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Schneider Electric to address Datacentre Sustainability topic at AfricaCom

Datacentre operators are under increasing pressure to meet sustainability goals and address their carbon footprint.  According to Harvard Business Review, 99% of large company CEOs agree that sustainability forms a vital part of their business’s future success. Furthermore, 75% of...

Eco-Friendly Computing: 11 Ways to Make Your Laptop More Environmentally Friendly

The climate crisis affects all of us, and we recognize that in order to limit global temperature rise to less than 1.5°C, we must significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Addressing the climate crisis necessitates breaking it down into small...

Carbon Accounting Revolution: BT Group and SAP’s Pioneering Collaboration

SAP SE and BT Group partner to pioneer carbon accounting standardization using SAP Sustainability Data Exchange (SDX).  Enabling Carbon Data Collection and Sharing SAP SDX enables BT Group to collect, trace, and share carbon data across its own supplier base, providing...

Data Helps Accelerate Innovation on Path to Net Zero, Industry Leaders Say at AVEVA Sustainability Panel

Sustainability and Environment Leaders from Microsoft, Neste, Ørsted, Schneider Electric, and AVEVA Offer Actionable Takeaways to Realize Climate-Positive Targets AVEVA, a global leader in industrial software, driving digital transformation and sustainability, joined companies across the technology and energy spectrum to...

IoT Forum Africa 2019 to showcase latest innovations in IoT

Internet of Things Forum Africa returns to Johannesburg for the third year on 26 and 27 March 2019 at the Gallagher Convention Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa. Hosted by IT News Africa, IoT Forum Africa 2019 is shaping up to...

Schneider Electric launches Go Green in the City 2019

  Schneider Electric launched Go Green in the City 2019, its annual global student contest to find bold ideas and innovative solutions for smarter, more energy-efficient and sustainable cities. Now in its ninth year, Go Green in the City is a major event...

Gwakwani gets access to sustainable energy and water

A remote village located 300km north of Polokwane, Gwakwani now has access to energy and water through sustainable interventions, thanks to a partnership between the University of Johannesburg’s (UJ) Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering Science and Schneider Electric...

Africa’s bumpy road to sustainable energy

For years, Kenyans freely used and disposed of plastic bags. The bags were ubiquitous—in the markets, in the gutters, and in the guts out of 3 out of every 10 animals taken to slaughter. Nakuru, a town northwest of Nairobi,...

A Blueprint for Africa’s future cities

Firmly established as Africa’s most progressive business orientated jurisdiction, Mauritius’ forward-thinking and nimble policies have resulted in the island nation riding the wave to the centre of investment and development in Africa. While its business-friendly framework and investment orientated tax...

Digital skills for a digital economy

While South Africa shows excellent potential to lead Africa in the fourth industrial revolution (Industry 4.0), private business, government and educational institutions will need to work together to upskill the nation adequately for this new, digital economy. Some of the...
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Why is Closing The Cybersecurity Gender Gap Critical?

2024 signifies a seminal moment in South African history. Not only does it mark three decades since the first...
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