Lenovo VP Carl Pinto on how Lenovo offers aid, mentorship, and community support for minority-owned and innovative small businesses.
Returning as a sponsor for the second year in a row, Lenovo spotlights the amazing technical innovations in the 2021 AbilityNet Tech4Good Awards.
In an effort to provide pediatric patients with fun opportunities to learn and play, Lenovo volunteers designed STEM-based activity books.
Lenovo partnered with Ithaca College’s Teacher Education program to implement its VR Classroom solution to train students how to teach with VR.
Lenovo researcher on designing inclusive products and solutions that work for everyone, regardless of physical attributes or abilities.
On Global Accessibility Awareness Day, meet Ada Lopez and learn what drives her ambition to ensure that our products work for everyone.
Lenovo’s Barbara Xu and Aik Hong Goh and the Product Diversity Office dare tech to dream bigger in serving users in the disability community.
Lenovo employees visited a UK school during the COVID-19 pandemic to share immersive education with some of the country’s most vulnerable students.
Lenovo is supporting employees, partners, customers and friends in their efforts to stay safe and adapt to the coronavirus pandemic.
Our dedication to strong environmental, social, and governance (ESG) performance is embedded in everything from our packaging and products to our global manufacturing footprint.
Lenovo takes a critical look at its use of water around the globe and commits to greater sustainability.
With Lenovo’s support, not-for-profit Jangala created a paperback-sized device to provide household Wi-Fi with nothing more than a power supply.
Stories from the UK, Italy, and the United States, where Lenovo is proud to have provided support or solutions for determined teachers and students.
Together, Lenovo and the Instituto Ayrton Senna are providing better access to quality education in Brazil.
Lenovo’s global workforce of more than 63,000 employees have helped mobilize support for communities around the world during a global pandemic.
The challenges of moving from in-person to digital education run the gamut, from technology to effective digital curriculums.
Scholars of the Lenovo Scholarship Program share their academic and professional journeys over the past 10 years.
Lenovo executives participated in two virtual sessions this week at the 2020 Women’s Forum for the Economy and Society’s global meeting.
Lenovo’s Fiona O’Brien, Chief Channel Officer and Head of Operations in EMEA, takes the virtual stage at the Women in Tech World Series Online Festival.
At the 2020 Women’s Forum global meeting, Lenovo leaders share the need for a diverse, inclusive workforce to build real solutions for all.
For the fourth consecutive year and despite the global pandemic, 52 Lenovo offices around the world united to make a global impact.
See how volunteer-led projects use technology and STEM education to help build the next generation of leaders in North and South America.
During Lenovo’s Global Month of Service, employees from all over the world are addressing the needs of people living with disabilities.
Employees Zacaria Harris and Jane Govindsamy lead volunteer efforts in South Africa and North America to support access to STEM education and technology.