HPE | Our Company: Setting Bold Targets for Our Company and Leading the IT Sector in Developing Industry Standards

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HPE | Our Company: Setting Bold Targets for Our Company and Leading the IT Sector in Developing Industry Standards

Sustainability is integrated throughout our business, and we address impacts across our global operations and value chain by reducing our environmental footprint and improving the lives of our employees and workers.



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How IoT Could be Sustainability's Secret Ingredient
A new report by the World Economic Forum found that the value of keeping things “within” our economy, rather than letting items pass “through” our economy could unlock a global growth potential of $4.5 trillion and also address the global challenges we’re...
Feb 6, 2019 1:05 PM ET
The Circular Economy: Enabling Sustainability, for Business and Planet
With a finite amount of resources available to us, it’s essential for both individuals and businesses to make a greater commitment to sustainability By addressing the full product lifecycle, companies can help reach the ultimate goal of net-zero environmental impact CSO Chris Wellise explores how looking at the entire product...
Dec 27, 2018 11:50 AM ET
HPE Financial Services Announces Capabilities to Guide Customers Toward Circular Economy
HPE Financial Services announced a new Circular Economy Report that provides IT and sustainability organizations with a tool to quantity and share the energy, material, and landfill savings achieved by returning retired or end-of-use assets to HPE, for processing through HPE Technology Renewal Centers There is an opportunity and imperative to invest in technology that will allow...
Dec 19, 2018 9:45 AM ET
HPE's Approach to the Circular Economy
Designing out waste and maximizing the value of resources throughout the product lifecycle is key to our Circular Economy approach at HPE. Watch on Youtube
Dec 18, 2018 10:40 AM ET
The Circular Economy: HPE Upcycling for the Bottom Line
This year, the amount of worldwide e-waste is expected to be about 50 million tons. The world’s growing demand to gather and compute enormous amounts of data will continue to consume energy and materials at unprecedented rates, so this amount is likely to rise. At HPE, it’s a business imperative to create a Circular Economy that eliminates waste – and saves IT departments money. ...
Dec 10, 2018 1:00 PM ET