Buck Consultants, a subsidiary of Xerox, has released some data on the state of green programs among U.S. businesses. In its third annual “Greening of the American Workplace” survey for 2010, the firm reports that 69 percent of American businesses have instituted energy-saving and waste- and carbon-reducing programs, up from 53 percent in the prior […]
Or at least it’s growing highly averse to it. And considering the state of teleconferencing tech today and its potential to cut carbon emissions, good for them. SAP, which is making a serious push to reduce its environmental impact and help other organizations measure and reduce theirs, relies primarily on teleconferencing technologies to conduct its […]
Move over 3D HDTVs, CES 2011 was a tablet maker’s playground. But beside the iPad fighters, what did the trade show have in store for green consumers? Let’s have a look at trends and companies that made this year memorable for eco-conscious techies, and those we’d rather forget. Hits Ford: Who needs an auto show? […]
Let’s get it out of the way: meetings suck. Granted, many are productive but they require, at the very least, for you to leave your comfy cube and haul your laptop, notepad and BlackBerry into a conference room. At worst,…
…Eco Solutions being the actual name of a slate of IT products and services that they offer. Today, HP announced that they have expanded the program by offering 22 efficient ProLiant G6 product lines, double of what they had before….