Wondering whether you can escape the social media revolution? You can’t. Wondering whether you should consider transitioning to cloud applications? You must. In this conversation, the refreshing Michael Hugos explains the practical, business-driven benefits of cloud computing and intelligent social media. Guest Michael Hugos Sneak Preview 1 – “We don’t allow iPhones” Sneak Preview 2 [...]
Phil Simon is a no-B.S. knowledge-bank when it comes to technology for business. He’s written several books on the subject, including Why New Systems Fail and Next-Wave Technologies: Opportunities in Chaos. Guest Phil Simon In this conversation, Phil Simon talks about the patterns of IT project failure (in both big and small companies), the changing [...]
VERNON HILLS, IL — Energy efficient IT has always seemed like a no-brainer: Cut the energy used by your PCs, servers and data centers, and start saving money immediately. And despite a slower start than one might expect from a no-brainer, the third annual Energy Efficient IT report from CDW, released today, shows that the [...]
PORTLAND, OR — The Climate Savers Computing Initiative will expand its push for more energy efficiency IT beyond computers with a new workgroup focused on networking equipment. The new group, made up of companies like Cisco, Emerson Network Power, HP, Intel and Sony Electronics, will develop energy efficiency targets and best practices related to routers, [...]
Annie Leonard’s “Story of Stuff” project hit big with an eponymous viral video launched in 2007 that took on our entire consumer economy. Since then, she’s gone on to look at the environmental impacts of bottled water, cosmetics and cap and trade. Her latest project, developed in partnership with the Electronics TakeBack Coalition looks at [...]
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