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After announcing back in January that it plans to move to 100 percent renewable energy by 2021, today T-Mobile revealed that two notable groups have recognized its efforts to go green. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has added T-Mobile to its Green Power Partnership. This is a list of organizations that highlights companies working to support the development of new renewable generation capacity nationwide and helping to protect the environment. T-Mo is the … [read full article]
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Quick update for our enterprise users: Sony Mobile has five Xperia smartphones approved under the new “Android Enterprise Recommended program” – an initiative that helps businesses select, deploy and manage the Android devices and services best suited to meet their needs.
Through rigorous Google testing, Xperia XZ1, Xperia XZ1 Compact, Xperia XZ Premium, Xperia XA2 and Xperia XA2 Ultra, have been validated for business usage, with ‘enterprise grade’ security standards and platforms designed for the current and future mobile workforce.
“Android Enterprise Recommended” gives businesses confidence by curating a selection of devices and services that meet enterprise requirements, all validated by Google. The program ensures a consistent deployment of Android with centralised device management and regular updates.
Find out more about how Xperia devices could benefit your business here.
*Android is a trademark of Google Inc
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The idea that knowledge plays an important role in economy is not a new one. Modern economists, in their search for the foundations of economic growth, have come to approach knowledge as having more direct functions in production. Global economies recognize this, turning their attentions in the past two decades to the so-called “knowledge-based economy”, emphasizing the production, distribution, and use of knowledge. OECD estimates that even before the 21st century, knowledge-intensive sectors such as education, communications and information accounted for more than half of major OECD economies’ GDP. Countries emerging from the global financial crisis, such as the UK,…
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