Future Sight with Capgemini Invent

IT systems contribute a large portion of the emissions that make up a businesses carbon footprint, but what can be done to reduce its environmental impact, and how can you make your IT systems greener?

Show Notes

For many businesses, IT systems may not seem like a big sustainability issue but this area of business is among the biggest contributors to an organisations carbon footprint. So what are market leaders doing to build a more sustainable IT ecosystem, and how can having dedicated leadership roles change your business for the better? 

In this episode of Future Sight, host Liz Lugnier speaks to Laurence Jumeaux, Vice-President Business Technology, Capgemini, Caroline Vateau, Sustainable IT Director, Capgemini Invent, and Maxime Wyka, Managing Consultant, Capgemini Invent

This week's guest:

Laurence Jumeaux
Vice-President Business Technology, Capgemini
Laurence Jumeaux leads Capgemini Invent’s Sustainable IT offer, a central part of Capgemini’s broader sustainability portfolio. With more than 20 years’ experience in IT Transformation, which in recent years focused on sustainability, Laurence supports her clients’ organization and technology transformations.
Caroline Vateau
Sustainable IT Director, Capgemini Invent
Caroline Vateau is one of the national experts on sustainable IT (Green IT), she has been working for fifteen years to measure (life cycle analysis method) and reduce (ecodesign) the environmental impacts of digital technology (CIO, equipment, infrastructure, cloud, data center, services, etc.). Passionate about the alignment of ecological and digital transitions, she has published several white papers as part of her activities within the ecosystem (Green IT Alliance, France datacenter, Eurocloud, etc.).

Maxime Wyka
Managing Consultant, Capgemini Invent

Maxime is a member of the Capgemini Sustainable IT team. He leads global operations within the Capgemini Group Sustainability portfolio team. He acquired expertise and deep knowledge in the sustainable IT field after several projects conducted for global clients within various industries, mainly focused on lifecycle assessments of IT footprint and definition of sustainable IT strategies. 

You can listen back to some our previous Future Sight episodes on Sustainability below:
Tackling Food Waste https://www.capgemini.com/insights/research-library/tackling-food-waste/

This episode was hosted by Liz Lugnier and produced by Thomas O’Mahony.
This podcast is brought to you by Capgemini Invent. You can find out more about them at https://www.capgemini.com/service/invent/ and follow them on Twitter https://twitter.com/CapgeminiInvent.

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