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Philadelphia-based singer-songwriter Amos Lee played a sold-out concert at the world-renowned Austin City Limits Moody Theater on Saturday, February 25, 2017. But Amos’ sold-out show didn’t just reach the crowds of the Moody Theater. With the support of partners including Quantum Interface and the Melodic Caring Project, the Ericsson team at the AT&T Foundry live streamed the concert directly to kids’….

Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Mats Pellbäck Scharp, Director of Environmental Health and Safety. Today is the World Day for Safety and Health at Work, and this year the focus area is work-related stress. At Ericsson we have decided use this opportunity to promote our program “Sustainable Work Life in the Networked Society”….

End poverty in all its forms everywhere. This is the first of 17 global goals – known as Sustainable Development Goals – that will be adopted by 193 countries at the UN General Assembly later this month. The goal may seem audacious in its ambition, but it actually builds on great progress. Since 1990 the….

Today we are happy to feature a guest post from Lars Peder Svensson, a Technical Solutions Expert who was deployed through our Ericsson Response program to Sierra Leone to help in the fight against Ebola. After several months, he returned to Sweden just last week: Every volunteer who has ever been part of deploying WIDER….

For Khoudja Samb in the Senegalese village area of Potou, today was “Bring Your Film Crew to Work” day. As part of the One Million Community Health Workers campaign, we are documenting what life is like when you combine technology and training with dedicated populations in remote areas.