Thinspace, provider of Cloud Client devices and software, is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Tayo Adebowale as an Advisor.
Thinspace, the UK based cloud client technology leader, is calling for organisations to replace their costly and carbon heavy desktop PCs for better alternatives.
Dr Adebowale, Director of Cirkadia, former Forestry Commissioner, and the first female chair of the Chartered Institution of Water & Environmental Management's (CIWEM), North Western and North Wales branch, is an environmental scientist and runs her own consultancy. Her career has spanned academia, research and private-sector consultancy.
Thinspace’s CEO, Lisa Layzell said “We are delighted to have Dr Adebowale on board. As an organisation actively developing and promoting low cost low carbon technologies, we still have a lot to learn about the environment. Dr Adebowale’s expertise and experience will add to our strengths and help more organisations reduce their carbon footprint, as well as help improve our own green credentials.”
Dr Adebowale said, I’m really excited to be working with Thinspace, its great that an organisation like Thinspace, takes reducing its own footprint and that of its clients so seriously.
Thinspace (thinspace.co.uk) is a specialist provider of Cloud Client technology. Its offerings include hardware (Cloud clients), software (management software, PC converter, remote healthcare, asset management) and services including Desktop as a Service.
Thinspace’s market-leading, customisable Cloud Client solutions can help cut an organisation’s IT operational cost by 60% and reduce desktop energy consumption by 90%. These solutions are also low carbon, highly secure, and can significantly simplify IT management tasks via enterprise level remote management software.
Thinspace's customers include DWP, BAA, Solihull MBC, Warrington MBC, Liverpool University, NWDA, Silent Night, Premier Foods, Prudential Property, 20:20 Mobile, Lancaster University, Kings College London, Security Industry Authority, Private Health Partnership, Village Housing, Greenfield Housing Association... to name but a few.