As Recycle Week kicks off, we've pulled together some staggering facts and figures that highlight techs impact on the environment, and why IT recycling is so important.
Covid-19 drove a largescale shift toward home working. Although restrictions are easing, it's expected that many will to continue to work away from to office at least part of their week from now on, bringing us into a new age of true flexible working.
Covid-19 has been a huge driving force behind the adoption and scale up of cloud services. It also highlighted the complexities of licensing, cost and lifecycle management associated with cloud infrastructure. But it needn’t be so complicated.
Every school is unique; filled with a diverse range of users, learning environments, and user requirements. That’s why Dynabook developed a comprehensive portfolio of flexible laptops for every aspect of education, to help schools meet the needs of all students, teachers, and non-teaching staff.
Discover how updating on-premise servers can help increase security and lower overall costs for your business.
We all know about security concerns in an office environment, but remote working also has its own risks. Whilst the workforce is slowly returning, most organisations’ are still working from home; so it remains important that we are all aware of the different security challenges that this brings.
In this final post in our series on Net Zero, we will look at how the current situation may have had a positive impact on lowering your organisation’s carbon footprint.
In this third post of our Net Zero series, we are looking at how technology can be used to solve some of the barriers to your organisation’s carbon neutrality.
In our last post we discussed the phrase ‘Net Zero’ and the importance of working towards it. To be Net Zero is to work towards becoming carbon neutral i.e. to have a balance between emissions produced and emissions taken out of the atmosphere.
Global warming, CO2 emissions, carbon footprint – terms you will all have heard of. But what about Net Zero? The new kid on the block in green terminology; but what does it mean?