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How Xerox Turned Printer Filters into Face Masks
When the call went out at Xerox to think about new ways to use materials on hand to help the coronavirus humanitarian effort, Mark Adiletta, long-time Xerox engineering manager, had a crazy thought: What if we use printer filters to make medical-grade face masks?
Reno Schools Move Students to Remote Learning Over a Weekend, With an Assist from Xerox
With a surprising number of families that lacked at-home access to computers, the school district reached out to Xerox to help them scale up their printing services as fast as possible.
How Xerox Pivoted to Manufacture Much-Needed Hand Sanitizer
As the first bottles of hand sanitizer rolled off a Xerox production line in Ontario and Webster, N.Y., more than a dozen employees—wearing protective gear and employing social distancing—were on hand in both locations to celebrate a feat of applied materials expertise and organizational nimbleness.
Xerox and Vortran Medical Partnering to Mass Produce Disposable Ventilators
Xerox and Vortran Medical Technology are teaming up to speed and scale production of Vortran’s GO2Vent ventilator and related Airway Pressure Monitor (APM-Plus) for hospitals and emergency response units fighting the battle against COVID-19.
How Xerox is Helping Customers Fight COVID-19
Health and Safety Advice
Xerox’s Ongoing Response to COVID-19
We want to share some of the actions we have taken to keep the entire Xerox community safe while minimizing impact to our operations and yours amid this public emergency.
Expert Advice to Keep Your Business Running Smoothly
Strategies for Managing Your Business in Uncertain Times
Each team’s particular situation is unique, but here are best practices for owners and managers to help their teams adapt, according to experts.
We Can Do This: Finding Professional Alignment in an Upended World
James Glasnapp, social scientist, future of work expert, and consultant to Xerox PARC, shares how to make the most of an enforced slow-down and realign work accordingly.