Toxic Tech: Environmental Risks From Old Electronics
As newer and better electronics continue to hit the market, the question of what to do with the old ones is crucial. In this three-part series, electronics recycling expert Joseph Yob explores how e-recycling processes can preserve the environment, protect your sensitive data, and utilize sustainable green technology.
Three Things to Consider When Purchasing Company Software
One of the key decisions entrepreneurs have to make is which software solution to purchase. Of course, there is no one-size-fits-all best solution, but rather it is up to you to find the solution that properly fits your special business needs.
Finance Green Initiatives With Government Grants, Incentives and Low-Interest Loans
Cutting energy costs is one way to improve your company’s bottom line, but did you know state and federal agencies will help pay the cost of reducing your reliance on fossil fuels? Here's some state and federal programs that will help your business to go green.
Algae: Green Pest or ‘Green’ Solution?
Businesses looking to “go green” may need to look no further than the solutions available in nature. Algae, traditionally considered a pest, has the potential to make buildings and aquaculture more sustainable.
Cloud Battles Intensify – It’s No Longer ‘One Size Fits All’
As cloud computing moves to a new level of maturity, cloud providers will begin to specialize. There will no longer be a “one size fits all” cloud solution. Instead, cloud providers will begin to offer specific infrastructure solutions tuned to the needs and requirements for different applications. And the battles for these capabilities and innovation are intensifying.
SAE Engineers Reveal Visions of the Future
The possibilities were endless as engineers and technical experts gathered to explore “Creating New Possibilities” at the 2014 World Congress of SAE International, held at Detroit’s Cobo Center.