Citrix on Sustainability – What the future holds

Written by Citrix on 26 May 2020 in Sponsored Article
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In our final series Citrix on Sustainability, watch as Northern Europe Area Vice President Michelle Senecal de Fonseca joins Fred Dahlman, Associate Professor of Strategy and Sustainability at the University of Warwick Business School, Jarvis Smith, Media Owner, My Green Pod and Jeppe Juel, Managing Consultant Director, NNIT to discuss what the future holds.

A new report by Citrix reviews the results of a survey of more than 500 organisations, to build a picture of their priorities, policies, and potential for more sustainable IT. Click here to download For sense and sustainability: IT and sustainability in the public sector

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