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Satellite IoT emerges as key player in global environmental sustainability
Satellite Internet of Things technology is emerging as a key tool in global environmental sustainability initiatives, according to Ground Control.
One NZ and SpaceX launch 'direct to cell' satellites for global coverage
One NZ, in cooperation with SpaceX, launched its first six 'direct to cell' satellites enabling expanded telecommunication coverage from 2024, and has joined a global alliance to offer reciprocal satellite roaming services.
Gartner reveals HR trends for attracting talent and boosting results
Gartner has forecast nine key HR trends for the future, including the rise of GenAI, embracing four-day workweeks, and shifting professional paths, to attract talent and enhance results.
Kiwis hopeful of economic upswing amidst looming concerns
In contrast to the global outlook, New Zealanders are more optimistic about the future economic climate, according to the latest Global Predictions Survey.
RSM Australia reveals optimistic outlook for agtech sector growth
RSM Australia study reveals a bolstering confidence in growth prospects for the country's agtech sector despite challenges.
How sustainable IT can help with key organisational ESG goals
Sustainability isn't just a passive beneficiary of digital transformation; it actively fuels the impetus for businesses to embark on digital journeys.
Kaer & Lendlease's third partnership for sustainable cooling in Singapore
Kaer and Lendlease partnership steps up sustainable cooling efforts at Paya Lebar Green in Singapore, reducing carbon footprint.
Schneider Electric becomes founding member of Australian Sustainability Tech Council
Schneider Electric joins the newly formed Sustainability Tech Council in Australia; aims to fast-track sustainability efforts.
LF Energy unveils new open source projects for energy transition
LF Energy introduces five open-source projects for digital energy technologies, bolstering efforts towards energy transition.
'Sustainability goals not matching ambition in global businesses, study reveals'
A new study reveals a wide gap between the high sustainability ambitions of global businesses and their actions.
Spark to launch satellite-connected cell tower project
Spark and Lynk have begun a NZ project for a network of satellite-connected cell towers, aiming to maintain connectivity during crises.
New fintech platform Fils brings sustainability to payment companies
New fintech platform Fils, developed by Nameer Khan, equips payment firms with tools to integrate ESG values in operations.
Quadrent Green Lease bridges the digital gap in New Zealand
The Quadrent Green Lease programme champions digital inclusion and e-waste reduction in New Zealand's underprivileged communities.
Parliament summit underscores role of businesses in UK's green shift
Parliamentary summit highlights crucial role of UK businesses in achieving net zero emissions and fostering sustainability.
PerfectScale develops tool to measure Kubernetes’ carbon emissions in cloud systems
PerfectScale has unveiled a tool designed to measure and reduce Kubernetes' carbon emissions within major cloud systems.
Westcon-Comstor appoints first Chief Sustainability Officer
Westcon-Comstor appoints Kevin Brzezinski, existing SVP of Global Operations, as its first Chief Sustainability Officer.
Tech approaches to the reduction of diesel generator emissions
As an emitter of CO2 and other gases, the diesel generator is an obvious target for emissions-reduction regulation.
Iceotope showcases liquid cooling tech with etisalat by e&
Iceotope and etisalat showcased cutting-edge liquid cooling technology at GITEX GLOBAL in Dubai, promising significant energy reductions for data centres.
CMA introduces Green Agreements Guidance for sustainable business
Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) introduces new guidance to help businesses collaborate on environmental sustainability while complying with the law.
Shippit partners Parcelrun to launch a zero-emission program
The pilot program will test e-bikes from a range of partners, including Dutch Cargo, Zoomo, Lime, and Lug+Carrie.
Stanley Capital Partners invests in Roboyo: Hyper-Automation
Stanley Capital Partners invests in tech company Roboyo, aiming to enhance the global leader in hyper-automation's growth.
New researcher tool boosts accuracy of academic GenAI summaries
Iris.ai launches RW 1.0 to tackle inaccuracies in AI-generated research summaries, marking a significant step forward for the AI industry.
Equinix and NUS study hydrogen fuel’s viability for data centres
The study reveals insights into various fuel systems utilising green hydrogen for data centre backup power to support Singapore’s hydrogen strategy.
Hitachi Vantara unveils new sustainability solutions and services
Combining digital and industrial data, Hitachi Vantara helps customers intelligently assess IT systems and OT processes for a more energy-efficient future.