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HP announces streamlined partner programme
The new programme with comprise of two tracks, Synergy and Power, and focus on three pillars, Performance, Capabilities and Collaboration.
Ricoh interactive hub brings collaboration to NGO
Latrobe Valley Enterprises (LVE) is a not-for-profit organisation with a network of businesses providing employment for people with disabilities.
Seagate opens patents to help fight COVID-19
The company’s data storage innovations are now available as part of the Open COVID Pledge and ongoing efforts to combat COVID-19 around the world.
How Epson makes CSR more than a buzzword
After being named in the FTSE4Good Index yet again, the company has outlined how it makes social responsibility a core tenant of its vision.
TwilioQuest! Defeat Legacy Systems and… plant a tree?
Dicker Data donates $100k to help native animals during bushfires
The donation will go to the Australian Wildlife Conservancy, a non-profit that runs programmes to help the local fauna flourish.
TechnologyOne donates $620K, delivering on Pledge 1%
The figure represents the largest-ever charitable contribution by the TechnologyOne Foundation.
Dicker Data goes above and beyond for new parents
Dicker Data recognises staff with implementation of new paid parental leave and salary continuance policies.
TechOne bringing solar lights to students in need
The company is partnering with charity SolarBuddy to bring solar-powered lights to children in energy poverty to alleviate study stress after dark.
HPE donates refurbished equipment to Tonga via non-profit Heilala
Following HPE’s Sydney office refurbishment, the company donated workstations and furniture to organisations in Tonga through non-profit Heliala.
DXC Tech’s new practice for advancing social programmes
Areas of focus include neurodiversity, veterans, disability, indigenous employment and climate change.
TechOne donates over $260k to alleviate youth poverty
TechnologyOne has donated more than a quarter of a million dollars to its charity partners to benefit youth development across Australian communities.
Tech Data team roll up sleeves for Leukaemia Foundation
Volunteer day held at the Leukaemia Foundation’s Westmead Patient Accommodation Complex in Sydney.
Canon Oceania offering $30k for 12th environmental grants programme
Schools and not-for-profits encouraged to apply for up to $30,000 in cash and products to further their environmental causes.
SAP Launches Autism at Work programme in New Zealand
SAP is bringing their global initiative to provide those on the autism spectrum with qualified employment in the company to New Zealand.
Rescue Run 2018 - Have you got what it takes to save a life?
This year Youthline joins the line-up of life-saving organisations that you can support by joining the 2018 Rescue Run.
Kiwi business called to rally and run for our youths' lives
“How is it possible that a such a beautiful country... has the worst rate of youth suicide in the developed world?” asks Cisco’s Dave Wilson.
Microsoft preparing displaced Aussies for future in tech
Microsoft has partnered with the government to provide digital skills to workers whose roles were displaced by automotive manufacturing plant closure.
Konica Minolta's human rights efforts win Anti-Slavery Australia Freedom Award
The Freedom Awards raise awareness of all forms of slavery and human trafficking.
Vodafone accelerator supporting solutions making a difference for vulnerable youth
Five community organisations from around the country have been selected for the Vodafone Foundation’s inaugural Change Accelerator programme.
Samsung completes CSR agreement
South Korean firm completes transfer of handset connectivity and location development operations and technology from CSR.