As the government places a stronger focus on sustainability in its operations, providers who want to win and retain public sector contracts will need to ensure they meet the new standards.

But how can becoming more sustainable help suppliers work better with the public sector? To answer that, we spoke with Steve Husky, head of sustainability at Circular Computing, in our big interview this month.

Chris Newberry and Paul Taylor of Teradata discuss how sustainability fits into the retailer / CPG of the future concept, how it can enhance customer engagement and experience, and improve supply chain operations.

Paul Thompson of Consenna and Matt Frank of Ancoris discuss sustainability within the channel, the path to carbon neutrality and the role that education must play in achieving this in our industry roundtable.

Martin McLeod of ILM Highland explains how a new service launched by a social enterprise and charity in the Scottish Highlands will update unused and unwanted laptops – turning them into affordable, high-quality Chromebooks.

Mark Glasspool of Tech Data tells us more about the company’s latest technology upgrade and recycling program, offering more exchange options for guaranteed recycling and asset disposal of data centers and infrastructure products.

Our much-revered rising stars of the under-30 industry are back in 2022. We’ve rediscovered some of the industry’s best young tech talent, with two lucky winners receiving a much-coveted ticket to attend this year’s PCR Awards gala.

During International Women’s Day in March, we spoke with key women industry leaders in the channel from a number of industry sectors to learn more about how their careers have led them to the channel and what life as a woman technology leader is like. and why more women need to consider a career in the technology channel.

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