Smart device maker Nest shows how energy efficiency can be sexy — and profitable.
'It is just a start,' said CEO Krzanich at the world's biggest electronics show.
SAP's co-CEO says we need to work with young dreamers to usher in a new era.
The recent acquistion is further point that sustainability management software is joining its peers by moving to the cloud.
Are you serving as the unrecognized Chief Translation Officer? The findings of this report should simplify your job.
Research by GreenBiz Group and AT&T finds that Information and Communications Technology (ICT) executives and sustainability leaders need to speak the same language.
The role of technology in creating sustainable and resilient cities will be a key topic at our upcoming VERGE SF event.
At these events, tools are emerging to tackle climate change and its sweeping effects with data, bit by bit, one app at a time.
What does it take to have a leading energy management tool? It may be time to follow the 'LEADR.'
The convergence of data, analytics, cities, buildings and transportation will be center stage at the October event.
From the Internet to the Internet of Things to the Internet of Buidlings.
As companies such as Google, Microsoft and HP increase their sustainability efforts, how do we tell what's making a difference?
How can we make the paperless world a reality? Hint: Don't make it about the environment.
A new iOS app aims to help small and midsize businesses kick the tires and compare their sustainability efforts.
A facility data manager may be the missing ingredient to help boost onsite efficiency and performance.
Ayla's big first client, the Chinese web portal Sina, will use the platform to connect Shanghai users to data from local weather stations.
While technology's productivity benefits may eliminate certain jobs, advances in mobility, analytics and robotics are inspiring a new age of efficiency and...
What the software giant learned about building efficiency at its headquarters is the basis for a new business opportunity.
When Microsoft couldn't find the technology it needed to make its buildings smart and efficient, it built its own.
The start of a three-part series on how the software giant used sensors and analytics to make its campus, and the city it habitates, one of the smartest around.