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Watch the Living Progress Challenge Finals Live August 3 -- and See Who Wins!

by Chris Wellise, Director of Strategic Initiatives for HPE Living Progress
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Watch the live stream: www.hpe.com/info/LPCFinals

Part six of a six-part series

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Watch the live stream: www.hpe.com/info/LPCFinals

Part six of a six-part series

Living Progress Challenge Works to Advance Digital Inclusion Using Tech-Based Solutions

by Chris Wellise, Director of Strategic Initiatives for HPE Living Progress
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Watch the Living Progress Challenge finalists pitch their proposals—and see who wins—starting at 10 a.m. ET August 3 

Part five of a six-part series

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Watch the Living Progress Challenge finalists pitch their proposals—and see who wins—starting at 10 a.m. ET August 3 

Part five of a six-part series

Innovative Ideas to Solve Complex Social and Environmental Problems

by Chris Wellise, Director of Strategic Initiatives for HPE Living Progress
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Arming women with the skills to build a more equal society. Providing marginalized expectant mothers with valuable health advice. Ensuring new entrepreneurs are set up for success. Preparing small and medium-sized businesses for disaster recovery. Ensuring that the free educational resources of the Internet are accessible to all.

Helping Entrepreneurs Around the World Through Matter to a Million

by Lisa Conover, Senior Manager, Living Progress & HPE Foundation
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Every day Elisa, a single mother of two, walks through the city of Tulcán, Ecuador, selling sheets, quilts and blankets to raise enough money to feed her children. It’s an extremely hard life but she has successfully grown a micro-business and someday hopes to be able to set up a small shop so she doesn’t have to walk to sell her wares. I’m privileged to have been able to help Elisa through Matter to a Million, a partnership between the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Foundation and non-profit, micro-lending platform Kiva. 

HPE Releases Its First Living Progress Report

by Lara Birkes, Chief Sustainability Officer and Vice President, Living Progress at HPE
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I’m delighted to announce the release of our first Living Progress Report as Hewlett Packard Enterprise. With our new company comes a new three part format intended to make relevant information more easily accessible to our many stakeholders.

HPE Living Progress Positions, Policies, and Programs is a forward-looking document that sets out HPE’s approach to the issues of most significance to our business and the social & environmental challenges we address.

Twitterchat: Getting to Know Hewlett Packard Enterprise CSO Lara Birkes

Wednesday, June 29 at 11am EDT
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When joining Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Lara Birkes was in a unique position: coming into a brand new, multinational company that has a nearly 80-year history of sustainability and citizenship leadership. Chat with us on Twitter as Joel Makower, Chairman and Executive Editor of GreenBiz Group, talks with Lara Birkes about her new role as Chief Sustainability Officer and Vice President, Living Progress at Hewlett Packard Enterprise and what role she thinks technology plays in the sustainability of our planet.

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Advancing Economic Inclusion Through Innovative Digital Solutions

by Chris Wellise, Director of Strategic Initiatives for HPE Living Progress
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How can educators unlock the potential of open education resources on the web? How can a company become more accessible to the disabled? Where do you find employment opportunities for marginalized people with basic skills? How can you help struggling students to graduate?

ICT4D 2016: Everyone Must Be Counted to Close the Digital Divide

by Chris Wellise, Director of Strategic Initiatives for HPE Living Progress
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While attending the ICT4D conference in Kenya recently I took a side trip to the Masai Mara National Reserve, where members of the famous Masai tribe wore their traditional, iconic red-robes—and carried cell phones.

And on the horizon of the reserve, interspersed amongst the elephants, hippos, and lions, were cell phone towers. Old and new live together. The integration of mobile technology is both personal and social. And technology is ubiquitous.

The Internet of Things: Driving Efficiency

by Dr. Tom Bradicich
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The IoT, or Internet of Things, has achieved celebrity status today. It seems everywhere we turn, “everybody wants to get into the act” (1). IoT partnerships, products, strategies, visions, and pontifications are rolling out in rapid succession across many industries. In general this is positive. The IoT holds great promise as a means for us all to be better stewards of the planet, and its people.

Using the Power of Technology to Improve Lives

by Chris Wellise, Director of Strategic Initiatives for HPE Living Progress
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Improving food production for small-hold farmers. Ensuring access to healthcare systems for newborns. Broadening the democratic process. Safeguarding access to clean drinking water.

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