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Denis Pombriant
The 4 Laws of Conservation in CRM
11/30/11 5:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 1001 Words

But a company and a marketing department worth its salt needs to recycle these opportunities, nurturing them until they're, well, ripe.

This once was a pie-in-the-sky idea, but no more. Few companies can afford to waste an opportunity, and conserving them requires...

Vivian Wagner
Rewards for Recycling: Q&A With Gazelle CEO Israel Ganot, Part 1
08/23/11 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 811 Words

And on the recycling side, I went to a retail store with a couple of BlackBerries and asked to recycle them, and I was asked to pay for the privilege.

The idea came about: How about rewarding consumers for recycling? It was...

John K. Higgins
The Greening of Government IT
08/02/11 5:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 796 Words

In addition to the equipment procurement program, federal agencies will initiate a robust program to re-use and recycle electronic equipment, including encouragement of U.S. based recycling centers and cooperative efforts with manufacturers on take-back programs.

Vendor Cooperation
The Obama...

Chris Maxcer
If iPad Wants to Be All the E-Reader It Can Be ...
09/21/10 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1316 Words

And I waste precious seconds of my life identifying ads for ceramic figurines or dinner plates with images of wildlife painted on them that I'll need to recycle. I could subscribe to the online Web versions, but the delivery of the content...

Ed Moyle
Why Is Your IT Audit Taking So Long?
05/18/10 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1136 Words

Step 1: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
The first thing to remember when it comes to streamlining any audit is to make sure that you view the audit itself as a way to prepare for future audits. In other words, this year's...

Paul Hartsock
Microsoft vs. the Zombie Hordes
02/26/10 9:59 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 2663 Words

Plenty of people are aware that they should recycle, but sometimes even a seemingly OK recycler will just toss all the discarded material it gets onto a boat bound for China or India. From there it goes to these e-waste hellhole...

Rob Enderle
Does Green Matter to You?
09/07/09 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1301 Words

It goes to great lengths to use recycled materials when building its products, and it ships them in environmentally safe packaging, which, while not as attractive as Apple's, is vastly easier to recycle. Going Green is kind of a religion at Lenovo,...

Richard Adhikari
HP Targets SMBs With Low-Cost Laptop Line
04/28/09 1:13 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 748 Words

This permanently deletes individual files, folders and personally identifiable information from the hard drive so the user can recycle the laptop without fear of information theft.

Users who forget their passwords can still access their laptops through the HP SpareKey feature. This...

Jack M. Germain
The Deepest Shade of Green
03/23/09 6:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1025 Words

It's one thing for IT managers to remind a company's workers to throttle back on wasteful energy use now and then and recycle old equipment effectively; it's quite another to implement real energy-saving procedures. More times than not, companies do more talking about...

Chris Maxcer
Kido Worm Keeps On Truckin' via USB Thumb Drives
01/16/09 11:32 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 758 Words

It operates by copying itself in a random folder created inside the Recycler directory, BitDefender said, which is used by the Recycle Bin to store deleted files, and creating an autorun.inf file in the root folder. The worm executes automatically if the Autorun...

Jason Z. Cohen
No Love, but Plenty of Like, for the G1
11/21/08 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 938 Words

Besides, when my battery gets old and worn out, I can recycle it and put in a new one.

The GPS function sometimes takes an unduly long time to get a lock on my position, which makes using my favorite app, CardioTracker,...

Tara Kelly
Building a Better Password
09/29/08 6:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 784 Words

Just because S10wDr1v3r is a relatively strong password, and perhaps stronger than the one you were previously using, it doesn't mean that you can recycle it. Reusing passwords is never a good idea. Think of it like a domino effect -- if one...

Denis Pombriant
Sustainability and CRM
08/06/08 4:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 817 Words

For instance, the paper bag you get at the store is now "recyclable" -- a sustainable idea, which basically says that if you care to recycle it, that's great, but you are on your own. The paper making up the bag is new...

Erika Morphy
Amdocs to Embed IBM's DB2, Optim in CRM App
06/19/08 4:00 PM PT | CRM Buyer | 576 Words

Traditionally database managers have approached data storage as a purge task, he noted. "This product set allows users to look up data, report on it, perhaps recycle it back into active mode if need be, or archive it again."

A typical use...

Walaika Haskins
Greenpeace Calls Out Eco-Hazardous Game Consoles
05/20/08 3:01 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 819 Words

Preferably, however, Greenpeace would like to see the console makers institute a purchase , return and recycle program through which the companies would receive old and broken devices, remove anything of value or that could be recycled, and then responsibly dispose of...

Chris Maxcer
Apple Puts Pedal to the Metal With New iMacs
04/28/08 11:31 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 637 Words

Apple is also offering to recycle a customer's old PC or Mac via the Apple Recycling Program.

Of course, every Mac ships with Leopard and new versions of iLife '08, which includes the popular iPhoto and iMovie applications.

For the four...

Walaika Haskins
One Person's Tech Trash Is BuyMyTronics' Treasure
04/25/08 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1020 Words

"I'm paying people to recycle, essentially. I'm actually paying really good money, and the concept sells really well with people," he noted.

The green effect does not stop there. The business is 100 percent wind powered, according to Mosley, and...

Naseem Javed
The Indispensable Domain
04/23/08 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 780 Words

AsSeenOnTv.com was sold for $5.1 million; Altavista.com, $3.3 million; Express.com, $1.8 million; Wallstreet.com, $1 million; Creditcards.com, $2.75 million; Pizza.com for $2.5 million; Cruises.co.uk, $1.2 million; Recycle.co.uk, $300,000; Taste.co.uk, $250,000; Sex.com, $12 million; Porn.com, $9.5 million; Datarecovery.com, $1.7 million; while some names are...

Rob Enderle
Making Progress by Making Peace
03/31/08 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1382 Words

They evidently recycle 93 percent of the mail they receive.

I hate managing paper, and I'm a big supporter of recycling. Since this addresses both needs strongly and will get piles of paper out of my office , it is my product...

Chris Maxcer
White House Admits Recycling Tapes, Hedges on Missing E-Mail
01/18/08 11:56 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1617 Words

"The only circumstance I can imagine where a tech pro might overwrite or recycle a back-up tape would be after the information had been certified as being archived permanently offsite by an organization like Iron Mountain," Charles King, principal analyst for Pund-IT...

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