Monthly Archives: June 2012
Imagine having an office without huge filing cabinets, being able to find any document with a few clicks as opposed to the hassle of looking through huge piles to locate the right one. It sounds incredibly simple, doesn’t it? But are we ready to have a paperless office? Are we ready to digitise all of our documents and not have any paper documents for official business?
In this article, guest blogger, Nathan Morgan discusses the advantages and disadvantages of a paperless office. (image: FreeDigitalPhotos.net)
Nowadays many companies have taken the initiative to measure and manage their carbon footprint. For larger organisations, measuring their carbon footprint forms part of their corporate social responsibility.
Equally, smaller organisations are starting to measure their carbon footprints with the view to reducing it. This article, carbon footprint – how to reduce it, sets out some practical steps that an organisation can take to minimise and mitigate their emissions. (image: Freedigitalphotos.net)
Though the principles of Voltage Optimization have been understood for many years, there has been a growing realisation that the basic Voltage Optimization “step down” transformer systems just do not offer the continuity of supply or the most effective way for companies to maximise their electricity savings. Especially from a business continuity perspective, step down transformer solutions add risk into the operational and functionality process of many buildings. (image attribution: FreeDigitalPhotos.net)