Thomas Corvaisier (Greenspector), Frédéric Croisson (Deloitte), Karen Robinson (Save@Work)
The 4th ICTFOOTPRINT free webinar has crucial information on ICT Calculation tools and Sustainable ICT insights on energy savings, on 23rd February 2017, 15:00 CET.
Thomas Corvaisier (CEO of GREENSPECTOR) will introduce the concept of software eco-design, and tell us how it may help lowering the consumption of IT resources while preserving performance and user experience.
Frédéric Croisson, from Deloitte Sustainability, will showcase the ICTFOOTPRINT.eu Self-Assessment Tool for Services (SAT-S), a useful, quick and easy-to-use tool that calculates the carbon footprint of your ICT services. The tool helps users not only to make informed decisions about how to make an ICT service sustainable, but also discover the impact of ICT devices & activities in terms of Green House Gas emissions and primary energy consumption. (SAT-S will be launched very soon).
Karen Robinson will share some sustainable ICT practices and introduce the save@work initiative, which encourages public sector employee’s to come together in teams to reduce the energy consumption of their building by making small changes to their everyday energy consuming behaviours. Adding an element of competition to the project has been a significant driver in encouraging teams to really examine and challenge those unconscious energy consuming behaviours. The scale of working in a large office has also highlighted those practices that on their own seem to make almost insignificant savings but when applied across an office of over 300 people, have a very different impact.
The webinar will be moderated by Silvana Muscella, Project Coordinator of ICTFOOTPRINT.eu and CEO of Trust-IT Services. Silvana has a broad experience in ICT sector, focusing on high-level strategy building, the delivery of multichannel platforms, business acquisition & development & strategic marketing for international clients.