Herring, Benjamin
May 2009
Infonomics (1942-5910);May/Jun2009, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p30
Trade Publication
The author reflects on the importance of green business. He cites the claims of various organizations regarding their implementation of a green business, and examines how their assertions turned out to be a fake green love (FGL). He outlines the Association for Information and Image Management's (AIIM) Enterprise Content Management (ECM) which will be presented by its president John Mancini to explore the benefits of going green.


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