Government should set green IT example
Government should set an example for the private sector by embracing green IT as a way of saving costs and cutting carbon emissions, says Simbo Ntshinka, Itec Tiyende MD.
Lessons in the unthinkable
What the failings of the Titanic can teach us about surviving the future.
Green computing needs sustainability
Sustainable manufacturing takes the entire product life cycle into consideration, from point of origin to disposal, says Kevin Dees, technology director for Adapt IT Solutions.
It`s not just about saving trees
Reducing paper consumption in the workplace brings cost savings, efficient workflows, as well as a greener footprint, says Warren Buss, ECM Solution Manager at Nokusa Engineering Informatics.
Demystifying steps to a greener organisation
ICT can be a major enabler for improving direct and indirect environmental issues, said Dr Andrew Hutchison, international presales management at T-Systems SA.
Climate forces or market forces?
Until green policies are driven by government, local companies will only adopt what makes sense for their bottom lines.
Cracking open green IT
It may seem like heading into a jungle, but the right tools go a long way to easing the journey.
Weathering tomorrow's storms
A new public weather monitoring project brings the message of climate change home, literally.
Waiting to exhale
Our obsession with being constantly connected is sapping personal and planetary energy.
Hashtag for humanity
Twitter and social networks are the new face of 21st Century activism.
Taking out the techno-trash
The growing scourge of e-waste presents an opportunity for SA to use rubbish as a resource.