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Breaking news from ihotdesk, the home of IT outsourcing in London:
The trend towards greener working practices is likely to lead businesses to spend more on information technology, according to industry experts.

Category Outsourcing
02 May 2008
 
The trend towards greener working practices is likely to lead businesses to spend more on information technology, according to industry experts.

A survey of UK technology companies found that 43 per cent of chief information officers (CIOs) are willing to pay more for equipment and services from "sustainable" suppliers, while more than half of staff would work remotely in order to help their employers meet green targets, reports IT Pro.

David Meads, operational director for technology vendor Cisco in the UK and Ireland, told the news provider: "CIOs are highly involved in driving the green agenda.

"Sustainability is very much a board level issue but IT departments are the people who can drive it."

Mr Meads went on to say that technologies such as unified communications are both sustainable and able to improve profits.

This news follows an announcement earlier this week by broadband provider Nildram that the company has developed a portfolio of internet services designed specifically for small and medium-sized business enterprises.


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