Tech’s Red-Hot Hiring Spree Shows Signs of Cooling

High-profile tech companies have announced plans to slow hiring or cut jobs, and are in some cases warning employees to brace themselves for tougher times. Read More...


Microsoft Wants to Share Its Climate Secret

Microsoft ( ) has positioned itself to be a climate change leader by encouraging its customers to shift to storing its data in its cloud service, Microsoft Azure. Shifting to the cloud means that companies can slash energy usage by 65% and cut carbon emissions by more than 84%, according to research by Accenture. In June, the software giant along with Accenture ( ) and their joint venture, Avanade, said they would work together to focus on finding climate change solutions to help companies emit less carbon by providing advisory services to them such as including sustainability when they design new products and services.

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