Results for Technology & Innovation

Inclusion: HP works to spread the net

Inclusion: HP works to spread the net

November 01, 2004 Briefing talks to Didier Philippe about how HP is using a community-based programme to improve its service offering to the four billion people living in emerging markets, while delivering clear social benefits in the process. Read more >
Volunteering news round-up

Volunteering news round-up

July 31, 2004 The UK government is gearing up for another call on companies to help promote volunteering. While the business case is clear, the public sector should be investing resources too. Read more >
The benefits of new technology?

The benefits of new technology?

March 01, 2004 Within countries and between countries, a "digital divide" has become apparent between those who have access to ICT tools and those that do not. However, there are now increasing signs that the early efforts to close the divide are starting to bear fruit. Read more >
Net gains: producer responsibilities in a digital world

Net gains: producer responsibilities in a digital world

November 01, 2003 Today's digital society of ebanking and mobile phones finds consumers more empowered than ever before. Does this reduce businesses' responsibility for the impact of their products? Not if the sustainable potential of these new technologies is ever going to be recognised, Vidhya Alakeson argues. Read more >
Elena Bonfiglioli: the full interview

Elena Bonfiglioli: the full interview

August 31, 2003 The full Briefing interview with Elena Bonfiglioli, who six months ago swapped her advocacy hat and convenor cloak at CSR Europe, for the garb of the day-to-day CSR practitioner. Briefing asked Microsoft’s new CSR manager for Europe, Middle East and Africa how she feels in her new clothes. Read more >
New technology: beyond the dot.com backlash

New technology: beyond the dot.com backlash

December 01, 2002 Recent job cuts at Cable & Wireless, following the share price collapse, and the near disappearance of Marconi, provide just two more reminders that the bursting of the dot.com bubble has had a 'real economy' cost. Read more >
New technology news round-up

New technology news round-up

December 01, 2002 Is there life-after-death for the dot.com revolution? Yes, if the continuing flow of initiatives from ICT companies is to be believed. Now, old economy companies should reexamine the role they can play. Read more >