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Airport Virtual Assistant Puts on a New Face with LampFree Projectors
February 28, 2014
Developed by Airus Media, AVA also known as the Advanced Virtual Assistant, is a lifelike, virtual mannequin predominantly used for communicating messages effectively in high volume areas such as airports and other mass transit locations.
Texas Based Main Event Glad it Chose Casio
October 1, 2013
After Main Event saw what Casio's projectors could do, they said 'you've got to do this for all of our locations,
Light the Way
September 1, 2013
How the latest in sound and lighting effects can make your center shine.
Casio LampFree™ Projector Introduced @ Buffalo Wild Wings Grill & Bar.
June 25, 2013
In the world of A/V experiences on-premise, bigger and brighter is always better. By installing Casio LampFree™ Projectors, Buffalo Wild Wings® is able to achieve both at a cost savings.
Casio Raises Industry Standards with the Introduction of Two New Projection Systems at CES 2013
January 8, 2013
Projector Stacking System and Convex System Offer Advanced Technology, Cutting Edge Features and an Overall Lower Cost of Ownership
January 8, 2013
Helping Retailers Attract New Customers and Increase Business
Casio LampFree™ Projector Introduced @ The Shannon Sportsbar Hoboken New Jersey
December 29, 2012
Providing a better Sports Bar experience for your customers, while saving money on lamp replacements with a Casio LampFree™ Projector.
Watson makes his way to Boston Watson makes his way to Boston
October 31, 2011
A symposium on October 31 hosted by IBM at the Harvard Business School and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology invited students, professors and researchers to discuss the role of advanced analytics in business.
The balancing act of business technology The balancing act of business technology
October 31, 2011
According to a recent Property Casualty 360 article, on-the-job training has changed dramatically with the proliferation of technological advances in the business world.
Job seekers look to acquire technical skills Technology skills critical for job seekers
June 16, 2011
In lean economic times the job market is cutthroat, prompting many unemployed adults to seek advanced degrees and technical training.
Studenst in California become engaged by technology California school will use grants for technology purchases
May 12, 2011
The Creekside Charter School in Tahoe City, California, recently received a $125,000 federal grant that will be used to improve its technology resources, reported the Sierra Sun.
After several complaints, city officials in Morris, Illinois, agreed to upgrade audio visual equipment in the city's services facility. Illinois city council looks to expedite AV equipment installation
April 29, 2011
City officials in Morris, Illinois, recently decided to fast track a proposal to install new audio visual equipment at the Municipal Services Facility, the Morris Daily Herald reports.
Business spending on IT is expected to reach pre-recession levels. Report: Business IT spending to grow to pre-recession levels
April 8, 2011
Accordiing to a recent report conducted by the NPD Group, business spending on IT solutions increased in 2010 and reached levels seen before the recession.
Local organizations in Providence will receive a total of $110,000 to fund innovation. Innovation grant designed to create jobs in Providence
March 28, 2011
The Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce in Rhode Island recently announced it will award $110,000 to local businesses and institutions to promote job creation in high-growth sectors, such as healthcare, technology and alternative energy.
Despite a struggling economy, Arizona's technology sector added jobs during the recession. Arizona tech industry weathers economic recession
March 21, 2011
A new report commissioned by Science Foundation Arizona found the state's technology sector managed to weather the storm of the economic recession and add jobs in certain areas, the Arizona Republic reports.
Six workforce training programs in Oklahoma received $3 million to invest in green jobs. Oklahoma groups focus on green training
February 15, 2011
Six workforce training programs in Oklahoma recently received $3 million in federal stimulus funding to promote careers in green industries.
Job-seekers can improve their chances of getting hired by demonstrating a knowledge of business technology. North Carolina university uses grant to encourage IT careers
February 15, 2011
Winston-Salem State University recently received a $600,000 grant from the National Science Foundation, which it will use to encourage poor students to pursue careers in IT and computer science fields, the Business Journal reports.
Global spending on IT is expected to increase by 3.7 percent. Report: Global IT spending to increase during 2011
February 7, 2011
According to a recent report from research & investing company Celent, global IT spending will increase by 3.7 percent during 2011.
Video conferencing has become a cost-effective method for many businesses. Video creation, online communication to play major factor with businesses in 2011
February 2, 2011
A recent report from TMCNet with Mike Newman, CEO of Accordent, cited several different technology trends for businesses in 2011 that have a common theme - video.
Routine internal communications are the most common use of videoconferencing technology. Desktop videoconferencing on the rise
January 30, 2011
Nearly half of businesses have or plan on implementing desktop videoconferencing technology to improve both their internal and external communications, a recent Forrester Research study found.
Applicants can impress prospective employers by demonstrating a knowledge of modern technology. Rhode Islanders fall in line for IT boot camp
January 30, 2011
Sixteen Rhode Islanders were recently selected to participate in a new intensive IT training program aimed at providing unemployed and underemployed citizens the IT skills they need succeed in the workplace.
NTEN helps other nonprofits utilize technology to promote social change. Google grant boosts technology adoption in nonprofits
December 30, 2010
The Nonprofit Technology Network recently announced it has received $1.1 million from Google's Charitable Giving Fund of Tides Foundation to promote technology use and education among nonprofits.
Organizations in Idaho are investing in videoconferencing technology to reduce travel costs. Idaho organizations embracing videoconferencing
December 29, 2010
Organizations in Idaho, including businesses, schools and government agencies, are investing in videoconferencing technology to save money on travel and increase their resources beyond the walls of the office or classroom, the Idaho Statesman reports.
SAP has implemented a number of green solutions that have made the company more efficient. SAP saves, goes green with videoconferencing
December 20, 2010
International software giant SAP recently discovered that videoconferencing, more than many other green technologies, can help it save money while also reducing its carbon footprint, Greentech Media reports.
Employees find themselves more motivated to be productive when communicating through videoconferencing. Videoconferencing increases worker productivity, study finds
December 9, 2010
Despite the greater flexibility provided by online communications, such as email and instant messaging, employees find themselves more motivated to be productive when communicating through videoconferencing, according to a recent report by Damova.
 Businesses looking to reduce their carbon footprint can to do by investing in new technology, including energy-saving computers, solar paneling or a mercury-free business projector. Certification program urges Indiana businesses to go green
November 30, 2010
Ecologically friendly businesses in Lafayette, Indiana, now have the opportunity to show off their credentials through the Clear-Blue-Green certification program, Journal & Courier recently reported.
Hewlett-Packard's Visual Collaboration can be used with a business projector to reduce travel costs. New HP products expand videoconferencing flexibility
November 23, 2010
Hewlett-Packard recently announced the release of its new solution to provide businesses with greater access to high-definition videoconferencing on both desktop and conference room platforms.
The Government Video Expo is expected to educate professionals about audiovisual and video, including pointers for programming a business projector. Video expo expansion aims to train government A/V professionals
November 17, 2010
Electronics media publisher NewBay Media recently announced a partnership with InfoComm International to host a conference designed to educate and train government audio/video professionals.
To enhance video feeds, many companies will connect videoconferencing equipment to an HD-TV, LED monitor or USB projector. Enterprise videoconferencing in high demand
November 4, 2010
With the flurry of new technology announcements in recent weeks, it is apparent that enterprise videoconferencing is in high demand, according to NetworkWorld.
After two years of decline, the videoconferencing market is expected to bounce back next year and could reach as much as $10.8 billion by 2015. Videoconferencing market to hit $10.8 billion by 2015, study says
November 2, 2010
After two years of notable decline, the videoconferencing market is expected to bounce back next year and could reach as much as $10.8 billion by 2015, according to a recent study by Global Industry Analysts.
The new Greenwood Chamber of Commerce office includes a private office and a conference room with an overhead projector. Greenwood Chamber gets new location, new technology
October 29, 2010
The Greenwood Chamber of Commerce in Greenwood, Indiana, recently showed off its new 2,900-square-foot headquarters to a crowd of over 200, reports.
Nonprofits can improve their outdated technology by purchasing items such as a new energy-efficient printer, LED monitor or DLP projector for videoconferencing and presentations. Software giant pledges funding to Philadelphia nonprofit for tech project
October 29, 2010
Nonprofit organization NPower Pennsylvania has received a $20,000 pledge from software corporation SAP to help fund the organizationís mission to ensure all nonprofits in the area can use technology to better serve the community.
PricewaterhouseCoopers topped Computerworld's list of top sustainable IT departments. Computerworld unveils top green IT departments
October 26, 2010
Computerworld recently announced its list of the top 12 IT departments that are reducing energy consumption and using IT equipment to create energy efficiency.
Businesses looking to reduce their carbon footprint can invest in energy-saving technology such as a low-powered computer or mercury-free business projector. Electronics giant aims to reduce energy by 15 percent
October 25, 2010
Electronics manufacturer Siemens recently announced plans to make all its offices in India green by investing in technology that reduce carbon emissions and energy costs.
The GSA has been instrumental in implementing ecofriendly initiatives, such as adding energy-saving technology and hybrid vehicles to federal agencies. Government promotes sustainability at GreenGov Symposium
October 21, 2010
Government officials from the General Services Administration recently lent their environmental sustainability expertise at the GreenGov Symposium in Washington, D.C.
To maximize videoconferencing, many companies will connect a computer to a high-definition USB projector. Easing network requirements make HD videoconferencing more accessible
October 21, 2010
Many telepresence vendors would have companies believe the requirements of deploying high-definition videoconferencing are rigid. But, according to a recent TechTarget article, some creative IT professionals are finding cost-efficient methods to conduct meetings in HD.
Business investments in technologies, such as cloud computing or a DLP projector for presentations, are altering the landscape of IT spending. Worldwide IT spending to reach $2.5 trillion in 2011, report says
October 19, 2010
Worldwide enterprise IT spending is predicted to reach $2.5 trillion in 2011, a slight growth from $2.4 trillion in 2010, according a recent report from Gartner.
Online service providers are making it easier for businesses to connect with one another through videoconferencing, which can be used in connection with a business projector to include more employees. Companies looking toward the cloud for video conferencing
October 19, 2010
Cloud computing has become one of the hottest topics on IT executives minds in recent years. Internet-based computing has provided companies with cheaper and scalable resources for a variety of services, including software, data storage and servers.
Research and Market says planning and implementation are key to developing a realistic sustainability strategy. Sustainability course teaches businesses how to go green
October 15, 2010
Research and Markets recently announced a training course to help businesses adopt environmentally sustainable practices.
Windows Phone 7 features a number of applications that allow businesspeople to stay connected through their smartphones. Windows 7 phones could simplify business presentations
October 12, 2010
At a recent launch event, Microsoft unveiled its new Windows Phone 7 mobile operating system and demonstrated how it plans to become the optimal OS for enterprise smartphones.
According to Verdantix, business environmental sustainability spending is expected to increase by 11 percent in 2010 and will reach $60 billion by 2014. U.S. firms to double sustainability spending in four years
October 11, 2010
A recent study by analyst firm Verdantix predicts sustainable investments by businesses in the United States will reach $60 billion by 2014.
Football fans in Long Beach, Florida can catch the game on the largest television projection screen in North America at Legends Bar. Long Beach bar installs enormous television projection screen
October 7, 2010
Last Monday, patrons of Legends Bar in Long Beach, Florida had the chance to watch the New England Patriots battle the Miami Dolphins on the largest television projection screen in North America.
A business' decision to adopt green technology is often influenced by the bottom line. Financial considerations influence green tech adoption
September 28, 2010
For many businesses, the decision to adopt sustainable technology is influenced by a number of decisions. Environmental responsibility is a major driver, as is corporate image.
The Dodge City Public Library will hold a video conference class to teach people about contemporary music devices. Library to hold online music video conference
September 27, 2010
The Dodge City Public Library in Dodge City, Kansas, will hold a video conference class to teach people about contemporary music devices, the Dodge City Daily Times reports.
Videoconferencing allows more employees to participate in meetings and can reduce travel costs. Study: Videoconferencing key part of intra-company collaboration
September 22, 2010
A recent study found that videoconferencing is a key aspect of collaboration between businesses.
As IT budgets increase, CIOs say they will invest in cost-saving technology. Companies to increase IT budgets in 2011, survey says
September 21, 2010
A recent survey by the Society for Information Management indicated that corporate IT departments plan to increase their IT budgets and salaries in 2011, and invest more in cost-saving technology.
Demand for new products and software has helped strengthen the technology industry. Tech demand helps stabilize metro areas
September 9, 2010
Demand in the technology sector has helped improve the economic strength in some metro areas as companies are looking to spend more on electronics and upgrade their software.
Research has shown sustainable technology, such as green data centers, continue to experience growth Green data center adoption increasing, signals move toward efficient technology
August 20, 2010
Researchers from Environmental Leader Insights recently forecasted the U.S. green data center market to increase from its current $3.8 billion valueto $13.8 billion in 2015. The rise represents a compound annual growth rate of 29 percent during the period.
Green technology continues to be an effective cost-cutting measure for many health facilities and businesses in the country Sustainable technology can benefit numerous industries
August 17, 2010
Hospitals and healthcare facilities across the country have saved on expenses by incorporating green technology into their operations. Products, such as air filtration systems, are not only more environmentally friendly, but can also result in lhigh long-term costs that result from energy usage.
Gartner expects the IT market to grow by 2.9 percent in 2010, paving the way for new technology upgrades Communication companies to spend 3.6 percent more on IT in 2010
August 12, 2010
Research firm Gartner recently adjusted its IT market forecast, predicting the industry will continue to grow, just not as much as the firm had expected.
Small- and medium-sized businesses plan to increase IT spending could mean more sustainable equipment in the workplace Half of SMBs expect to spend 20 percent on IT during the next year, survey reveals
August 12, 2010
A newly released survey concerning small- and medium-sized businesses found a large number of SMBs plan to increase their spending on technology and services during the next 12 months.
New fiber-optic cables will allow Vermont libraries to maximize use of new technological equipment New grants to allow Vermont Libraries to introduce latest technology
August 9, 2010
A total of 53 public libraries in Vermont will benefit from federal funding that will pay for the installation of a high-speed fiber-optic cable network.
A new survey has found many businesses will increase their IT spending this year Nearly 50 percent of business leaders expect an increase in their IT budgets, survey finds
August 4, 2010
A recent study has found nearly 50 percent of business leaders expect their IT budgets to increase during the second half of 2010.
Canadian businesses are looking to increase spending as the economy improves New study discovers 80 percent of Canadian business leaders plan to increase spending
August 4, 2010
Bank of Montreal released a study on Wednesday showing the majority of Canadian business owners are confident the economy is turning around.
A new report finds business spending may soon pick up Businesses to increase spending on new long-lasting products, report signals
August 2, 2010
Companies scaled back during the recession, cutting costs where they could to survive the doldrums of the U.S. economic crisis. However, a new report finds cost-cutting measures may have reached their peak, with increased business spending expected to stimulate the economy.
A new survey finds business are spending an increasing amount on green-energy products 75 percent of companies investing in green products, new survey finds
July 29, 2010
Companies are increasing their green-energy purchases to save money through reduced energy costs, according to a recent survey from Forrester Research.
The 12th Clean Business Investment Summit will bring together clean energy leaders Clean Business Investment Summit to take place in mid August
July 23, 2010
The California Coast Venture Forum recently announced the 12th annual Clean Business Investment Summit, which will take place on August 13 at the Corwin pavilion at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Tennessee library will spend more than $19,000 on new technology Tennesee library awarded state technology grant
July 21, 2010
Blount County Public Library was recently selected to receive a $9,600 technology grant to invest in new computers and other technology equipment.
Projectors can help enhance the benefits of new interactive technologies Interactive whiteboard technology can help modernize business practices
July 14, 2010
Luidia has developed a new interactive technology that allows businesses to turn a wall into a computerized touch screen using a remote control-sized device.
USB projectors havebecoem an essential asset for many businesses USB projectors becoming more common in the business market
July 13, 2010
USB projectors have become a useful tool for many businesses and companies around the world because of their affordability and versatility.
Mental healt facilities will use fiber-optic connections to improve patient care Northern New York uses fiber network to expand treatment options
July 12, 2010
Mental health facilities in northern New York will use advanced technology to help provide patients with convenient ways to seek professional treatments.
A new Pennsylvania bill will promote job growth and business spending Pennsylvania bill will add jobs and help with investment
July 9, 2010
On Friday, Pennsylvania Governor Edward Rendell signed a jobs bill that will lead to $1.2 billion in new investments throughout the state. The bill enables the Redevelopment Assistance Capital program to fund projects that promote job growth and energy efficiency.
Videoconferencing can be a helpful asset for many businesses Businesses should consider needs before building a videoconferencing strategy
July 9, 2010
Companies considering videoconferencing strategies must first identify their needs before integrating the technology, according to Search Unified Communications. When a business finds a strategy that fits its needs, it must then establish supporting services to help make the technology easy to use and maximize efficiency.
Businesses may help fuel economic growth with increased spending and employment Businesses look to investment opportunities and new hires as tools for growth
July 7, 2010
Business analysts expect the technology companies in the Standard & Poor’s 500 to earn more than $43 billion in the fourth quarter of 2010, a significant improvement from pre-recession peaks, the Chicago Tribune reports.
A U.S. economist expects business investments to increase in the second-half of 2010 Economist cites business spending as key to second-half growth
July 7, 2010
Although the overall numbers pertaining to the U.S. economy remain somewhat inconclusive, there are specific figures that show promise for the country’s financial situation.
A recent survey found many Americans prefer electronic documents to hard copies U.S. adults are tired of paper forms, look to electronic documents
July 7, 2010
A recent survey found conserving paper to be a major priority among American adults.
American businesses are looking to invest in new equipment this year Businesses looking to invest in new equipment
July 6, 2010
The technology industry is expected to grow this year, according to the San Francisco Chronicle. With the U.S. economy experiencing signs of a recovery, many businesses are regaining confidence and will look to reinvest in new equipment.
A new report calls on businesses to lower their carbon footprint New environmental study recommends move to sustainable technology
July 6, 2010
The International Energy Agency released a new report on Thursday highlighting the need for low-carbon technology, Business Green relays.
Consumer demand for clean products is increasing, accordign to a recent survey Survey finds consumers want more sustainable products
July 2, 2010
Businesses may want to increase their supply of green products in light of a recent online survey, which found growing consumer demand for clean goods.
Manufacturers are expected to invest $3.4 billion in carbon management during the next seven years Manufacturing industry looks to sustainable products to reduce carbon footprint
July 2, 2010
Reducing carbon emissions has become a priority for many businesses that aim to be more environmentally friendly and also hope to reduce their long-term expenses.
New telecommuting technologies present a cost-cutting opportunity for businesses Videoconferencing a useful tool for cutting travel expenses
July 1, 2010
Focusing on sustainable practices not only strengthens a company’s perception with the public, but it can help it save on annual expenses. The Globe and Mail released a report on Wednesday stating investment in videoconferencing technology is one of five unique strategies through which an organization can reduce its expenditures while also being kind to Mother Earth.
Clean technology has helped businesses prosper CEOs finding green initiatives can help them save on expenses
June 30, 2010
Company CEOs may be finally coming around on green initiatives as new clean energy technologies allow businesses to reduce their long-term costs and strengthen their public image, according to a ZDNet report.
A rise in U.S. incomes coupled with job growth could mean economic growth U.S. incomes increase as private employers add new jobs
June 29, 2010
Incomes for U.S. workers increased for the sixth time in seven months, according to an Associated Press report released on Monday.
New skype version may offer businesses a more efficient way to connect with clients Businesses may benefit from Skype beta 5.0’s multi-party videoconferencing
June 29, 2010
Skype recently released a beta version of its 5.0 software for Windows, which will enable users to conduct multi-party videoconferencing.
Videoconferencing has become an essential tool for businesses Business use telepresence to save money
June 29, 2010
Many businesses have had to find alternative methods of conducting meetings with clients to reduce travel expenses and save on overall operational costs.
Colorado's focus on clean energy has helped its economy New study finds Colorado’s clean energy industry expanding
June 28, 2010
A recent study found Colorado’s clean energy economy has helped fuel the state toward economic growth.
Researchers expect businesses to increase investment and new hires Business earnings are up 34 percent since the first quarter of 2009
June 25, 2010
An increase in business investment and a pickup in consumer spending may result in positive third quarter results, according to a Bloomberg Businessweek report released on Friday.
Businesses are experiencing growth in foreign markets U.S. manufacturers achieve largest order backlog in nearly six years
June 24, 2010
Manufacturers of heavy equipment and communications equipment are experiencing encouraging growth with products aimed at foreign markets, according to the Globe and Mail.
Businesses increased their orders for capital goods by 2.1 percent in May Business spending increases 2.1 percent in May
June 24, 2010
According to data in the Census Bureau’s durable goods orders released this morning, businesses continue to feel confident in the direction of the economy and are looking for new investments.
A new study shows that law firms plan to increase IT spending this year U.S. law firms plan to spend more on IT in 2010
June 22, 2010
A new study from CompTIA indicates that U.S. law firms are looking to increase their IT spending in 2010.
A recent survey shows many Longmont businesses may hire more workers this year Longmont businesses report increase in jobs and R&D
June 22, 2010
Employees and businesses in Longmont, California have begun their ascent from the economic pits, according to a recent survey from the Longmont Area Economic Council.
New Motorola smartphone will feature HDMI output New Motorola Droid X to feature HDMI output
June 21, 2010
Motorola's new Droid X smartphone may offer businesses greater flexibility during meetings and presentations.
Kentucky continues to add more jobs as the economy recovers Kentucky experiences job growth as economy recovers
June 18, 2010
Kentucky added 6,500 jobs last month, which signaled the first time since February 2008 that the state had more jobs than the year before, the Courier-Journal reports.
A new survey shows that businesses will spend more money on new computers this year Businesses to spend more on PCs in 2010
June 18, 2010
Small- and medium-sized businesses in the U.S. will spend more money on new computers this year, according to NPD.
Companies have started investing new equipment Increase in business spending leads to rise in manufacturing
June 17, 2010
Companies have begun reinvesting in new equipment and infrastructure, according to a recent Bloomberg Businessweek report.
Federal government has passed a tax deduction bill through the U.S. House of Representatives Small businesses may benefit from new tax cut
June 16, 2010
The U.S. House of Representatives recently passed a bill to help new small businesses get their feet off the ground.
Ten Michigan companies will receive tax credits to help create jobs 10 Michigan companies receive tax credits for investments
June 16, 2010
On Tuesday, 10 Michigan companies were approved for tax credits that may help the struggling state keep 10,000 jobs and enable it to offer 1,000 more.
U.S. small businesses are buying more equipment online than ever before. Small businesses prefer to buy IT hardware online
June 14, 2010
U.S. small businesses are shifting toward purchasing their computer equipment online as opposed to retail stores, according to a recent Access Markets International report.
Businesses should consider whether an item is necessary and efficient before investing Companies should consider need and efficiency when investing in new tech
June 11, 2010
As many businesses continue to consider different alternatives to save money and become more eco-friendly, a Times-Standard report suggests that companies should consider whether an item is
"necessary" and whether it is "efficient" before investing in it.
The American Energy Innovation Council recommends spending $16 billion annually on energy innovation American Energy Innovation Council issues recommendations for energy innovation
June 10, 2010
Earlier today, the American Energy Innovation Council outlined four recommendations to help the U.S. boost energy innovation, including creating an expert-filled independent national strategy board and creating a program to build large-scale pilot projects.
A new survey shows that Connecticut businesses are investing in sustainable practices New Connecticut survey shows increase in green business practices
June 10, 2010
The Connecticut Business & Industry Association's fourth annual Sustainability and Connecticut Business Survey, released on Wednesday, suggested that the major obstacles inhibiting companies from implementing green practices are upfront costs and lack of knowledge.
Sixty-one percent of small business owners think clean energy is good for the economy Small business owners want clean energy policies
June 9, 2010
Small business owners are thinking green, according to a recent bi-partisan survey conducted by Greenberg Quinlan Research and American Viewpoint, on behalf of Small Business Majority, We Can Lead and American Businesses for Clean Energy.
Casio unveiled its Green Slim line of projectors on Tuesday Casio showcases new mercury-free projector
June 8, 2010
On Tuesday, electronics maker Casio unveiled its Green Slim line of next-generation mercury-free projectors, the first high-brightness data projectors to not use mercury bulbs, at InfoComm 2010 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Europeans are expected to double their spending on "green" products by 2015 European spending on "green" goods to double by 2015
June 1, 2010
The Center of Retail Research expects European consumers to take advantage of a drop in price premiums on "green" goods, according to a report from Kelkoo.
Businesses will look to spend more on technology during 2010 Business IT spending to increase by more than 4 percent during 2010
June 1, 2010
A report from Gartner found that worldwide businesses will spend more than 4 percent more for IT budgeting during 2010 than they did during the previous year, Network World reports.
Less patent restrictions could mean more green technology for companies U.S. Patent office wants more green technology, eases up on restrictions
May 28, 2010
Recently, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office changed its application process for accepting green technology, hoping to attract more green inventions, CNET reports.
A new center in North Carolina will train people to find jobs New training center in North Carolina helps unemployed find work
May 21, 2010
A new center in East Durham, North Carolina has recently opened intending to help the unemployed find jobs through training and advice sessions, the Sunderland Echo reports.
Green tech conference brings major players Florida conference on green technology draws big business crowds
May 17, 2010
A Wednesday summit held at the Orlando Science Center targeted business leaders as potentially crucial figures in the fight to help protect the environment, hosting discussions about the best way to integrate green technology into the commercial realm.
Cutting down on energy costs, inside and out Green buildings helping to pave the way to energy efficiency
May 11, 2010
Along with increased use of green office technology, updates to the materials and designs used on the offices themselves have helped early-adopting businesses both cut their energy costs and their impact on the surrounding environment.
Cut down on e-waste with new-model electronics Older-model projector lamps could be considered hazardous waste
May 5, 2010
Specialized services are necessary to properly handle the recycling of older-model projector lamps, since they may contain dangerous chemicals like mercury, according to Projector Lamp Services.
American offices not so green Study: American offices provide few environmental benefits
April 30, 2010
Despite the revolutionary technological advances that have been made in recent years, U.S. office buildings continue to lag far behind the curve, particularly in the arena of green technology, according to the results of an IBM study released Thursday.
Green IT will help with bottom line Report: Green IT can help firms weather recession
April 30, 2010
While environmental concerns have not in and of themselves become a more significant consideration for businesses, the economic upsides inherent in most green technologies have been thrown into sharp relief by the recent recession. British tech news website IT Pro said that more and more businesses have looked to green their business technology in recent months.
Federal agencies going green Federal agencies adopting green technology
April 30, 2010
A sure sign that the move toward green IT is taking root across organizations is the news that numerous agencies of the federal government have seized the opportunity to reduce their expenses and help the environment.
Tech giants keeping landfills clear of e-waste Electronics makers team up to promote green technology, reduce waste
April 23, 2010
Microsoft is the latest electronics giant to join Dell and Goodwill Industries in the Reconnect program, which aims to reduce the amount of hazardous e-waste headed to landfills and create green jobs.
Small businesses getting in on the green act Small businesses, like big corporations, have a stake in green computing
April 21, 2010
There are a number of easy steps that can be taken by small businesses looking to retool their technology use for smaller carbon footprints and stronger bottom lines, according to Andrea Peiro, writing in a column for
Green technology on the grow Report: Green technology booming as economy begins to stabilize
April 19, 2010
Several high-profile IPOs in both the U.S. and in foreign nations are the clearest sign yet of the growing corporate interest - and investment in - green technology, according to BusinessWeek.
New MacBooks will feature HDMI support Apple announces HDMI support for DisplayPort, but offers few specifics
April 15, 2010
Tuesday's roll-out of a revamped MacBook Pro saw Apple, for the first time, offer support for the popular HDMI display protocol that is widely used in home theater and entertainment center setups.
Wal-Mart going green Wal-Mart talks up green technology at business conference
April 13, 2010
The world's largest retailer is determined to reduce its carbon footprint, said representatives of Wal-Mart at the Fortune Brainstorm Green conference in Southern California this week.
Philadelphia green business initiative is one year old Green business initiative in Philadelphia celebrates one-year anniversary
April 9, 2010
The Greater Philadelphia Green Business Program has been in existence for a year, and the organization on Wednesday announced that it had made great strides in greening Philadelphia businesses.
Industry looking to green tech Green technology on display at high-profile auto show
April 2, 2010
The proliferation of green-themed exhibitions at the New York Auto Show could be a sign of things to come for not just the auto industry, but American enterprise in general, analysts say.
Businesses looking to green tech Green technology making a comeback in the business world
April 1, 2010
Energy-efficient technology - particularly as applied to the business sector - has bounced back stronger than ever from the recent recession, reports indicate.
Health bill could boost green tech Silicon Valley business leaders offer opinions on health bill
March 29, 2010
The passage of landmark healthcare reform legislation is set to make its mark on almost every walk of American life, and the tech sector is no exception. Some Silicon Valley businesspeople spoke to the San Francisco Chronicle about what the health bill would mean to their sectors.
CTIA focuses on green tech Green tech one of the focuses of CTIA Wireless conference
March 26, 2010
Along with Google Android and a generally combative spirit amongst the major wireless players, one of the main focuses of this week's CTIA Wireless conference was green technology, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Projectors in use for advertising Projection signage and other large-scale visual advertisements are growth industries, expert says
March 25, 2010
Marketers spend $3.5 billion per year just to create the content that goes up on digital and projection signage in the U.S., according to Lyle Bunn, writing at Digital Signage Today.
Business projectors are crucial presentation tools Expert: Business projectors can highlight important presentation points
March 24, 2010
With cutting-edge technology that can display high-quality images and associated sound, AV projectors are an important piece of business technology, according to UK-based events industry website TSNN.
U-dub offering eco-friendly MBA courses University of Washington offers green instruction to MBA students
March 18, 2010
Accelerating moves toward sustainability and efficiency in the business community prompted the University of Washington's MBA program to offer courses in how students can best use the technology available to them to save both money and the environment.

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