Fourth Industrial Revolution

Embracing technology as a service will fuel the circular economy. Here's how.

From light to washing machines, technology to air, companies globally are embracing an overhaul of their design and development processes to offer as-a-service. Image: REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke

Paul Sheeran

Managing Director, Worldwide Channel & SMB, Hewlett Packard Enterprise

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Image: Bridging Digital and Environmental Goals, WEF, 2021

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