ThingsAt first in Australia to earn HP Amplify Impact 3-Star status
Device management provider ThingsAt is the first Australian partner to achieve the 2024 HP Amplify Impact 3-Star status, reflecting its commitment to sustainability, diversity, and social responsibility.
Acer reveals Aspire Vero 16 and Aspire Go laptops, prioritising carbon neutrality
Acer seeks carbon neutrality with its Aspire Vero 16 AI PC featuring Intel Core Ultra 7 and Aspire Go 14 laptops, utilising post-consumer recycled materials and aiming to reduce emissions throughout their lifecycles.
Dell's Concept Luna inspires drive for sustainable product design
Dell Technologies tackles e-waste with Concept Luna, championing sustainable, recyclable technology design.
Siemens & Intel to boost sustainability in semiconductor manufacturing
Intel and Siemens AG partner together to advance sustainability and efficiency in semiconductor manufacturing using IoT solutions.
Vodafone encourages Australians to recycle unused mobile devices
Vodafone urges Aussies to recycle old mobiles this holiday, revealing 22.3 million devices lay redundant across the nation.
Data centres could use 20% of global power by 2025
Data centres could account for a fifth of the world's power consumption by 2025, underlining a pressing need for sector sustainability, says Wisetek.
Manchester tech firm Sync appointed to national public sector framework
Manchester-based tech firm Sync joins TePAS 2 national framework to provide cost-effective tech to public sector entities.
Rigby Capital & Lombard join forces to combat electronic waste
Rigby Capital and Lombard aim to prevent over one million electronic devices from ending up in landfill within five years.
Manchester tech company Sync selected for national TePAS 2 framework
Manchester tech firm, Sync, has secured a coveted spot on Crown Commercial Service's national TePAS 2 framework.
Blancco prevents 107m KG of IT devices from becoming e-waste in a year
Blancco's software prevented 107m KG of IT devices from becoming e-waste, erasing data from 63.8 million devices in the past year.
Samsung hosts e-waste collection day in Auckland this weekend
Samsung Electronics New Zealand is hosting free electronic collection events on International E-Waste Day to tackle the growing issue of e-waste.
Next decade to see us mining landfills for valuable resources: ISB Global CEO
Mining landfills may become a reality in the next decade as resources deplete, warns Chris Williams, CEO of ISB Global.
ABB, Altilium partner for battery recycling improvement across Europe
ABB partners with Altilium to enhance battery materials recycling in Europe and provide 20% of the UK's battery material needs.
Salvation Army’s SATCoL re-launching data destruction service
The project aims to save companies money and give unwanted IT equipment such as laptops, PCs, phones and tablets a new lease of life.
Cisco unveils new environmental sustainability strategy
The company is changing how it operates its business, engages with suppliers, and helps customers and communities.
BOM IT partners Byteback to help the IT industry cut carbon
BOM IT Solutions has partnered with the electronic waste company, Byteback, to help the IT sector reduce its electronic waste and cut its carbon footprint.
Arnies Recon gives old tech devices a second life
A Sydney business is helping residents gift gadgets in a guilt-free and sustainable way as the holiday season approaches.
Apple announces the next generation of AirPods Pro
Apple unveils new AirPods Pro with advanced features like noise cancellation, touch control, longer battery life, and personalised spatial audio.
Reducing e-waste and promoting sustainability in the PC industry
Australian e-waste is causing devastating environmental impact, with only 1% of TVs and 10% of PCs being recycled.
Logitech scales the use of recycled plastic in its products
Logitech has exceeded its commitment to incorporate post-consumer recycled plastic into products, reducing its carbon impact.
Skip the landfill: How a call for IT donations is helping students in need
IT lifecycle services company TES Australia has partnered with LiteHaus International to bridge the digital divide by donating devices to students in need.
Australians sitting on $5.6 billion in unwanted tech - Telstra
Australians are sitting on an estimated $5.6 billion in unwanted and no longer used technology items, according to new research from Telstra.
Telco industry urges New Zealanders to recycle unwanted mobile phones
New Zealanders are being urged to recycle their old mobile phones as part of Recycling Week NZ, supported by the Telecommunications Forum.
Circular IT management could save the industry - and the planet
Circular IT management is possible, and it could save hundreds of millions of old IT products from ending up in landfills and polluting the earth.