Circular IT is the future. Want to learn more about how to make your IT environment circular? On this page, you'll find a roundup of news, case studies, blogs, and articles to help you get started.

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The Cradle-to-Grave KPI for End-User Computing

The cradle-to-grave KPI for end-user computing measures the environmental impact of digital devices throughout their life cycle, from manufacturing to disposal. By extending the lifespan of devices and choosing devices with a lower carbon footprint, organizations can reduce their environmental impact.

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Why do we exist? Be a Climate Impact Officer

In 2025, most larger companies will have to apply the new rules for corporate sustainability in their reporting for fiscal 2024. Chief Information Officers play a critical role in making ESG (enterprise, social, governance) tangible. CIOs must act as Climate Impact Officers.

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blog Acquisition options

Circular IT versus Refurbished

What IT can learn from fashion in circularity. Fashion marketplaces for pre-owned designer brands and vintage clothes like Vinted are booming. The burning platform is that we have enough clothes on this planet to dress six generations of the human race.

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JAS Worldwide

Founded in 1978 in Milan, Italy, and headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, JAS has evolved from its regional roots into one of the world's largest family-owned logistics companies.

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Useful tool for ESG reporting

From 2024, large companies in the EU will be required to report on their sustainability, climate or corporate social responsibility performance. This is laid down in the corporate sustainability reporting directive (CSRD).

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blog E-waste

The circular economy: the solution to e-waste

E-waste, or electronic waste, is a rapidly growing problem worldwide. It consists of discarded electrical and electronic devices, such as computers, phones, and TVs. This waste often contains valuable resources, such as metals, plastics, and rare earth metals.

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