VMware’s commitment to building an inclusive and innovative workplace for the next generation of technology leaders has never been more steadfast. Accelerating innovation, attracting top talent, and building a community that is inclusive and diverse begins at the university level.
Headquartered in Baton Rouge, the Louisiana State University Agricultural Center, also known as the LSU AgCenter, is one of nine institutions that make up the state’s university system. The LSU AgCenter’s mission is to provide research-based educational information to improve the lives and economic well-being of the people of Louisiana.
From construction projects to daily meals in our cafeterias, we’re committed to making sure the waste we create around the world is reused, recycled or composted. Our efforts are paying off. In 2015, we had a waste diversion rate of over 90% in our offices with over 2,000 people, and, at our Palo Alto headquarters, we diverted 94% of waste from landfill.
Strong, balanced and inclusive practices and policies that support our commitment to diversity are key to the health of our business, and our unique culture and employee community. We know that innovation thrives in cultures where diverse perspectives are actively encouraged, respected and celebrated. As a globally connected community, we know that the power of human difference has been, and will continue to be, a vital component to VMware’s success.
VMware is committed to having a net positive impact in the world and we are proud to report on the progress we are making. As we accelerate into the new year, we wanted to take a moment to reflect on our progress in 2016. Click here to view an infographic that depicts VMware’s Collective Impact and key milestones to date.
Through the collective impact of their employees, customers and partners, VMware strives to be a Force for Good in the world. Their shared mission is to leave ahead a better future – to put back more into the environment, society and global economy than they take. Although the term “sustainability” is often only associated with “green” pursuits, VMware thinks about Sustainability in a much broader, systemic sense as resilience and the capacity to thrive as a company and community.
Measurabl, a software startup for sustainability reporting, formerly called GreenBox, is piloting the enterprise version of its software with firms including VMware, Clarion Partners and Gables Residential.
Training and Certifications Enable Organizations to Maximize Benefits of Transformational IT Technologies
(3BL Media) San Jose, CA - April 2, 2012 – Cisco today announced it is joining forces with EMC to offer comprehensive technical education solutions in the areas of cloud architecture, virtualization, storage, data center networking and data science.