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BCS video debate: IT policies and your green credentials

Back in February this year I tool part in one of a series of video debates on green IT hosted by the BCS as one of four “industry experts” (I’m an expert – go me! :p). The topic was “IT policies and your green credentials” and we were trying to address the following questions:

  • What does it take to be really green?
  • What needs to be in IT policies?
  • How can we tell myth from truth in an emotive area?

The protagonists:

  • Chair: BCS managing editor Brian Runciman.
  • Tracey Rawling Church from Kyocera Mita
  • Louise Richards, chief executive, Computer Aid International
  • David Critchley, director of retail and professional services at Cisco
  • Kate Craig Wood, managing director of Memset and a member of the BCS Data Centre SG

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