Do you want to include environmental and social responsibility aspects in your upcoming procurement of servers, data storage or network equipment? Join our efforts to drive availability of more sustainable, certified products in these product categories. We received a lot of questions regarding the market availability of data center products certified according to TCO Certified
At the SPLC virtual Summit 2020 we will present best practice findings on supply chain responsibility and circular procurement connected to IT products.
Beginning September 4, brands are able to apply for product certification in accordance with TCO Certified, generation 8. Get a first look at how this generation addresses issues such as circularity, supply chain transparency and responsibility.
The ongoing sustainability debate engages stakeholders from all over the world. At TCO Development, we continue to commit to driving a more sustainable future for IT products by actively participating in the global discussion
Two and a half billion people use smartphones daily. Did you know that smartphones are connected to conflicts and violence because of minerals such as tin, tantalum, tungsten and gold? These minerals are often called conflict minerals since they are mined in conflict-affected areas where human rights abuses are common.
2.5 billion people are smartphone users today. Still, smartphones are lagging behind computers in terms of sustainability. Why, and how can this be addressed? Join us on March 21 for a learning webinar where we’ll discuss the current status of sustainability for smartphones. We will cover social and environmental sustainability issues throughout the product life cycle.
Webinar on-demand: Closing the gap – the role of purchasers in driving a more socially responsible IT supply chain
Listen to our first webinar of the year where we discussed our supply chain responsibility findings from 2017 and what they mean for you as an IT purchaser.
Announcing TCO Certified portal, a new certification handling system under development for our test and verification partners.
We have seen some inconsistencies in acoustic noise measurements for TCO Certified Notebooks 5.0, TCO Certified All-in-one PCs 4.0 and TCO Certified Desktops 5.0.
We encourage you to use the TCO Certified brand in your communications related to certified products.