The phrase eating your own dog food always conjures up some pretty unpleasant images, but that is exactly what BusinessGreen.com will be doing tomorrow afternoon at 3pm GMT with the live broadcast of its inaugural web seminar.
Regular readers will know that we have written plenty of articles advocating the adoption of web and video conferencing systems, and now we are getting down and dirty with the technology ourselves through a live interactive web broadcast entitled Is your IT department ready for the green red tape?
Broadcast in association with IBM, the seminar will feature three exclusive presentations on how upcoming environmental legislation will impact your business, and more specifically your IT department, as well as interactive audience polls and the opportunity to put your questions to our panel of experts.
We've got a great line up of expert speakers in place with Kate Levick from the Carbon Disclosure Project providing an update the new green legislation that will affect UK firms in the coming years; IT analyst Andy Lawrence of the 451 Group explaining how carbon reporting software and more energy efficient systems will be essential to complying with such legislation; and Mick Walker, a green computing consultant with IBM's Systems and Technology Group, outlining some of the existing technologies that can aid green compliance efforts.
Anyone interested in taking part can do so from the comfort of their own desks simply by registering for the broadcast here.
And unlike a face-to-face event if you are busy tomorrow you can always sign up anyway and watch the recorded seminar at a later.
I look forward to (kind of) meeting with you tomorrow and hope you enjoy the show.
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