Computing Canada looks for the green

In an upcoming special report on Technology and the Environment, Computing Canada will talk to companies about their environmental efforts on the technology front. Is buying ‘green’ technology a priority, and if so, how do they go about doing it?

And how do they handle getting rid of their

computers and accessories when they’ve outlived their usefulness? If you know companies we should be talking to, please contact us today.

Computing Canada is working on a three-part series on the use of service-oriented architecture to make software open and reusable. We’re interested in talking to companies that are using service-oriented architecture such as Web services and pre-packaged adapters to open up existing applications. What are the challenges involved and what kinds of solutions are companies using? We would also be interested in speaking to companies that are developing new software with a mind towards keeping it open and reusable.

Please contact Poonam Khanna at [email protected] if you know of companies we should be talking to.

Poonam Khanna is the assistant editor at Computing Canada and is always looking for case studies for the [email protected] and Enterprise sections.

These sections cover a variety of topics, including wireless technology, voice over IP, CRM, ERP, data warehousing, hardware, peripherals and security. As well, Poonam also edits the Products section, so please send press releases regarding new products her way, with accompanying product shots if available. Poonam can be reached at [email protected].

Sales contact: Brad McBride [email protected]

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