In this podcast, we speak to Dennis Pamlin, Global Policy Advisor, WWF, who is the author of a report titled “Global strategy for the first global IT strategy for CO2 reductions". The report was supported by HP and details ten existing technology solutions that have the potential to reduce the one billion tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions – the equivalent of nearly one-quarter of the European Union’s current CO2 emissions.
HP in partnership with UNESCO set up projects in South East Europe and Africa to begin addressing the problem of academics having to move abroad to further their research and employment prospects ('brain drain').
The project reconnects university faculties to the web through grid computing technology and allows them to link to international colleagues and university resources.
Unemployment is most acute for the age group that represents our future. In the European Union alone, 18 percent of young people below the age of 25 couldn’t find a job in 2006.
HP’s answer is to empower these young people through GET-IT: a new kind of training that combines the basics of entrepreneurship with practical, hands-on experience in the use of technology.
By acquiring Atos Origin Middle East Group (AOME) – the region’s leading implementer of SAP projects - HP confirms its position as the clear market leader in the region.
What are the benefits of this acquisition and also find out how HP is helping to build revolutionary smart cities across the Middle East. Listen to the HP Podcast with Ken Willett, VP and managing director of HP Middle East, Mediterranean and Africa.
HP South Africa has always been committed to promoting empowerment and ascribes to the underlying principles of Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) initiatives as the key to realising HP's full potential as a company and as a business imperative.
How is HP South Africa supporting B-BBEEE? Listen to the HP Podcast with Thoko Mokgosi-Mwantembe, CEO of HP South Africa.
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