Mark Potter, chief technology officer for HPE and director of Hewlett Packard Labs, discussed the future of smart cities, which are cities with infrastructure integrated with modern tech to enhance the citizen experience and encourage tapping into the potential of an area.
DALLAS, August 8, 2017 /3BL Media/ - The National Diversity Council is proud to announce the 2017 Top 50 Multicultural Lawyers in Dallas, a definitive list of executives, influencers and achievers impacting the legal industry.
“The 2017 Top 50 Multicultural Lawyers award list highlights some of the most extraordinary legal professionals in the Dallas Area,” said Dennis Kennedy, Founder and Chair of the National Diversity Council. “We are honored to recognize such a distinguished group of leaders dedicated to continuous success in their workplaces and communities.”
The following is part 2 of a 3-part series on “Big Data.”
We have previously defined “Big Data” and shown how we feel a Big Data system built by CSRHub could help address some problems that exist in collecting corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sustainability data on companies. We have also further described the problems with the currently dominant method of gathering this data—an analyst-based method.
Chris Librie leads strategy and communication for HP Living Progress. We’ve been following the evolution of Living Progress for a few years now at TriplePundit and have had the opportunity to talk to Chris on a number of occasions.
Explosive growth of data is creating a demand for more data centres than the Earth has space and energy to support. Technology companies like HP, must transform the way they - and everyone else - does business
Over the past 40 years, every element of humanity has been altered by the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) industry. It has revolutionised not just business processes and personal productivity, but the very ways people communicate and collaborate as well. From online banking and securing seats on a train, to life-saving medical procedures and monitoring vital resources, technology opens new opportunities, provides essential insights, and enables transformative innovation that improves the way we live, work and play.
Living Progress is the name HP chose for its corporate social responsibility (CSR) reporting efforts. So, why living progress? The hardware giant issued its first Global Citizenship Report in 2001, but it felt that this terminology was not sufficient for what the company was trying to do.