across North Carolina for distance learning.
To address the coronavirus outbreak, Lenovo donated thousands of devices and other essential supplies to students, hospitals and NGOs across Central and South America.
Hear how Lenovo’s first commercial Internet of Things (IoT) Back to Work Solutions are designed to make workplaces safer from door to desk.
Motorola teams developed a software solution to monitor COVID-19 patients after they leave the Unicamp Hospital de Clínicas in Campinas, Brazil.
Teachers and students use LanSchool Air distance learning technology — donated by Lenovo — to adapt to the challenges of education during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Two non-profits in India, CLT and Meghshala Trust, launched a tech-driven plan to empower teachers and keep children learning during COVID-19.
Lenovo teams across Europe, the Middle East, and Africa rallied to support communities impacted by COVID-19, from students to healthcare workers.
A few of Lenovo’s business leaders share their business performance highlights and how they’ve addressed global economic challenges.
While some companies may have had significant production impacts, Lenovo benefitted fully from its globally balanced supply chain. More from Lenovo’s Vice President of Global Manufacturing, John Egan.
Lenovo’s Executive Director of Global Logistics discusses how Lenovo responded to the overnight change to doing business that came with COVID-19.
Facing travel restrictions, new safety protocols, and unprecedented need from businesses and healthcare facilities, Lenovo’s Wuhan engineers leapt into action.
New customizable relief package will help improve cash flow for our customers, keep IT projects on track, and provide fast, secure, seamless solutions.
Using a flexible and efficient global supply chain, Lenovo teams give N95 masks to COVID-19 frontline workers in China, the U.S., and across the globe.
Lenovo’s Jie Yu explores how businesses can thoughtfully transition to remote work and empower employees, both during and after the COVID-19 crisis.
Lenovo donated hundreds of PCs to students and teachers in Milan and elsewhere in Italy to maintain education continuity and empower schools.
Franciscan monks and volunteers work together to provide tens of thousands of meals to the Brazilian community during the COVID-19 crisis.
Lenovo’s Leo Curtis gives a guided tour of new procedures protecting employees in Beijing, from QR-coded masks to infrared temperature checks.
Lenovo CEO Yuanqing Yang donates smart devices and data cards to students who otherwise would be unable to join online learning classes across China.