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IT must lead the way – eWEEK Europe UK

Video: IT is not just cleaning up its own act. It will be the driving force in allowing every sector to thrive in today's climate - that was the message form our London launch

Keep investing in (our) IT, Microsoft tells EU

IT should be part of any stimulus package, Microsoft will tell a big audience of European public sector opinion-makers today. We asked the European chairman why Microsoft deserves the business

SAP Makes Green Promises

The software giant has announced a product to manage customers environmental impact, and made a promise to cut its own carbon footprint

Intel Moves On Energy Savings And Wireless Power

A look at some of the technology Intel currently has in active R&D shows ways to save energy within the data centre or PC and new ways to recharge laptop batteries while on the road. Intel says many of these developing technologies are ...

NASA’s Carbon Observatory Crashes

NASA's Orbiting Carbon Observatory, intended to scan Earth's surface for elusive carbon dioxide "sinks" in its atmosphere crashed today, after a launch failure.

Polycom Pushes High-End Video Conferencing

Video conferencing specialist Polycom says its HD-ready system, will boost take-up of telepresence, and cut business travel, but  analysts warn of slow uptake and hidden costs around the technology

Mobile World Congress: Summary of Day 1

Video: The ecological mobile of Samsung, the presentation of Windows Mobile 6.5 and the new products presented by Nokia mark the inauguration of the MWC.

What Will It Take To Make IT Go Green?

Whether they act to stave off a global crisis, or a meltdown in their own budgets, IT professionals need to have better information if they are going to clean up their act.

Can Sustainable IT Avoid False Accounting?

Now the word is out: there is money to be made in sustainable IT, we can expect the usual feeding frenzy as vendors try to cash in. This time, we can't afford to fall for phony greenwash.

IBM pushes for 21st century infrastructure

IBM has a set of new management functions and a "cloud czar", in a bid to provide the management and control that virtualised data centres and outsourced IT will require.