Research by GreenBiz Group and AT&T finds that Information and Communications Technology (ICT) executives and sustainability leaders need to speak the same language.
How can you tell if the electronics you or your company are buying are truly greener than others?
Obsessing about energy efficiency may overlook a more important question: Are you using technology in the best way for your unique business?
Are conflict minerals lurking in your supply chain? With a reporting deadline less than 10 months away, a new tool can shed light.
The IT trade association teams up with a U.N.-backed educational consortium to create new framework for responsible equipment disposal.
What's true for the iPhone rings true for others.
Technology and proposals developed by GreenTouch consortium members promise to cut energy use in communication networks by 90 percent.
The social startup seeks to develop partnerships with companies that would use it to build employee and customer brand engagement.
IT models have the potential to aid business decision-making around biodiversity and ecosystem services.
Communities across the U.S. are collapsing the gap between needed services and civic improvements through an innovative citizen-to-city communications system.
The same panel would be used for charging the phone and the touch screen.
The registry for environmentally preferable electronics now includes imaging products along with computers and monitors.
Companies need to know a few things about their equipment and power to use energy efficient Eco Mode more effectively.
It’s time for companies to bring their industries together and implement transparent systems that can make a difference.
The South Korean-based electronic company's new Evolution Kit enables TV upgrades without having to throw away the old.
Why would you want to warm up your data center? Because you can.
The computer-maker giant partners with OSIsoft on a data management architecture to test grid operations and joins the advisory board of the Pecan Street smart grid demonstration project
At the company's North Carolina data center, 60 percent of energy will be produced by its own renewable sources.
HP's position falls, while two Indian firms appear for the first time in Greenpeace's annual guide to Greener Electronics.
The greatest potential to achieve transformations in increasingly urban populations is at the municipal level. GreenBiz Group's conference aimed to accelerate the action around smart cities...