From the American Geophysical Union Fall Conference in San Francisco: Former Vice President Al Gore speaks about a recent policy that requires scientists to submit their findings to the current administration.
By ZDNet Staff
| December 14, 2006 -- 23:13 GMT (15:13 PST)
| Topic: CXO
Digital Health and Wellness
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Brazilian tech companies must encourage gender diversity
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Tottenham Hotspur Football Club wants fans to think of its new state-of-the-art stadium as a destination first and a sports ground second.
Why it's time for the tech industry to take gender diversity seriously
The tech industry is still doing too little to make gender diversity a priority. That needs to change, says Booking.com.
IT spending in 2019 revised down amid data center woes
Gartner said currency fluctuations will ding global IT spending, but the data center market will contract.
Microsoft's green plan: Our data centers will run on 60% renewable energy by 2020
Microsoft sets new environmental targets and doubles its internal carbon tax.
Tech in the NHS: This is what needs to change first
Forget AI and VR; if the NHS wants to use tech to improve healthcare, it needs to start with something else.
The questions CIOs need to ask about their firm’s cloud application exposure