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Cisco’s sustainability report offers proof points for green tech

November 16, 2010 No Comments

If there is one company you would expect to have a lot to say about the potential green impact of collaboration and networking technology on corporate sustainability goals, it is Cisco.

So, I suppose I’m not surprised that so much space is given to this topic in the press materials for its new 2010 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report released this week. It is a classic case of a company eating its own dogfood. In this case, that dogfood comes in the form of the TelePresence videoconferencing technology and WebEx and MeetingPlace virtual meeting services.

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