When it comes to smart purchases, “caveat emptor” (“let the buyer beware”) is as relevant today as it was in ancient Rome. New product standards are being laid down by the law and social action, and companies have come to embrace the true value of “green.” Yet, how do we know a product is true
If a single office makes a single environmentally friendly change, it creates an impact. If all offices
In 2010, the United States disposed of some 2,439,000 tons of waste generated from electronic devices. 649,000
For centuries, letters written by historical figures have been published and preserved, providing windows into
Electronic waste, also known as E-waste, has become a significant problem for our planet. It includes consumer
Are you still printing the employee handbook? Are you still hanging on to that filing cabinet? Are you still
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Starbucks recently invested a reported $25 million to secure mobile payment options and it is quickly starting to pay off. Improved collaboration, better customer service, and reduced costs have made mobile technology indispensable for businesses of all sizes.
By April 2nd, 2013| Posted
For some, it may be hard to name what exactly goes into a smartphone or computers processor.The design of the best and brightest in the industry hinge on thin and easy-to-use designs that invite users to come and play. But a heavy level of sophistication is required to send a text message, load a video,
By March 27th, 2013| Posted
If a single office makes a single environmentally friendly change, it creates an impact. If all offices followed suit, the differences in emissions, waste, and even expenses would be enormous.
By March 26th, 2013| Posted
In 2010, the United States disposed of some 2,439,000 tons of waste generated from electronic devices. 649,000 of these tons were recycled, while an astounding 1,790,000 were thrown in landfills or incinerated.  These disused electronics have come to be referred to colloquially as “E-Waste.”