MetTel, a digital transformation leader and nationwide mobile communications provider, today announced the launch of Mobile Device as a Service (MDaaS), coupling MetTel’s leading wireless service with a fully managed device offering that covers the entire lifecycle of secure enterprise mobility, from device deployment to return and ultimately, to recycling, enhancing the experience of its mobile services portfolio to enterprises nationwide. In today’s distributed work environment, mobility is playing an integral role in helping many businesses maintain daily operations with full mobile network access to all applications and services regardless of where employees are working. At the same time, managing hundreds, if not thousands, of devices for businesses introduces complex operational challenges often requiring special expertise as IT balances multiple types of devices, plans and carriers. MetTel’s MDaaS solution solves for all of these challenges, and will be on display at the Channel Partners Conference & Expo 2022 (April 11-14, 2022). MetTel will be showcasing the MDaaS solution at its meeting room (MR13).
European Parliament has approved a new law banning single-use plastic items such as plates, cutlery, straws and cotton buds sticks. …
Following the publication of the landmark Dasgupta Review, which argued the case for biodiversity considerations to be embedded in all economic decisions by the government, a new commitment for all large infrastructure projects to be ‘nature-positive’ has been made. The UK’s 2019 ‘State of Nature’ report revealed that most UK species have declined since the 1970s, with 15% now facing extinction. The commitment has been announced by the Treasury today (14 June) in its formal written response to the Dasgupta Review on valuing biodiversity. Published in February, the finished Review provides guidance on how policymakers can account for the economic, social and environmental value of nature when making decisions. Commentators have dubbed the piece of work the nature-related equivalent to the Stern Review on climate change. In its response to the Review, the UK government reiterates a commitment to improve nature. The nation is currently well off-track to deliver on a flagship pledge to leave nature better for the next generation.
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IBM’s sustainability goal to procure 55 percent of its energy from renewable sources by 2025 and how the company uses technology to help solve environmental challenges.