Cisco unveils first Environmental Sustainability Specialisation in North of England

Cisco has awarded its Environmental Sustainability Specialisation to Forfusion, based in Newcastle Upon Tyne. Forfusion is the first Cisco supplier in the North of England to receive the accolade to date.

Created by Cisco earlier this year, this latest specialisation rewards partners for supporting Cisco’s sustainability pledge and participating in the organisation’s global initiative to responsibly repurpose or recycle end-of-use products.

Gavin Young, Cisco Partner Account Manager said, “team Forfusion has achieved the Cisco Environmental Sustainability Specialisation, demonstrating a commitment to drive positive environmental change, and creating an inclusive future.

“This is deserving recognition that Forfusion is not only dedicated to technological advancement such as SD-WAN connectivity, but it also has a strong moral and environmental compass too.”

The Environmental Sustainability Specialisation equips Cisco partners with the information needed to educate its customers on the benefits of migrating to cloud-enabled solutions while updating older technologies. It also highlights the impact Cisco users can have on the environment by participating in the circular economy. With the specialisation and Takeback Incentive, partners will be rewarded for helping customers migrate to the most up-to-date technologies and responsibly dispose of the used hardware enabling them to achieve their sustainability targets.           

Steven Forrest, CEO, Forfusion added, “we are incredibly proud and grateful to have been awarded the Cisco Environmental Sustainability Specialisation. This knowledge aligns with our company core values entirely and is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our team.

“We always strive to deliver, not just the best for our customers, but to achieve impeccable results with respectful regard for the environment and the communities around us.”

Forfusion delivers mission-critical and lifesaving services for large-scale organisations such as NHS Trusts and central government. Forfusion is committed to ensuring businesses have the most reliable, secure, and eco-friendly connection possible, to support their journey to the cloud. Forfusion’s services include switching customers from traditional MPLS networks to SD-WAN technology, to ensure robust site-to-site connectivity, and provide access to on-ramp services from AWS and Microsoft 365 via Express Route.

More News
9 hours ago
Ancoris and Milk & More join forces to accelerate cloud migration
Milk & More has teamed up with Ancoris, a Google Cloud service provider to migrate the company’s IT infrastructure to Google Cloud. By partnering with a like-minded organisation, Milk & More can continue its sustainable efforts, and as a result, fulfil its mission of delivering a positive impact on local communities.
10 hours ago
Lexmark recognised as a sustainability leader
Lexmark has been named a leader in the 2022 Sustainability Vendor Landscape report by global print and market insight research firm, Quocirca.
1 day ago
Survey finds only 13% network engineers involved in digital transformation decis
New research from Opengear has found that, while 90 per cent of CIOs say they are involved in decision-making for their organisations’ digital transformation efforts, only 17 per cent of those CIOs report that network managers are similarly involved, and only 13 per cent indicate that network engineers play a role.
1 day ago
TelcoSwitch joins global routing security initiative, MANRS
TelcoSwitch, a provider of unified communications and compliance solutions, has joined the global initiative, MANRS (Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security).
1 day ago
PaperCut launches Forest Positive printing program
PaperCut has joined the Forest Positive movement with the launch of its new sustainability and tree-planting program, PaperCut Grows. With PaperCut Grows, print users transform their essential hardcopy documents into a Forest Positive force for ecological renewal. This new tool makes it easier for businesses to actively combat climate change by more than replacing the trees used by their printing.
2 days ago
WeBuyAnyPhone.com gifts £10,000 of mobile phones to Ukraine
Volunteers supporting rescue work in Ukraine have taken delivery of £10,000 worth of mobile phones donated by tech recycling specialist WeBuyAnyPhone.com.
2 days ago
Henlow Academy goes interactive with Avocor
Henlow Academy in Bedfordshire caters to over 700 pupils in years 5 to 9 and within the first cluster that are changing from a middle to a secondary school as the region transitions from a three to a two-tier education system. As part of this development, the school is currently undergoing a major new build and refurbishment programme overseen by PCMS Design, an architectural and project management practice based in Buckinghamshire.
6 days ago
Siemens to showcase technologies accelerating decarbonisation of buildings
At Mostra Convegno Expocomfort (MCE) trade show, Siemens Smart Infrastructure will present a renewed portfolio designed to accelerate the decarbonisation of commercial, industrial, and residential buildings.
6 days ago
Study reveals how much product reviews impact what we buy
A new survey commissioned by the international fintech and payment service provider, WorldFirst reveals exactly how much product reviews influence customer decisions to buy products in the UK.
6 days ago
Pilot FriXion advert hits TV and cinema
The Pilot Pen Company will be rolling out a new TV advert this June for the FriXion range of erasable pens.

Login / Sign up