Saturday, 27 October 2012

ICT for Sustainability 2012

ICT for Sustainability 2012 provides a complete one-stop-shop for senior ICT and business decision-makers to identify environmentally-friendly technologies, green innovations and socially responsible suppliers that can help them rise to these new challenges.

Programme highlights include:
Going for Gold: Can Team GB Stay Ahead in Sustainable ICT? Graeme Philipson, Founder and Research Director, Connection Research
Using ICT to Become a Sustainability Leader Stuart Neumann, Senior Manager, Verdantix
The Green Dividend for VisionariesTectre and IBM
Green Evolution: Evolving Green ICT practices across UK Government Bob Crooks, Green ICT Lead, Defra, Member of the cross-government Green ICT Delivery Unit (GDU) & Chair of BCS Special Interest Group for Green ICT 
ICT as a Policy and Business Strategy Enabler to Meeting the 21st Century Environmental ChallengesStuart Williams, Lead Sustainability Consultant, Logica, now part of CGI & Andy Shaw, Director of Knowledge Exchange, National Centre for Earth Observation (NCEO)
Greener Datacenters, Greener Clouds: Why eco-efficiencies are still hard to findAndy Lawrence, VP of Research - Datacenter Technologies & Eco-Efficient IT, 451 Research

For more details of our educational programme, simply click here to view the full schedule and use this link to reserve your place and pre-book your selected sessions at the same time.