Closer to home, Computerworld UK has had a busy week, with the launch of both An Inefficient Truth, which spells out the findings from a major survey of UK IT users' environmental credentials, and of our new Open Source Zone.
Make sure you check out the video of the green launch on our home page - and you can also download the report.
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Charity calls for rapid and profound change
But satisfaction with the software has increased, survey finds
Only individual departments are keeping count
Less than £50,000 to protect privacy of 25 million
Firms will pay for technology they don't use
Reckons Web 2.0-look will make it more popular
Half have not integrated at all three months in deal
What will happen to nearly £2bn of outsourcing deals?
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