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With August recess putting a halt on congressional action on an immigration reform that would provide the pathway to citizenship for an estimated 11 million undocumented workers, various leading organizations — including the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) and Fwd.us, a reform advocacy group for the tech industry, have released advertising campaigns that urge for bipartisan support of the legislation.
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Social network, media and marketing

In the latest Expert’s Corner, Michael Keating sheds light on how manufacturers can deliver their marketing message via social media, and the specific digital tools and strategies manufacturers are employing to boost their business. Read more


3/19

Facebook may be seen as a personal networking site for sharing updates with friends, but it is also a valuable recruiting tool for staffing professionals looking to place candidates. A new survey reveals that the benefits of such social media sites are growing for recruiters, with more using the web to search and place employees in 2013 than in previous years. Read more


4/10

The Green ButtonIn two recent news releases, the U.S. White House announced that 15 major electrical utilities will be supporting the federal government’s “Green Button” initiative. The 15 utilities together will make energy usage data available by download for an estimated 27 million U.S. households. Read more


11/21

Energy management offers obvious benefits to businesses and organizations, but retail electricity consumers seem harder to engage, even with smart-metering technologies and peak-load pricing incentives penetrating the market. Read more


8/17

Second only to cloud computing, “green data centers” are a hot topic in the tech industry. A data center is a physical location for the storage, management, and dissemination of data. In a green data center, those processes – mechanical, lighting, electrical and computer systems and the cooling equipment used to keep them running, are designed for the greatest possible energy efficiency and minimum environmental impact. It’s certainly a real and not imagined issue – the IT industry is currently responsible for about two percent of the world’s carbon emissions. Read more


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