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ESG in Tech

 


ESG is one of the most critical issues of our time, having a transformative effect on industries and societies. The fulfillment of many ESG mandates can only be accomplished through continued digital transformation and IT innovation. From sustainable energy in datacenters, to robust IoT cybersecurity, to advances in digital workplace efficiency, the challenges and opportunities before the tech sector are diverse and complex. Digging deep into the multiple intersections of Technology and ESG, S&P Global Market Intelligence helps clients understand the Technology sector’s role in supporting the global shift to a more sustainable and equitable society.


451 Research Datacenter Knowledgebase

Using the 451 Research Datacenter KnowledgeBase dataset, now available via Xpressfeed™ and Snowflake, you can assess market and region energy current and future demand from datacenters.

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Could Sustainability Grow the Edge: Considerations on Datacenter Placement

The physical location of IT and Energy infrastructure has never been more important than it is today. The evolution of cloud services, 5G, & IoT devices have brought this need to the forefront, but the increased attention on sustainability, by both consumers and corporations, is changing the discussion. Decisions surrounding infrastructure proximity placement, like edge computing and corporate relationships will be critical to monitor not just today, but in the decades to come.

On this webinar, we discussed the site selection and sustainability challenges power plant, datacenter, and renewable energy stakeholders experience and how they can address them.

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ESG and Technology: Impacts and Implications

How to effectively treat environmental, social and governance issues, collectively known as ‘ESG,’ is shaping up to be one of the most significant agendas of our time. Major commitments are being made in company boardrooms, but the ESG mandate is challenging for many companies to embrace. As businesses organize around their ESG commitments, they will increasingly want to know not just that their suppliers themselves take sustainability issues seriously, but that the technologies and services they procure can directly support their own strategies.

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Women in Technology Study

Job satisfaction is high among U.S. women working in technology, but work remains to improve gender diversity and root out unhealthy aspects of company culture, according to results of a new study focusing on women in the technology industry from S&P Global Market Intelligence.

Conducted by S&P Global Market Intelligence in collaboration with the California Technology Council and WE Global Studios, the study titled, Women in Technology: Key strategies to retain and attract diverse talent, investigates key drivers of career satisfaction and dissatisfaction for women working in technology and helps companies identify strategies for creating more inclusive and productive cultures. The study is based on a fourth-quarter 2021 survey of 626 U.S.-based women working in technology-focused roles across various sectors.

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